30 minutes | Oct 8th 2020

Queerness and MORE

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Queer once meant gay, but does it still? Sarah Sloane talks gay vs. queer, and how a once-maligned word has taken on expansive new meaning. Matt Griffo sings a spooky-sexy song. Aiden Nicholson discusses the joys and importance of regular STI testing and getting comfy talking to partners about sexual health. Karen shares a sexy poem by Nobel Prize winner Louise Glück.Sarah Sloane of #open, the dating app for ethically non-monogamous people and their partners, joins What’s Up with That? to discuss the terms “gay,” “queer,” and beyondMatt Griffo sings “Monster Party in My Pants” from his new Halloween album, “Songs for Monsters”Karen interviews Advanced Practice Nurse and midwife Aiden Nicholson about learning to talk comfortably with partners about STI status, and the importance (and fun!) of getting tested regularly. Recorded live at our May 2019 show.Sermon on the Pubic Mound: Karen shares Louise Glück’s poem “The Encounter”Links:#open Howard Brown Health in ChicagoPoet Louise GlückMatt Griffo’s “Songs for Monsters”Support Wild & Sublime with a one-time donation!Hear a bonus song by Matt Griffo when you become a monthly Wild & Sublime supporter at any level! Here’s howWhat’s true in sex is true in podcasting: feedback makes us better! Leave a rating or review on your podcast app and let us know how you like it.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
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