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Fresh update on "jean" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:37 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jean" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"On in New York and around the world. John, thank you very much, sir. There was a deadly bus crash on the New Jersey turnpike last night, authorities say one person was killed and 5 people were seriously injured when a passenger bus from New York to Philadelphia overturned near woodbridge. Sergeant Lawrence peel of the state police. Preliminary information indicates that at approximately 6 53 p.m.. A coach double decker bus overturned and came to rest on the answer to ramp to the service area. Sergeant Peele says the bus also struck a pickup truck. Former president Donald Trump says he will be questioned under oath today in the New York attorney general's long running civil investigation into his real estate dealings. The New York civil investigation involves allegations that Trump's company misstated the value of assets and misled lenders and tax authorities. FBI agents recently searched his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida as part of an unrelated federal probe into whether he took classified records when he left The White House. Trump supporters are reacting to the search, Republican senator Ted Cruz of Texas. This raises serious questions again about the Biden administration politicizing and weaponizing law enforcement. I believe Congress should hold hearings. We should have subpoenas. White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre. The president and The White House learned about this FBI surge from public reports. We learned just like the American public did. Yesterday and we did not have advanced notice. Of this activity. Karine Jean Pierre also urged China to reconsider escalating aggression, meanwhile, China says will end Taiwan military drills and plans regular patrols. Businessman Tim Michaels endorsed by Donald Trump won the GOP primary for Wisconsin governor. Michaels defeated former lieutenant governor Rebecca cleve, who had the backing of former VP, Mike Pence. Michaels would face current democratic governor Tony Evers in the fall. In Connecticut, another Trump endorsed candidate won her GOP primary. We are at levy won the U.S. Senate primary with more than 50% of the vote in a three way race. Levy will face democratic incumbent Richard blumenthal who ran unopposed and district fours GOP primary, Jamie Stevenson, beat Michael Goldstein with more than 60% of the vote for a U.S. House seat. Stevenson will run against democratic incumbent Jim hymes. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries, a Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg John. Michael

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FBI's search of Trump's Florida estate: Why now?

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 17 hrs ago

FBI's search of Trump's Florida estate: Why now?

"Donald Trump's family and backers are ripping the FBI search of Trump's Florida home Eric Trump says it's yet another attack against all the trumps There's no family in American history that has taken more arrows in the back telling Fox News channel's Hannity Democrats have a clear goal They don't want Donald Trump to run and win again in 2024 The trumps accused Democrats of weaponizing the Justice Department GOP senator roger wicker says attorney general Merrick Garland and FBI chief Chris ray must explain why the search happened We deserve answers we deserve the transparency The department's not commenting At The White House We did not have advance note is Spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre said she has no comment about the surge itself This is a criminal investigation that the Department of Justice is independently running Sagar Meghani Washington

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Fresh update on "jean" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:32 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jean" discussed on Morning Edition

"News can fill overwhelming and it's hard to keep track of what's important. So take a listen to consider this a podcast from NPR and WNYC. In about 20 minutes, it brings you all of the essential national and local stories you need to stay informed and get through the day. What's the latest on the pandemic? How is the race for New York governors shaping up? And what is the city doing to address subway safety? Find out on consider this. Listen every weekday at 5, wherever you get podcasts. Kansas voters rejected a measure that would have paved the way for banning abortion in the state. But don't paint the whole place jayhawk blue just yet. We don't like being shamed into doing something or into not doing something. It's, again, comes right down to respect. We're talking about what Kansas does and does not mean for Democrats this fall. I'm Melissa Harris Perry, and that's next time on the takeaway, weekday afternoons at three, on 93.9, FM. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm a Martinez and Culver City California. And I'm Leila fauld in in Washington, D.C.. A lot of Republicans are rallying around Donald Trump as he cries victim after the FBI executed a search warrant at his home in Florida. That includes some who want to run for president in 2024 and maybe hoping Trump doesn't. Someone who is keeping distance from the story is another 2024 contender, Joe Biden. Here's his press secretary, karine Jean Pierre. The president and The White House learned about this FBI surge from public reports. We learned just like the American public did. NPR's congressional correspondent deirdre Walsh is following the political fallout from all of this and joins us now good morning. Good morning. So deirdre, how are Republicans reacting to this? Most are using the same language that former president Trump has been using. He was actually the first person to confirm the raid. He called it dark times and said his home was under siege, the top House Republican Kevin McCarthy has been saying it's intolerable and arguing its weaponization by the Justice Department. You know, while the search by the FBI of a former president's home was unprecedented, many characterizations by Republicans about the process are inaccurate, a judge did sign off on the search warrant. Most Democrats have really been muted saying they don't have any details. We should say this is an ongoing investigation and the Justice Department and the FBI aren't talking or explaining what they were looking for. So the mostly GOP reaction we're hearing to the probe has sort of given an unbalanced message about what's happening. Many Republicans are demanding the DoJ release information, but Trump's lawyers have the warrant and they could release it if they wanted to. Okay, so Trump and other Republicans portraying this as politicized, even though as you say, a federal judge did sign off on this warrant. But let's talk about 2024. Trump announced that this search was happening, will it impact his plans to run for president in 2024? It could. I mean, Trump could decide to move up any official announcement of a run for president. Some of his supporters are already urging him to do that. South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham, a close ally of Trump's said yesterday he spoke to the former president, let's take a listen to what Graham said about their conversation. The one thing I can tell you is that I believed he was going to run before. I'm a stronger in my belief now. Every Republican I've talked to my phone has been lit up, what the hell are these people doing? And many of Trump's potential political rivals like Florida governor Ron DeSantis are rallying around Trump, even Maryland governor Larry Hogan, a Republican who didn't vote for Trump and has been a sharp critic, is calling on the Biden administration to release the documents about the search warrant, but as we said, Trump could release those. Now, duer, this isn't the only investigation that Trump is dealing with right now, right? What else is he facing? Right, there's several others. You know, the House committee investigating January 6th is still interviewing witnesses. There's a federal grand jury who subpoenaed Trump's White House counsel pat cipollone. There's also a probe in Georgia about Trump's efforts there to overturn that state's 2020 election results. And just yesterday on Capitol Hill, the House ways and means committee got the news that a federal court ruled in their favor in their longtime effort to obtain Trump's tax returns. He could still appeal that, but he's dealing with legal pressure on multiple fronts all over on several different topics. It's worth noting recently a colleague of ours covered a conservative gathering before this news broke where she reported about voters showing some reservations about Trump, running again. But we're seeing some signs that this search could be activating his supporters and reshape what they think about another campaign. NPR's deirdre Walsh, thank you so much for your reporting. Thank you. In New Mexico, a man is under arrest in connection with the shootings of four Muslim men. Muhammad Saeed has been charged with killing two of them and is being investigated in connection with the other two. The alleged killer and the victims were all part of the community of the Islamic center of New Mexico in Albuquerque, which held an interfaith prayer event last night. All of us make all of us united make all of us love and go on another. Alice fordham of member station KU and M was there and joins us now. Good morning, Alice. Good morning. So Alice, this is a tough one. The victims and the suspected killer likely preying alongside each other at the same mosque, I know you've been speaking to people at the Islamic center of New Mexico and in the larger community. What are they saying? They're really stunned Layla. So for the last few days we've been hearing from people in the Muslim community in New Mexico who've been really scared that this series of attacks during the last two weeks or so one back in November were a targeted Islamic islamophobic campaign. Hate crimes by someone who hates Muslims. So then to learn that someone was arrested who was from within their community who actually attended this master, this holy place at the Islamic center of New Mexico. It was astonishing. The man arrested and had said he was originally from Afghanistan and the head of the Afghan society of New Mexico, selim ansari spoke at the event. He said he was so sad and shocked that this man was a member of the society that he'd known him personally. He said twice he couldn't believe it. And he thanked people for being there to share this grief with him. Have police said anything about the motive. Definitely nothing concrete at this point. Police are testing firearms. They found to try to establish a connection to the two other killings. The police department said yesterday, it wasn't yet appropriate to call these killings either hate crimes or serial murders. They did say that an interpersonal conflict may have been a factor. There have been rumors that there may have been a sectarian dimension to the killings, and this is very much unconfirmed, but I will say that the president of the Islamic center Ahmad Assad told me yesterday there had been a rumor in the community that the suspect who's from the Sunni branch of Islam was upset that his daughter had married someone from the sheer branch. And as I said that the police were aware of this rumor that he doesn't know if it was a factor in the arrest at all. And just for context, the Islamic center serves a smallish community of a few thousand Muslims, many kinds of Islamic and essa told me that three of the men killed were from the sheer branch of Islam. One was Sydney. Then one more thing was I said also said there had been an incident about two years ago when the suspect was excluded from the center for a period of time after he was accused of slashing the tyres of a car belonging to a family of another one of the victims Muhammad ahmadi at the Islamic center. And what have you heard from the community about where they go from here? So among the people I spoke with yesterday, they did speak about a fear other people from Muslim communities have expressed to me before that when one among them commits a crime, the whole community or even the

