We continue with Florence Williams’ Heartbreak book, plus twinsights on naked photos and racist skulls.
Loneliness is bad – just ask your body. But all is not lost: there are Ministries of Loneliness, Men’s Sheds, EMDRs, and of course kayaking!
And guess what, after this episode we are HALF WAY through the book!
Plus, the meditative RAT : www.remote-associates-test.com
A twinsight about Vera’s cat allergies preludes the next three chapters of HEARTBREAK, covering pair-bonding prairie voles, more head-harem bullshit, and complicated grief. Speaking of, Bibi tells a sad story.
Bibi tells a diverting story, Vera accepts a helping knee, and Florence Williams loses her Ennis match in the next installment of HEARTBREAK.
We did it! We reviewed an actual DATING-TYPE BOOK!!! Please enjoy our take on chapters 1-3 of Florence Williams’s kayaklicious-tome.
And also: Krampii!
Read more about the “rickety bridge experiment” (aka “misattribution of arousal”) here.
This podcast about books and dating makes it’s long-awaited return to books and dating! Vera shares her insight into Brigid Brophy’s 1964 masterpiece of fiction about Mozart, sex, and death. It’s got everything: a lavish 18th century-themed New Years Eve gala, a mysterious masked man make-out, a kick in the balls.
Plus, Barbara continues her thoughts on incels, and Vera talks faux empty nesting.
We conclude our amazing interview with Prix de Beaute, covering THE ETHICAL SLUT, sex parties, clothed-nude modeling, and everything in between!
Real-life alternative-relationship-haver PRIX DE BEAUTE helps us finally grasp THE ETHICAL SLUT, by Dossie Easton and Janet Hardy! Hear part 1 of her fascinating history of sex, romance, heartache, and jealousy as she searched for the perfect balance of partners in life and love.
See more of Prix on Instagram!
The twins explore the work of one Dr. Patricia Allen, including her weekly call-in show on LA Talk Radio (tl;dl? Skip to 32:30!) Trigger warning: this episode contains discussion of sexual assault.
But first, a tribute to their departed friend, artist Albert Cuellar. Please visit his Instagram @ArtSpecter1 to see his work with Tim Burton, Slayer, and much more.