Me and Seska Lee on Audio Smut

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Audio Smut is a very cool radio show produced by a feminist collective in Montreal. It is part of a weekly radio series called Hersay and is broadcast on CKUT, from McGill University. Tonight I was interviewed by Seska Lee, one of the Audio Smut collective, about Sex in the Public Square and about the forum we had last week.

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If you like what they're up to you can see their archives here and can subscribe to their podcast too.

Meanwhile, I'm taking off on tomorrow for SXSW Interactive and won't be back until Monday. It's my first SXSW, so if you have any advice leave it in the comments! If I get a chance to do some blogging while I'm in Austin, I will. I'm really looking forward to two sex-related sessions in particular:

The Porn Police: Know the Rules, featuring Lisa Vandever, Tony Comstock, Violet Blue, Joe Swanberg and Alan Levy on Saturda.


Sexual Privacy Online moderated by Violet Blue with Zoe Margolis, Jonathan Moore, Jason Schultz, and John D'addario on Sunday.

There's lots more, but I've been so busy I've barely glanced at the full schedule. I'll do that tonight!

And of course Lux Alptraum of Boinkology and I are leading a Core Conversation called "Pink Ghetto Blasters" where we'll be talking about what it means to call sex-related content "not safe for work" and how to use community building and social networking technology to break down the stigma that keeps sex separate from everthing else.

Sadly all the cooll sex-related Core Conversations are at the same time, so I won't get to participate in Twanna Hines's conversation on sex and intimacy in online relationships or Cory Silverberg's conversation on sexual ethics and interactivity in virtual worlds.

In any case if I can try my hand at some liveblogging -- a brand new thing for me -- I'll do that. I suddenly wish I'd learned how to twitter!