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US declares public health emergency over monkeypox outbreak

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 d ago

US declares public health emergency over monkeypox outbreak

"The U.S. has declared a public health emergency to bolster the federal response to the outbreak of monkeypox The Biden administration has faced criticism over monkeypox vaccine availability clinics and major cities such as San Francisco and New York say they haven't received enough of the two shot vaccine to meet demand White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre says We have made more than 1.1 million doses available and shipped more than 600,000 doses monkeypox has already infected more than 6600 Americans We also have ordered 5.5 million additional doses which are helping us get more doses out sooner knowing that more are on the way Symptoms include fever body aches chills fatigue and pimple like bumps on the body I'm Lisa dwyer

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Fresh update on "jean" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jean" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"The fight against its spreading. CBS's Alexander tin reports. The Biden administration says it now thinks it can get as much as 5 times the number of doses out of some 400,000 vials of monkeypox vaccine remaining in the nation's stockpile under a new strategy greenlighted by the FDA to inject smaller doses of the jynneos monkeypox vaccine shallower into the arm. Officials say this could be a game changer, ending other strategies to ration limited supply of the shots, like delaying the second dose. The White House has little to say about the FBI search of Mar-a-Lago press secretary karine Jean Pierre. The president and The White House learned about this FBI surge from public reports. We learned just like the American public did. Yesterday and we did not have advanced notices. Republican congressman Scott Perry of Pennsylvania tells CBS News that the FBI has confiscated his cell phone. The ally of former president Trump says three FBI agents visited him this morning. Albuquerque, New Mexico police, say they have made an arrest in the murders of four Muslim men and charged the suspect with two of the killings. Police chief Harold Medina. Who stepped forward had faith in the department of trusted us and gave us the information needed so that we could follow through and make the rest of the way yesterday. Three of the victims attended the same mosque in Albuquerque. President Biden signs the chips and science act. The president overcame the lingering effects of COVID as he heralded the measure, offering tens of billions of dollars in subsidies to promote domestic manufacturing of semiconductors. Those tiny computer chips. Mister Biden said the chips and science act and the private investment it would spark would create tens of thousands of jobs here in the U.S.. United States leads the world in the industries of the future. The new law is also aimed at ensuring the U.S. is more self sufficient in making chips for cars, smartphones, and consumer electronics. Stephen portnoy CBS News The White House. A setback for some pro golfers who want to compete for both the new Saudi backed golf league and the PGA, CBS Steve futterman. A federal judge ruled against the golfers who are part of the Saudi backed lived golf tour. The three wanted the judge to issue a temporary restraining order, allowing them to also take part in the PGA's upcoming postseason competition. The gophers Taylor gooch Matt Jones and Hudson swafford argued they are free agents and should be allowed to compete where they want to. The PGA has banned golfers who have joined the live tour. This is just the first of what's expected to be many legal battles. Steve futterman CBS News. On Wall Street, the Dow closed down 58 points. This is CBS News. Liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance, so you only pay for what you need. Visit liberty mutual

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Karine Jean-Pierre Celebrates the Slight Drop in Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | Last week

Karine Jean-Pierre Celebrates the Slight Drop in Gas Prices

"We went out of here talking about the recession, the state of the economy. Do you know now 61, according to the experts, 61% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. 61%. Talk about fiddling while Rome burns. Yesterday, Jean Pierre bragging karine Jean Pierre bragging about how Joe Biden is now rescuing the economy. Now, you got to hear this. This is astounding. Gas prices are coming down a little bit. Not a lot. A little bit. Check this out. An update on where we are currently with gas prices. We have now been falling for almost 7 straight weeks. As of this morning, gas prices have dropped 81 cents per gallon since their peak and June, as you'll see from the chart to my left here. That means American families who, with two cars, are saving $80 a month, a drivers can now find gas for three 9 $9 or less around half of all gas stations across the country and average gasoline prices have come below 3.99 in 19 states. Plumes war is still putting pressure on global oil supply, but President Biden is taking historic action to mitigate its impacts it's the same shell game they did with the job they're doing with the jobs numbers. You shut the country down and millions and millions of people don't work and when they rejoin the workforce because the country is finally opened again, you take credit for the job growth.

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Nancy Pelosi Expected to Visit Taiwan

The Trish Regan Show

01:52 min | Last week

Nancy Pelosi Expected to Visit Taiwan

"Over the weekend, of course, you saw a lot of posturing. It seemed that The White House just wasn't really willing for whatever reason to come out and defend that Nancy Pelosi would be going to Taiwan. We're starting to see a shift in all of that right now as allegedly she is preparing for this trip to Taiwan. Nobody's been there since Newt Gingrich and that was one over 25 years ago at a time when things are in a very different place. I would say that tension with China today is far higher, far greater than what we've seen in the past. I also suspect we risk China will use this to try and stoke some of the nationalism it's trying to stoke right now given given that its economy is in shambles. I mean, heck, look at their GDP. I know President Biden keeps saying, hey, you know, we're the best. We're the prettiest girl at the dance without a whole bunch of lookers, my interpretation of what he's saying. He says we're still the best economy in the world. China had been doing fabulously well, right? Growing at such massive rates and that's down to the 2% range, well, they can't really survive. Growing at 2% given that mass population. So in order for Xi to keep his Jean Sequoia with the people, he's going to need something else. If he doesn't have a thriving economy and upward mobility, which I would argue, China, you just simply can not have because you don't have those basic freedoms in a state run environment like that. Even when they say it's capitalist. So he's going to do something to really still excite the people and I suspect there's going to some of the be some of this posturing going on and he'll use this. He'll use Pelosi's arrival in Taiwan.

