Category: Expand Your Freak

Feminista Jones on the @CombatJack Show (July 2015)

Hey hey hey beloveds I was invited to join Combat Jack and Premium Pete for a great conversation about, well, everything! We discuss Push The Button (and BDSM/Kink), mental health and social work, women in hip-hop music and culture, activism and social justice work, divorce and co-parenting, and of course, sex and sexuality. The response […]

40 Years of Sex-Positive Messages in Hip-Hop Culture (Video)

Here is my workshop on Sex Positive Messages in 40 Years of Hip-Hop Culture. It’s highly interactive and I had a really fun time. It was standing room only, which was pretty awesome. I was honored to be able to present at the Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit this year [youtuber youtube=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbCJY4tjA7Y’]  

Feminista Jones on @ExhaleTV Discussing Sex-Positive Feminism

  I had the honor of being invited to participate in this wonderful show with Issa Rae, Rene Syler, and Erin Jackson (with other guests Tracey Ellis Ross, Sahar Simmons, and Kimberle Crenshaw). It was a wonderful discussion and I’m so glad to bring the message of sex-positive feminism to the entire country. I hope […]

When Did “Vanilla” Become Such a Bad Word?

My name is Feminista Jones and I am Kinky and proud! I realized a few years ago that I could never be completely happy in a “vanilla” relationship and that being “kinky” is a non-negotiable requirement for any union of which I become a part. I use these two terms because they are the most […]

In the World of “Kink”, Is ‘Vanilla” a Slur?

My name is Feminista Jones and I am Kinky and proud! I realized a few years ago that I could never be completely happy in a “vanilla” relationship and that being “kinky” is a non-negotiable requirement for any union of which I become a part. I use these two terms because they are the most […]

“Race Play Ain’t for Everyone” via @EBONYMag #TalkLikeSex

Within the “kink” community, there are subgroups catering to specific interests and fetishes. Within these safe spaces, people can comfortably express their alternative desires among like-minded people who won’t dismiss them as weirdos. While some might seem extreme, they’re mostly innocent and harm no one. Still, some fetishes garner more controversial attention, and “race play” is […]

“Exploring Exhibitionism” @EBONYMag #TalkLikeSex

Sexual exhibitionism and voyeurism are considered paraphilia—or intense experiences of sexual arousal by highly atypical individuals, circumstances and/or situations—according to the American Psychiatric Association. Why atypical? Because these two categories of sexual arousal, when acted upon, can lead to trouble for the perpetrators, or feelings of offense by the subjects. Exhibitionists, people who are aroused by being […]

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