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An Interview With... June Starr - What Sex Positivity Means

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Thank you @JuneStarr for the wonderful answers and to @lydiahardwood for inviting her to this interview.  We all want a freak in the sheets and a lady on the streets.  I don't mind having a little freak on the streets myself.

 

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6 hours ago, lydiahardwood said:

so for most of my young life I hid it.

 

❤️ My people ❤️

 

I grew up in small-town Ontario which was also quite conservative. I can't relate with you saying this is enough as I feel shame had also caused me to do the same.

 

I am stupidly curious, what strain is in that pen??

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I loved this interview. I had the pleasure of meeting @JuneStarr last month and she is so fantastic in so many ways. The world needs more people like her!

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11 hours ago, lydiahardwood said:

Q: Why is sex positivity needed?

A: Because sex and the sexual world are not inherently bad or evil! I think there is a lot of freedom in approaching to the topic of sex from a neutral or positive place. Approaching it from a negative mindset really limits us. I also think sex positivity leads to more radical self acceptance, and acceptance of others who are different from us. 

Great interview as always, and I liked this quote especially. If all are adult, and all participants freely and consciously agree, want the experience, and communication stays open... seems pretty positive. Its nice to re-enforce that. Thanks again!!

 

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Yes for last quote on the interview: "To me these all seem to point to how sex and the sex industry can be used in so many ways to have a positive effect on our lives"

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On 3/1/2021 at 1:03 PM, Kitten said:

 

❤️ My people ❤️

 

I grew up in small-town Ontario which was also quite conservative. I can't relate with you saying this is enough as I feel shame had also caused me to do the same.

 

I am stupidly curious, what strain is in that pen??

It's a sativa strain from General Admission. I think it was Lemon Haze 🙂

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19 hours ago, Ninja83 said:

I loved this interview. I had the pleasure of meeting @JuneStarr last month and she is so fantastic in so many ways. The world needs more people like her!

Awww thank you so much ❤️

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2 hours ago, JuneStarr said:

It's a sativa strain from General Admission. I think it was Lemon Haze 🙂

I am a nerd for Super Lemon Haze although sativas I can't do too much. I love my end because I intend to leave my smoking at night due to that fact.

Some of my favourite strains! Sensi star, MK Ultra. I enjoy 2:1 splits as well particularly Durga Mata or HarleyQuinn 👌

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Enjoyable interview.  I admire your perspectives on this subject and wish they were more common.  Thank you

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Great interview, @JuneStarr! Thanks for doing it! I have to say, I wonder how many folks are dealing with the judgementalism that they experienced in their formative years, and how many never recover from it and go on to harm their own kids with it.

One thing I do have to take issue with, though...

On 3/1/2021 at 11:56 AM, lydiahardwood said:

For the sake of this interview I will try my best to keep my answers brief, but this is a topic I could discuss for days on end.

Nooo! Enough of the brevity! Give us more! :)

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10 hours ago, Phaedrus said:

Great interview, @JuneStarr! Thanks for doing it! I have to say, I wonder how many folks are dealing with the judgementalism that they experienced in their formative years, and how many never recover from it and go on to harm their own kids with it.

One thing I do have to take issue with, though...

Nooo! Enough of the brevity! Give us more! 🙂

Thank you so much! 
 

Hahaha I guess you’ll have to come up with more interview questions then! 

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On 3/1/2021 at 11:05 AM, NotchJohnson said:

Thank you @JuneStarr for the wonderful answers and to @lydiahardwood for inviting her to this interview.  We all want a freak in the sheets and a lady on the streets.  I don't mind having a little freak on the streets myself.

 

Thank you girl..fantastic interview 

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11 hours ago, Phaedrus said:

One thing I do have to take issue with, though...

Nooo! Enough of the brevity! Give us more! :)

 

1 hour ago, JuneStarr said:

Thank you so much! 

Hahaha I guess you’ll have to come up with more interview questions then! 

This interview with @JuneStarr immediately led me to go visit her last night! We celebrated sex positivity and our interview  of each other carried on through the celebrations :)

Thanks so much for both interviews @JuneStarr and also thanks to @lydiahardwood - you'll need to add 'matchmaker' to your linked in skill sets.

 

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