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Blinken, Russian top diplomat speak about Griner, Whelan

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Blinken, Russian top diplomat speak about Griner, Whelan

"The U.S. and Russia have held their highest level known contacts since before Moscow's Ukraine invasion I spoke with Russian foreign minister Lavrov Secretary of State Antony Blinken says their call centered on efforts to free detained Americans Brittany griner and Paul Whelan I pressed the Kremlin to accept the substantial proposal that we put forth Blinken would not say if he made progress And Russia is not giving any hints either The public push allows the Biden administration to show it's all in on efforts to free the Americans but it also risks undermining its own message of isolating Russia over the invasion The White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says it doesn't I don't see how they are legitimized at all And the entire focus is on getting the Americans home Sagar Meghani Washington

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Karine Jean-Pierre Remains in Denial That We're Not in a Recession

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | Last week

Karine Jean-Pierre Remains in Denial That We're Not in a Recession

"Peter doocy from Fox, of course. Has made it very clear. He's not letting up. So here's the latest example of a little dust up, a little discussion that takes place between doocy and Joe Biden's minister of propaganda, Korean John Pierre. This is a cut number 7, please. So as you talk about plans on the other side, it was this president's plans that contributed to inflation, right? No, it was not. This president's plan if we talk about the American rescue plan, but the president turned the economy back on. There were businesses that were closed. Schools that were closed. It is not the president that has created inflation. There are also outside factors that has led us to where we are today. If things are going so great though, then why is it The White House officials are trying to redefine recession? No, we're not redefining recession. If we all understand the recession to be two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth in a row. And then you have White House officials come up here to say, no, no, no, that's not what a recession is. It's something else. How is that not redefining recession? Because that's not the definition. That is not the definition. My piece said, in 2008, of course, economists have a technical definition, which is of a recession, which is two consecutive quarters of negative growth. I can tell you this. Two consecutive two negative quarters of GDP growth is not the technical definition of a recession. It is not. It is not. Why did he say that? It is not. I can speak to, I can speak to you to what he said yesterday in front of all of you, which is the last thing that you just repeated. There are many factors. There are many factors economic factors and indicators to consider. And I will say that the textbook definition of recession is not, is not too negative quarters of GDP. We have a strong labor market. We have business that's investing.

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Could Gay Actor Rege-Jean Page Be the Next James Bond?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:15 min | Last week

Could Gay Actor Rege-Jean Page Be the Next James Bond?

"So one week after the little Cuban actress Ana de Armas says she doesn't want to see James Bond and be anything but straight and be played by a straight man. Here comes the writing directing team of the Russo brothers, right? Frank and Joey Russo, they've got a different bent on this topic. They would love to see the guy from Bridgerton, Regé-Jean Page played 007. They don't care who these gay at all. In fact, they love it. Apparently his good looks and his charm have convinced them that he'd be the perfect person to replace Daniel Craig. They did an interview on some, I don't know, radio times dot com. And they mention now they can see the actor as the next James Bond. They said, he's fantastic. I mean, he has more charisma in his pinky than most people doing their entire body. So we watch him do anything. I mean, we'd watch him read the phonebook, I had to check to see if they're both gay. Who talks this way. I don't get it. I really don't get it. But then again, I tried to watch Bridgerton, I couldn't leave the TV fast enough. I don't like TV shows or movies with a woman, the women are wearing so much material on their body that you spend more time unbuttoning and untying her dress than you do having sex with her. It's too puritanical those shows. I can't get into them.

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White House Can't Tell You What a Women OR a Recession Is

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | Last week

White House Can't Tell You What a Women OR a Recession Is

"Believe that the masters of the universe, if you will, put that in air quotes. They are cheering for an economic reset. Very similar to the great reset. White House Jean Pierre cut 45 declines to define what a recession is. Let me just be very clear. They can't tell you what a woman is, they can't tell you what a recession is, what can they tell you, exactly? Play cut 45. And what is exactly The White House's definition of a recession. Again, we don't we don't I'm not going to define it from here. I'm just going to leave it to the NBER as we have stated of how they define recession. They have declared it one. I'm just saying that we're just not going to define it. We use the indicators that the NBER, the national bureau of economic research, have used. We've mentioned that a few times. I find this to be so funny. All the bureaucracies lean on one another. So if you went to the NBR, they'd say, oh, no, no, you have to go back to The White House for a definition. You know what that's like? That's like trying to get a passport. Every single government agency you go to tells you have to go to the other government agency. Social security administration says you have to go to the post office. They say you have to go somewhere else. Can I just go to one place to get all this done? No, you need this paper, stand by this person to go to this place. It's a never ending circus of bureaucratic referrals.

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Biden Advisors, Other Democrats in Complete Denial of a Recession

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

Biden Advisors, Other Democrats in Complete Denial of a Recession

"This is so hysterical from Arabian. I got to play this for you. This is a whole bunch of the usual suspects Powell and yelling and deese and Jean Pierre. This is a Montage from graben of Biden advisers, prominent Democrats, the treasury secretary and others. Check this out. All signs are that this is a strong economy and the probability of a recession within the next year is not particularly elevated. It's a strong economy. And nothing about it suggests that it's that it's close to or vulnerable to a recession. I don't expect a recession. No one is predicting every session now. We are not expecting that we are already in the recession. In fact, the guts and the bones of this economy remain strong. These are not the marks of an economy in recession. Right now, we don't see a recession right now. That is not we're not in a recession right now. This is not an economy that's in recession. Not only is a recession not inevitable, but I think that a lot of people are underestimating those strengths and the resilience of the American economy. We have a strong labor market, which you don't normally see in a recession. A recession is broad based weakness in the economy. We're not seeing that now. In your view is a recession in the United States inevitable. No. Typically economists data recession as being at least two quarters of negative growth and other and other factors, which we have not seen at all. The idea that two quarters of negative GDP growth is a technical definition of a recession is wrong. A common definition of recession is too negative quarters of GDP growth. Two quarters of negative growth in a row, that's a recession. Right, and certainly the in terms of the technical definition, it's not a recession, the technical definition considers a much broader spectrum of data points. What is exactly The White House is definition of a recession. Again, we don't we don't I'm not going to define it from here.

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Karine Jean-Pierre Can't Define 'Recession'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:25 min | Last week

Karine Jean-Pierre Can't Define 'Recession'

"Here's Kareem John Pierre She doesn't want to get she does not want to put a hard definition on whatever session is Why Because she's afraid Joe Biden is so bad that they might reach their new definition next Check this out And what is exactly The White House's definition of a recession Again we don't we don't I'm not going to define it from here I'm just going to leave it to the NBR as we have stated of how they define recession They have declared one I'm just saying that we're just not going to define it We use the indicators that the NBR the national bureau of economic research has used We've mentioned that a few times They've been given their marching orders folks They've been given their marching orders to media We don't know whatever session is they know Well what is it I don't know You're going to read the fire We're not going to we're just going to leave it open ended I've seen this trick a thousand times with the left The reason she doesn't want to say let's say she comes out and says well we're going to redefine it It's not too consecutive quarters of a shrinking economy negative growth We're going to define it as three Well what's the problem Then she's on the record If God forbid the next quarter is negative two which is very well could be as confirming that's their new definition of recession You see the left's love affair with subjectivity They never ever want to put a perimeter around the definition of specific things because then they can't change it later to attack you

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Karine Jean-Pierre Can't Define the Word 'Recession'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

Karine Jean-Pierre Can't Define the Word 'Recession'

"Look at the economy. They're battling over what a recession is. They're sitting there arguing about whether we're going to be in a recession when these disastrous numbers come out this week, the fed's going to raise interest rates again. As the interest rates raise, get increased, fewer and fewer people can buy a house. That's how they think they can curb inflation is the slow people down from spending money. That's the essential formula. Listen is CNN's Caitlin Collins and White House press secretary Karen Jean Pierre yesterday in The White House press briefing. And what is exactly The White House's definition of a recession? Again, we don't we don't I'm not going to define it from here. I'm just going to leave it to the NBR as we have stated of how they define recession. Until they have declared a one. I'm just saying that we're just not going to define it. We use the indicators that the NBER, the national bureau of economic research, have used. We've mentioned that a few times. But going to your question about how sometimes it's late. Look, I think what we're not even, I think, what the point that we're trying to make here is that we have a strong labor market, which you don't normally see in a recession. That is very uncommon to see that. When you see an average of 400,000 jobs created per month, when you see an unemployment at 3.6, which is historical, that does not, that does not define a recession. And so that's what we point you to, that's what we're looking at is how the economy is currently in this moment.

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Biden says Trump lacked 'courage to act' during Jan. 6 riot

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden says Trump lacked 'courage to act' during Jan. 6 riot

"Donald Trump returns to Washington today for the first time since leaving office It is getting an earful from his successor about the capitol riot Donald Trump like the courage to act President Biden says as law enforcement officers were assaulted at the capitol Speared sprayed stomped on Brutalized Trump sat in The White House watching on TV While he was doing that brave law enforcement officer subject to the medieval hell It's the clearest link he's made between Trump and the insurrection since the house panel investigation started It comes as Trump returns here to address the America first agenda summit a speech Biden spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says she is not even tracking I don't know what he's coming to talk about Sagar Meghani Washington

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Doctor: Biden's COVID symptoms 'almost completely resolved'

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Doctor: Biden's COVID symptoms 'almost completely resolved'

"His doctor says President Biden's COVID symptoms are almost completely resolved Kevin O'Connor says the president notes only residual nasal congestion and minimal hoarseness in a letter to press secretary karine Jean Pierre O'Connor writes the president's pulse blood pressure and temperature remain absolutely normal and his lungs are clear with no shortness of breath He says the president's finished his fourth full day on an anti viral and it will stay in isolation per CDC recommendations four days after testing positive

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Karine Jean-Pierre: It Doesn't Matter When Biden Contracted COVID From

The Dan Bongino Show

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Karine Jean-Pierre: It Doesn't Matter When Biden Contracted COVID From

"But Korean Jean Pierre said something ridiculous again just she's just not good at this folks I'm sorry this is just not for her It's not Someone asked her a question where he got it And she came up and gave a ridiculous response If you don't know the answer is what I don't know We don't know We're looking into it now the medical staff is looking into it We don't know It's okay to not know What's the answer She goes it doesn't matter No it does matter Because it mattered when Trump got COVID super spreader event White House law and Supreme Court Trump's gonna kill someone Remember all that It mattered then it does matter It's not all about Biden Yes he's the president Yes it's important He doesn't suffer any God forbid a negative outcomes from this But there were other people on the trip it'd be nice to know where he got him Again she always seems to buy instinct default to the wrong answer She's just not good at this She's just not good at this

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Biden tests positive for COVID-19, has 'mild symptoms'

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden tests positive for COVID-19, has 'mild symptoms'

"The White House says President Biden has tested positive for a COVID-19 Spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says the president has very mild symptoms and has started taking packs lovit and antiviral designed to reduce the virus severity She says he will isolate at The White House and keep fully carrying out all his duties The 79 year old president is fully vaccinated and double boosted is positive test this morning came after a negative result Tuesday in between he visited Massachusetts and was overseas last week Sagar Meghani Washington

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Biden to announce climate actions at ex-coal plant in Mass.

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden to announce climate actions at ex-coal plant in Mass.

"Days after a democratic senator scuttled talks on a new environmental package President Biden said to announce his own climate change steps today The president will visit a former coal fired power plant in Massachusetts that shifting to offshore wind manufacturing It's the type of transition to clean energy the president's been seeking but found trouble making reality amid congressional opposition He has been taking decisive action But spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says the next step will not include something activist and democratic lawmakers want I would not plan a announcement this week on national climate emergency Though she says it's still on the table such a declaration would let the president redirect federal resources to boost renewable energy programs

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Biden holds off — for now — on climate emergency declaration

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden holds off — for now — on climate emergency declaration

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting President Biden is holding off on a climate emergency declaration President Joe Biden travels to Massachusetts today to promote his efforts to combat climate change but The White House hopes for those anticipating a climate emergency declaration Everything is on the table is just not going to be this week on that decision At Tuesday's White House briefing spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre said the prospect of issuing a climate emergency in the future is still on the table Pressure on Biden to take action intensified after senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia pulled out of negotiations on climate legislation last week Additionally the focus on climate has heightened amid a searing heat wave that's blasting Europe Mike Gracia Washington

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Partisan lines form over Dem drug price curbs, economic plan

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

Partisan lines form over Dem drug price curbs, economic plan

"President Biden wants Congress to finish an economic package within weeks and the partisan lines are drawn on Capitol Hill It's a far smaller plan than the president wanted after fellow Democrat Joe Manchin nixed including climate change legislation The focus now is on limiting prescription drug prices and extending healthcare subsidies Issues Democrats hope will help them keep congressional control in November We're on the cusp of a big win here White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre is urging the Senate to move fast but GOP leader Mitch McConnell says the Democrats drug pricing proposal would hurt drug makers and patients They want to put socialist price controls between American innovators and new cures for debilitating diseases Democrats hope to pass the bill over likely unanimous GOP opposition in coming weeks Sagar Meghani Washington

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"jean" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

07:49 min | Last month

"jean" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Hello and welcome to the debrief from the business of fashion, where each week we unpack our most popular BOF professional stories with the correspondents who created them. I'm Lauren Sherman. Biof correspondents javi lieber and Kathleen Chen recently reported that the reign of slim stretchy tapered jeans, which have dominated street styles since the mid 2000s is officially over. Last year straight leg jeans accounted for 33% of U.S. women's denim sales compared to 30% for skinny jeans, knocking the form fitting style from the top spot for the first time in at least a decade, according to the market research firm MPD. Today, javi joins me to dissect the decline of the skinny Jean and what it says about where fashion is headed. Hobby is so good to have you. We've been talking about the inevitable decline of the skinny Jean for years. But it seems like it's finally taken place. Yeah, we were pretty careful on how we called the recent data that came out. I think people are very quick to say, the death of the skinny Jean and I don't think that's the case, but the skinny Jean has definitely been dethroned after being the bestselling denim style for like a decade. Yeah, so can you talk a bit about the numbers and what has shifted? Sure. So the MPD group, which is a company that gathers spending data, they discovered a few weeks ago and put out data that the skinny Jean in 2021 was finally dethroned as the bestselling denim. And this past year, 2021, the street gene style, actually now accounts for 33% of what women were buying for denim last year. So I think it's important to note that the data, it doesn't indicate that nobody is buying skinny jeans is actually not the case skinny jeans accounted for 30% Wall Street like jeans or 33%. That might not seem super incremental, but if you consider that in 2018 and 2019, skinny jeans accounted for 41% of the total market share for Jenna, then you can actually compare the two and see that the skinny Jean is in fact into kind. So you refer to this, but this isn't a super drastic change, like in the 1990s when people switched from pig leg denim to low rise boot cut, I remember that change. I was a teenager, so it was a very big deal. And then even in the mid aughts, I feel like around 2005 or 2006, we moved from low rise boot cut to skinny mode and rises got higher and I remember there was just this moment where it felt like wrong to wear a boot cut Jean, but things have changed the world has changed trends are fragmented. What has sort of pushed forward this final tipping point of that the skinny Jean? Maybe you still around, but no longer dominant. Well, I think there are a few reasons why this is happening. I think the most important factor that shoppers are considering now and they're buying clothes is comfort. So we all know that over the last two years, we basically have been living in sweatpants. And now that everybody is coming out into the world and going out, nobody really wants to go back to super form fitting clothes. And that's what the skinny Jean was, right? It was basically just like down on that is like super, super stretchy and attached to your body and was like very, very form fitting. And I think it's also important to note that jeggings, which were a very important part of the skinny Jean genre, they were made from a super stretchy spandex material. And anyone who was going to be wearing jeggings now is basically wearing athletic wear and leggings and like nobody's letting go of their leggings anytime soon. One thing that I thought was really interesting was when I was doing the reporting for this story, I was talking to the president of Pakistan. And I had brought up this idea of comfort and how, you know, just basically everybody that I'm talking to, who's buying clothes, they're all talking about comfort and they want comfortable pants. And she was actually saying that it's actually quite the contrary with some of the more trendy denim styles right now. Straight leg and boot cut and super high rise, the denim is actually not stretchy. It's like super raw. It's really rigid. It's made from denser fabric, so it doesn't stretch. And I think that for the people that are buying these styles, it's actually not about comfort. It's about hitting the trend and the trend that is really big right now. And fashion is to wear wider legged pants. And I think that that shift really speaks to just the change in culture for how people are dressing and basically how in fashion today everybody is looking to concept, you know, big and small when it comes to gender neutrality. So if you're thinking about I guess like when I think of like the skinny Jean, you know, it's like peak 2010s. And it has this like very like, it's almost like a sexy look, right? Like people work with heels and it was like a very, very, just like a very feminine look. And now it's just like it's the complete opposite like shoppers want more baggier clothes and are more interested in gender neutral lines. And this is actually pretty reflective in what a lot of the retailers that I spoke with were seeing. They were saying that for shoppers, they want this like baggier silhouettes to not necessarily be form fitting to be form fitting or hugging their body. And that's also reflective in how they are pairing their denim. So some people are buying wider leg denim and they're wearing it with the ring it with crop tops, but a lot of shoppers, especially Gen Z shoppers, they're wearing their denim with bag your tops or t-shirts or big flu says. It really just speaks to the changing of the times and a house styles are evolving within fashion. Yeah, it's so fascinating. It's all these trends that we've been talking about for the last 6 or 7 years are just coming to a head. It's a mix of athleisure. It's raw denim. It's fashion denim, all just kind of exploded. I'm curious to know from you what's selling where one of the things that you and Kathleen did was break down what was selling at different stores. And then they did have different answers for you. Yeah, so at a company like uniqlo, they are saying that skinny jeans are actually still a top performer. And there were a couple of denim retailers that were saying that they still sell skinny jeans. And then you have someone on the complete opposite end, like the retailer packs on, like a classic mall brand, like teens love packs on. And they react to the complete opposite way, and they actually pulled all their skinny jeans from their stores last year. And the reason was something that people were not buying them. So I'd say those are the two extremes. And then you have companies in the middle. So for example, at abercrombie and Fitch, they're bestselling denim styles like this. It's called the 90s ultra high rise straight leg. And then the 90s high rise relax, and then also a slim street and then same thing at least, same thing at Levi's, same thing at gap. And everybody's calling some of these trendier silhouettes different in different terms a little bit. But more or less, that's like, it's basically like mom jeans. Yeah, like a Levi's 5 O one even. Yeah, exactly. And I think there's also like emphasis on high rise, right? So it's not necessarily like baggy all the way through. It seems like the bestselling styles are street leg and high res. This past weekend I went to cost the H and M owned retailer and I bought a pair of wide leg jeans that are a low rise. They're essentially skater jeans and it was like my 13 year old self would be so jealous of them. But it really is amazing what is available out there right now. So you've established why this is happening and how retailers have responded currently. But what's the opportunity for brands here? What's the.

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"jean" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"jean" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Kind kind of good type of thing and Empathy i hope. Yeah those are good ones. And who should i have on the podcast. It doesn't matter what industry they're from what they do. They are just someone. I would find interesting. Had julie foudy. I have found as the best ship. That's right you did have. I've actually read that did you have you had If you had a socket yet. No but i would love to. So that's gonna. I think that'll be a wrong. Probably gotten hey. Thank you so much for doing this. This is so fantastic. Talk to you. I could've talked to you for hours longer. But great congratulations on your career. So far you're still young very young though Do you have a dream at all like beyond what if you had the one you can have. What would it be. I'm not very good at that. Unfortunately okay well still weren't gonna yeah good working on the dream. It keeps changing. It used to be to have my own Like kind of late night. Tv show kind of thing. But i think it's it's steve. It's getting a lot bigger. Yeah like steve bear. It's getting a lot bigger to two things that involve big picture. Other people change. As i get older i think is a good sign about me more about we like you said yeah. I think the we is really important when people start to think about things and it makes it more fun. Yeah totally more fun than anything for sure. Oh it's just more fun to be with. Well if you love people. I love people so yeah well. Thank you so much for doing this. I know you're busy and appreciate so much time and for setting it up all right. Thanks a lot. they're good to you. The future yeah for sure at a at a red stars angel city game. Yeah right going. That's what she said. Oh yeah one more thing. This is a place for ransom or raves. Or to tell you to read something. Watch something Check some out. Whatever's on my mind and i think it's quite clear what's on my mind. Go read billie. Jean king's book all in it's out now. What a powerhouse. What a force we. Men women nine binary people as she mentioned. She's led all of us and we owe her a debt of gratitude and we all heard the drive and passion to take up her causes and keep the ball moving in the right direction. Eventually she will run out of time. We need to use our limited time to keep pushing and fighting the way she has since she was twelve years old. For the things that matter. Most what acquaint you can always tweet me at sarahspain. If you've got guest suggestions questions or more you should always go to the. I tunes or podcast. App subscribed it. That's what she said. Was sarah spain rated five stars please and give review. Thanks as always lasting about an hour with me. That's what she said..

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"jean" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"jean" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Welcomed. That's what she said. Was sarah spain a podcast about well. Whatever the hell i want. Actors and musicians athletes comedians. Neuroscientist wine experts. If i find somebody interesting. I'm bringing them to you. We'll talk about how they became who they are how they found success. Battled failures and how they ended up here talking to me. I am billie. Jean king in my dilemma is the only time i'm always running out and my voice had a sense of urgency since i was a baby so now it's real i mean real real. I mean it's always felt real but now crazy real being. I mean i'm seventy seven so i'm like ticked off that i'm not twenty.

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"jean" Discussed on Build A Life After Loss Podcast

Build A Life After Loss Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"jean" Discussed on Build A Life After Loss Podcast

"I was just someone there to encourage her to give her the tools to give her the process and then she did the work. And that's the beauty of it. So here's the interview gene. Hello i am so excited to introduce you to a client. Someone who has worked with me. This is jean and she's fabulously allowed me to interview today. So i'm super excited to talk to jean and talk a little bit about where she was. How things have changed and so forth so gene. welcome. Ideally i'm really glad to be talking with you and just to get out there. I must say. I'm super nervous about this. Just gonna take a deep breath. And i appreciate you asking me to share my journey with you. Yeah i think this is going to be so great because when we were meeting just a couple of weeks ago and and you're kind of sharing some of the insights that you've had and i was like oh gene you need to share this with people. People need to hear this so super excited to to welcome you onto the podcast today. So tell tell us a little bit about kind of what things look like before we met like what. What did what things look like for you before we met. So i'm in my mid fifties in a mother and kids are all grown out of the house but I was looking for something. And i was feeling i. Of course appearance are older as well. So i was you know wrestling. How do i fit in this world and and then some things happened Some a my children were talking with me and blaming liquor things. That weren't true and i was looking at myself like will who could it be And then my parents Just seeing their relationship at their age. And i'm looking at my own life. I'm like i'm a be there in thirty years. What is that gonna look like. So before i ever even met you. I was kind of in a state of anxiousness that would be a good war. Just basically anxious all the time and i didn't really think i needed help or counseling. I just disfigured. That's the way it is. You go through life and you hit potholes air or troubles and they just are there in. They're always there. Yeah i remember that. I remember when we first when we first met that anxiousness was very very apparent very parent so we met at a conference..

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"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"You were in the house you were subject to being rate Both men and women were raped on plantations. There were bands of white men. Who would travel from plantations who plantation to find plantations where they were punishing slaves and they wanted them broken so they would join in gang rapes of both men and women on plantations and this was a common practice throughout the united states of america at that time. So when you have these kinds of thoughts that are passed down from generation to generation. You see it It comes in different ways so like after we were on a plantation. And you look at lynchings. What would happen at lynchings. We wouldn't just be home. We would have our testicles. Cut off our penises. Cuddle women would have their breasts cut off. They would be ripped limb from limb or have fetuses cut from within their bodies and it would be a sexual thing they would have hysterectomies performed on them during during lynching so. I think it's very important to see like this. Sexualization is feticide fear of black sexuality. This fear of the black body comes out and all these different ways and if you even fast forward to two now and you look at Maybe i think it was. Maybe twenty twenty years ago now actually but like Abner louima in new york city who was forcibly sodomized by new york. City police officers with the plunger When you look at Different different instances where people have been stripped naked by police officers and then executed. You know so. It still continues to this day and i feel like hip hop kinda pushes certain people's minds in that direction you know depending on if you were a consumer of hip hop who actually never was around black people in our neighborhoods. You then think that that's how all of us are. And that's that perception that's carried on from like people of our generation and now they're in positions of power whether it's police lawyers judges senators congress people president. You know what i'm saying. Yes let importance of representation and variety of our presentation and that's why things like music and porn like all types of media are so important because that's the exposure that people get but both bat and then like they're they're nurture they're raising that will influence the way they think about. Certain people are group's mobile not only is absolutely performance but it's important in the people that own and cream content and yeah when the companies i mean. That's that's the one thing that i think. I really struggled with working at a major label because you had this juxtaposition of the artists that are living the life responsible for themselves. That are trying to find. I think do you get the feedback from the label that trickles through And it comes through this larger system that is like the nuts and bolts of just selling people stories. You know The of that art and trying to reach as many people as possible whether that means putting out the highest quality Of art or not and i think in regards to labels for example You know there are people in our community just as there are people in all communities who have extra curricula activities in order to feed their families a hustle and working and an entire story..

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"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"And what we've experienced being Being a black in america you know And then i started at sex work at the age of eighteen. But most of the sex work that i did just wasn't a out for the public you know i did a cuckolding b-be dsm and a lot of private sex shows and things like that some stuff floating around on the internet. But not as much as now. So i that a lot of people from only hearing a political side of things and wanting to hear that you know what i'm saying like they might not listen on my first mix tape. I said i did on the internet. You know what. I'm saying. Like i let people know because i knew people were going to be like. Hey you be talking this x. y. z. But you're a sex worker so like there's there's automatically this Line people try to draw in the sand that if you're a sex worker you can't speak about politics or if you're for the most part like if you're considered like a political rapper people like to view you as a sexual they just want to be like you know all political rappers are fucking unix or something out here right so i think people are thanks. A lot of people are listening to a large extent an attractive. He's a very handsome hands. Not saying that somewhat is an attractive but people are extra. extra base. Scrutinize it a lot. More in regards to how your views are in what you're interested in in regards to sex. Don't body really Critique like if you're considered like a like a gangsta rap rap was something like that p you'll say some ship that might have people like whoa that's fucked up. Don't say that but everything else you say just like whatever heels arrests about killing killing people you know what i'm saying so nobody really thinks about it but if you talk about politics than people like are a lot more Scrutinizing of things and this has nothing to do with people thinking you're attractive just more about like the. At least. When i was doing things have changed a little bit now but you know like in the twenty tens and teens in shit people were very much like still more boxed thin in in in the early part of the decade on what people talk about sexually so i think that in that sense people are kinda like wow i know about. This guy's life I i know his political beliefs and you know also seen him bussed in nuts on on on the internet for some people that fox with their brain cause some people also from the other side of things who start off finding me through porn. There are people who feel like you know just like i said earlier like you do sex work. You shouldn't have an opinion. So it's kinda like opposites on both sides. But i do actually find that a lot more of my fans who found do porn especially Shmuel fans are people of color are way more accepting of like my political beliefs and shit like that then. My music fans are of my sexuality. So i think that that's been really interesting. Because i think you know in certain ways it's expanding now but you know hip hop has come through many years of being a microcosm of the larger america which is very much based on the male gaze and and mail century can also you know a lot of Toxic masculinity involved in it as well..

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"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"Because i think the end of the day to it's not like when when i hear often from clients to is that they don't trust themselves to be able to show up and do the work and that's like probably the hardest thing to for me to hear because i'm just like i can't help you with that like i can't go into your body and like do it for you again. This like goes back to like the. Why the mindset stuff the so key to like. I can give you all the tools. I can give you like literally their coach life coach. Yeah but even a life coach to can't work for l. Yeah yeah and i feel like there's there's an element of life coaching that seeps. In everything nowadays. You know all about the business side of it in the entrepreneurship side of it. Because you have a very modern taken in your thinking about social media and like the way the people really live in share would influence that for you but what influence that business side and was really like. Oh i see this community of people. This is where i can really help. Yeah i guess. I know i've always kind of been entrepreneurial minded i think about it. I was like a horrible employees. When i have my little like part time jobs in college and stuff so i mean maybe that should have been a sign that like going. The path of like making my own business was going to be more fulfilling for me like i had one office job and i was like absolutely not. Don't wanna do this right. But yeah but i also saw like this really big need to of like one not having a lot of resources that were able to answer the specific questions that i had about being in the sex education field and then my versa to being in spaces that were like what is diversity like what is like what are these things right or even asking a question about like..

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"I just wanna read this very short story. It's very introduction. Nca- this is. This is my tank. I want my words to make. You won't also. I love most in the world is to get you wet or hard or booth just by using my words. I'm sitting here in front of the keys. Feeling that whaling in the pit of my count that small rising that gentle hints of a normal smile on a potential lovers lips as you catch. Their eye crossed the bar. You know the feeling the intake of breath before the gasp that one. I let my fingers room imagining all the ways the latter's could unfurl mine up again twisting tendrils of lust through your eyes. And your ears dying to your hot sex Yes it's that moments. I love the moment. Where simply consuming the words in front of. You suddenly isn't enough and you have to reach dying. Take controlling fuck yourself because in this moment that's all there is to the site checking nunes watching even your your case flicks to the webcam appraisal of paranoia that somebody somewhere might be recording your every move you shift in your seat straining against the fabric of your underwear heat growing building pushing all other thoughts aside until all you can do is reach and find the molten lava if you need fingers sink into your comfort rapper and your cock thrusting pummeling fucking licking. Dick's comes cox. Our souls are all yours to plunder us until at last your peripheral vision is shrinks sliding you into darkness is your eyelids flutter shopped. You hear a sound guttural breathy yours. Yes you're falling in three yourself on a different plane of is divine. You're flying over the precipice and at once all at once. Bang you fall you fall into the sweet oblivion of orgasm you followed gain back into yourself. Ice scrooge shot joe clinched and all the sinews and muscles twitching specimen with the sweet relief of hot hard shuddering climax. He keep your eyes closed a little longer as she on curl yourself unwrought pure soul from your sex and notice the room orion j. sinking back into the place she began you. Notice your body still trembling but satisfied and wrong fists. Unclench legs release had tips. And your back is flicker open getting used to the glue of the screen. My words still thrill calling your name. Beckoning you again into their world. Fuck yes..

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"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"You know like i think it's such a deep deep the Genre to explore. And i am people mock it a for a. I think people think it's shallow as owner of i think it's the deepest sean. The one of the deepest ever. I i believe so. And that's why. I'm such a huge fan of getting really deep into into what it means to be a human because i think that that's just such a rich source of humanity is your how you feel about yourself. How you feel about your sexuality. Are you feel your sensuality It translates into the way you carry yourself into the way you interact with the world. You know it's such a deep seated thing isn't it you're sent you Saint show issue sexual violence that it does have an impact on how you live. Really in a wasabi. So yeah to cut. The man. Thought i i love i love the lizard. You can visibly see how passionate you are about. This which is really which is really exciting. Has exploring those free you in that way reflected in your personal life and the intimacy that you create in your personal connections or or the way that you interpret lovin sexuality or king or anything. You're exploring. Wow that's interesting. I've never been asked that before. I mean that's all i think about it. Most it must. Oh god you've really like hurt my brain. Because i think that i explore my own issues through a law of myra dicara and and like a lot of is love it's thinly disguised. An autobiographical situation A lot of it is pure fantasy in Just going on in my mind that time and how that might be so. I'll i call it. What was that like if any if through your writing in this process and your creative process of any of that reflected in your personal life your sex life or if there's help find yourself our personal growth through this well it sounds like it's a cathartic process of of creating this round things that are you know loosely related. You mean it sounds like you create in a waiver similar to like most artists where it's like you see things in the world around you and you create world where you can really explore on dive into them And i'm just wondering if that type of processing has really worked for you or you know like if that's helped you personally in a way that you have noticed. Yeah i think i'm it. It definitely helps. Yeah i definitely helps me sort of figure my salva quite low of time. But i really. I'm struggling to figure. Do any of like are the things that you write about. Those kind of remained fantasies. And your head and that's the fun of it or do you ever act on anything related robot. Oh i wanna try that. Yeah yeah well. There's certainly like Through a wee of spanky spanky. Pd san writing that you got me wanting to go on trial that that was quite fun. So yeah if there's things that i am writing by It's probably 'cause i am so s- quite interested in that at that time quite often. They'll just remain in the fantasy world. Not that's enough for me especially like you know like the massive group sex end of the world seems for everyone sinoe dying. That of share is not really. Yeah and it's it's more of the fantasy world with me that gets me off because the thing is you've there's no limits atoll like at the moment my fantasy world is full of tentacle porn and dreams of the fisherman's wife and and i'm not gonna go by and i'm always curious about like tentacles. Tentacles are such a common thing for female aerobic. Is i mean everyone but i understood it more when i watched hen tie. I don't know if that is what kind of helps writers get into that too know. There's definitely a thing it's like. I mean hadn't is like the ultimate like fantasy porn and general. Yeah but but it's funny because for the male perspective. It's always problematic you donate. It's like it's like when you find male had died it's like oh that is well who the city this person. That's screaming child leg. This is yeah a like tian introduced me to it. And i kind of like really now. Is there like a type like i think. What is it called foon funari. Or whatever it's where people have bulbous and then penises that come out of the bulbous need no may But yeah i'm just. I really liked that to be a familiar. Yeah they got both of them. It has a specific word. That's like with the f. So so complete themselves and don't need anyone else. Yeah just each other and yeah okay. Yeah it's it's funny the way that you get into these conversations like reflects your friends personality really also lead. Now there's a there's a steve running a theme. You guys commander ruining everything and then we died and we need to be. It's very complicated. And i talk to. You know with with partners is something where even when you're getting into something like just spanking and that kind of thing when you need to lay this on your partner like are they kind of like okay like do are they aware of the fantasy and things that you're reading writing and then they kind of like well i'm not gonna spank you like that like can. Sometimes it's been light. Try that more often than not and they right. So i've talked before but if i'm struggling with story i don't know if it's hot 'cause maybe my was too much in totally in my fantasy roster and it's got like quite a few bits that join its. I will read that much to my partner and we will ask. The comet star thinks the story. We'll tell us assistant success. That's so fun. I think it's also mean thinking about it is like a lot of things in fantasy are fun because they're fantasy and you don't necessarily want to try. I think we assume like oh because you right it. You must wanna do it and like orange. It's fun to like it's like cut. Would i think such a fun way to share fantasy with your party like to because it is this way of like boehner sitting down and just being located this thing that i fantasized about new. Kind of. Get yourself in this heightened state then bouncing off your partner and just having a really clear communication of lying would registers for you. Talked to hannah witten and she was talking about instead of coming out.

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"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"War is it a is it a level of factor a world of fuck the world of a world of fuck a world of fuck. Yeah a world of fuck The god it's so bad at the house. The vernacular nar are high tells everyone doing. Hello typical radio intro stephen. This is slowly The cat our our guest today has been flustered in the most charming. God i love a scottish jaksa. Man i just love i. Just let the un. This is such a charring episode today. Hope everyone is good and finding themselves in they're happy roddick's we have a double-header analysis number two of our dirty writer streak of dirty. I have to say you've been doing a fantastic job of marking the guests into each other. I don't know those reserves. But i'm appreciate how you're doing this like what there's just you putting out energy into the world you're like really scientifically coordinating this but every episode seems to flow on the next in a really unique way that i couldn't quite penalty. This is our second erotic literature. Happy sewed in a row in a row last week last week. Really left me feeling like a dirty talk more of this. It's really interesting. I love like just the two different styles and approaches So different so different. Yeah our guest. This week is tabitha. Rain tabitha is on erotic over. Who's been writing erotic. A lab who has a large body of work which includes her. Do book drenched. Which are kind of shorter. Tantalize labeled the subtitle have drenched is tentatively easing tales to make you glow so fitting for her She also wrote a trilogy. Called the clockwork butterflied trilogy. And she is the inventor of the ruby glow vibrator a writable vibrator a writable vibrator. Sit in your seat and to have grand way. Designed desks chairs really. I mean hell. Yeah ed we get into it. She now of the really cheap. She loves that stuff. Somebody's she yeah. She really does glow when she talks about erotic literature and erotic fiction she loves the community. She loves the the process and she really gets into it this week. Yeah what about what about me. What did you. What did you after last episode did you. Did you leave erotic literature head space like where you were you writing. I think actually like almost like got kicked my butt a little bit. Because i have. I've been writing not necessarily erotica probably more on the lines of like peekaboo than than tabitha For as far as content goes. But i have a lot of short stories chronological short stories that like choppers at feed into each other. And i just haven't touched it for walks so much other shit going on. But it's there and i always wanted to do it and i. I submitted a couple of short stories cheaper. Listenable that Are going to be coming out of written for frolic But i think it's more that i'm like. Oh i wanna get back into that and do that. But i just i don't have the time right now but it's always on the docket and i'm just i keep trying to free up time to get back to it. Are you able to get yourself in in kind of an erotic head space when you do that because that would strike me as being a little out of character for you i mean i kind of right in a similar way tabitha but even when. I'm doing my audio erotica. All i pointed out like plant a scene where i don't know exactly where everything's gonna go. I know a couple moments. I know the feeling i wanna get or get across and i just kind of close my eyes and just picture stuff. Maybe not touch myself. Like a radically. But if i'm telling the listener to like place a hand on their neck. I'm doing that too. Yeah so i'm more. I do go somewhere thing where i'm either going to you know. Make up a scenario where i'm not writing for a particular person or i recount something that just happened And write about things that way to use. But i don't do a lot of like the only imagining i would do is creating a scenario like in my head of things that are happening and it's usually also very vague in a good way Yeah interesting it allows both a listener to create their own thing from it. But then it's also just 'cause. I'm so specific. I don't even know what i necessarily want it so i just keep it. Keep certain things you specificity where it's needed. I have such a hard time with writing bike. And i really get myself into a rut. And it's funny after our episode. Last week i realized that. I'm kind of in a rut with thirty talk. Like like have my go to's and they're fine. My relationship is going on and going on and going on and you get to the place of like i feel like a fucking set everything It's interesting because this we. I mean what this week kind of this week's conversation kind of a amok for me was like maybe if i could find space to like actually write things out and actually create fantasy and actually but because i'm kind of doing it from a switch. He plays of pleasing another person. It's always rooted in like rate. I always to me. I think i really need to to me is so there was something i did all own to this. There was something. I did a couple of months back. I think i put out on the podcast. I was like if anyone's audio porn for me. Ha ha ha. That would be really funny. Someone responding someone. Did someone actually responded. And they were like they're like hey i'm a fan. I found your podcast. I think is very sexy. And i'm like really and we had a skype conversation and then cova guy whereas george floyd habit everything the world and i just let it dry i was so i mean i've been so fucking depressed like the thought of recording erotica like audio erotica is like. Here's the world's very like i've really been having a rough rough time with that something that this conversation on lock was like okay. Maybe i need to present this differently and like actually think about storytelling. Because where. I've tried to do what you're doing where it's like. Oh i'm feeling this. I'm thinking about that. That's not everyone is neither do that. Various percent on. Everyone has the improv chops. So like maybe it's more about one of the things. Tabitha does a reading at the end of this and i really love the way that she performed. I mean you can just tell that. She's like pro and been doing this. Been to a lot of read that one before tune is still gives me chills. Yeah like i just think that maybe for me that that kind of structure and being willing to bet kind of time is something that could be more helpful in that situation. I'll send you the class that we did on. Diy audio rata because there is three of us and we all had different levels of structure that we went into it. I'm the most loosey-goosey sausage kind of in the middle. And then dan who's gonna roddick. Poet has way more structure. And what is this class. Where can people find it. Because if i fuck no no is Lola jean dot com backlash store So that's where i've been putting recordings of the classes that i've been doing and a good five or six of them are free or pay what you can right now to including that one could jesus. I didn't know that you're doing that. I have to like. I've been a little checked out. I haven't been announcing it that much. I've just been quietly doing it. Promote your shit i do like. It's always so much shit i mean. Do your email us. I get it. But i have a lot of a more expensive paycheck coming out to that stuff. I think announcing. I'm like it's free. Go by it. But i had a breakthrough yesterday in therapy re talking therapist is like you know just with past few weeks and listening. I think you're depressed. And i was like oh and explaining it to me and it was like the lease 'climactic leg 'cause i've been depressed before but she was like. Yeah no all these things saying it like. You're depressed and i was like. Oh i normal. Normal wiring.

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"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"Set some boundaries and honestly. I'm going back to thinking. I just did a Audie erotica workshop with one of the performers for velvet tip studios that does like the custom audio radha when we were talking about all. There's like three of us and we all have different ways of going about preparing and one person was very much like all right. I'll rewrite and another person just gets the info and then like structures it and like just kind of get a couple things in wing it based on that so like there's plenty of different ways that you can go into it but it's a lot of i mean there's a lot of underrated elements like you can use silence not as much in writing but again in spokane you can use silence you can use like maybes you can use like giggles Yeah there's a lot of new south breathing and proximity to where you are just like on someone's body or it doesn't have to be like dirty or mean you don't to be talking the whole time in fact you don't be talking the whole time. Mrs receive listeners if you can go and like read more like erotic literature listened to more audio radka. You'll buy peekapoos book and her poetry. You're just get exposed to different people's styles in that like oh that's example of what it can be so get through lexicon outside of what's in porn just from like editing other people's like audio erotica like i've gotten certain things like how how good the line or like i had no idea that i could just listen to some say profanities with like pauses in between and so turned on. I mean if you think about like the sounds when you're actually like orgasm in that kind of thing like when you're really elevated it does tend to become like fuck owner or or equivalent of. That's definitely my go-to where it in the bedroom. Yeah fuck fuck me fuck fuck fuck wizard of the profane thank you. This is wonderful what what is so. You've gone from short stories and poetry. What what is next for pecans. So i'm working on book. Two of the series managua treats so that will hopefully covert has really done some loops with my creativity so in the beginning i was super on and then you know as new york in the world started closing in on everyone. You know But i am working on that. I also am in. The works. can't talk too much about it. Going to be doing hopefully soon in the next couple of weeks. A three part of rata and dirty talk workshop. That's coming up next then. Host digital play party sometimes so i also sometimes read some of my work Yeah people ask questions. So you know the truth or dare to the truths that i come up with the truth that other people ask me and so i take all pretty much every opportunity to talk dirty Where's the best place for people to find you. The digital speeds. I'm on social media at will call ins on every platform And then i have a blog where i do my sex toy reviews and just you know do other pieces on people. Cons dot com. I'm curious have your fantasies change during copa. Like do you have like real specific recurring letting the baby and you know. We've we've established that everyone's just fantasizing about that all the time. The time i i mean i think that's. I'm not usually one for sex with strangers in real life but the fact that you have all these different precautions that you have take with masks in protection and all that kind of stuff to have you know. One offs have become a little bit more of a fantasy for me. Just because i feel like there's that's really all you can kinda do. It's with established partner so to you know have a random. Meet up where you know you.

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"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"Constant struggle and we die like that's just nobody. That film like no one in america. So i gotta i gotta be at something So so the world's going to have to bounce back so i can be good at it. John little bird..

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"Black man. And i was like you know you can't do this right and they're like what you're talking about. It's just a list of black people. And i was like but the real person is dark skinned. These men are not put their all black. Oh this is how this happens is that there's no black person in the room. There's no prison of color in the room being like. That's not okay. Look at this blind spot you have you have to rectify it before we go further into production and that's how that's how you get. You know who was it. So we saw down and playing simone no one along the way is like we don't maybe we shouldn't put her in black face. Maybe we shouldn't widened her nose. Should this weird african on. i mean do. Do you think that in those in those representations. Because i feel like winds up happening is the actresses get thrown under the bus. You know like like what is zoe. Saldana z- Or anyone who's been accused of that. What is their responsibility to kind of raise a flag. I feel like we're more aware of that now. Because we're like connective in everything being called out. But you know i don. I don't know what do you think. Someone's response someone who's been on both sides of the camera to i think it depends on the after and where how much power they have so like you think about you know jenny. Slate and kristen bell. And all these people giving up their roles as their voice actor roles. As blackie buller mixed people in these shows they have the power to turn down work. They have the money to turn down work. They don't have to take everything given to them because they are not in a place where every next job is still paying for their berendt in their meals and their livelihoods when people discover that actors did those things early in their careers and was like. Yeah girl's gotta eat. I get it and it's wrong. You may maybe that actor didn't know that it was wrong at the time and like we can inform them when we can engage with them But if they didn't have the power in that situation like they were not a part of the creative decisions and then on top of that if they didn't have the capital to say no. We can't really hold them solely accountable for those roles. I don't think that they're not responsible. But i do think that we to take into account all of those other Factors i mean. Capitalism factors that go into art and why we make our I recently watched disclosure and a lot of the trans women talking about playing sex workers over and over and over again in early in their careers. And there's one hand like we'll trans women should only shouldn't be represented as sex workers and it was like yes of course not and then we'll these transactions instead of turn down role in well. No because you're trans and your actress and this is the only role they're giving you and law and order pays a good day rate gotta do what you gotta do So i think it's i think it's about who has the agency and is crafting those roles and then who has the right to say a gift enough people say no like halle berry just turned on order. Play a transplant Trans man halle berry does not need that money. So she can say no and her saying no actually sends a message to the project saying. Oh maybe we shouldn't cast a woman to play ma'am Diskettes a new weird space. Because i feel like this conversation always leads to the next level of the conversation which is disability. And i think it's really weird and fascinating because traditionally the roles that are people playing disabilities have been the fucking award winning role. It's like if you read main concern. Yeah yeah i know. That's something that we're all aware of. But but have you in in your circles. 'cause that's honestly the place where like my brain just goes. I don't fuck it. No man like like a disabled person. So i don't think i get to say I those roles. It's the same way that like men get there's so many men who've been awarded For playing trans women. There've been and like or even just you won't even for playing gay straight men who've been given role have been given oscars for playing gay men is like. Oh god he kissed him like it. Oh god you. But he's just so he's just so brave and so talented. Ed like to those things. Like yes i can. I feel like i can speak to that. If the purpose of that role is is this person's gay then actually. You shouldn't have written that because the the role of a character that is gay shouldn't be their only personality. A character is trans there. Transnet shouldn't be there only. That shouldn't be the stretch. That shouldn't be the thing that you're learning in like you're really developing like i think we need to go into circumstances like ray charles jamie foxx playing ray charles. His blindness is not the performance. Ray charles as a whole is the performance. I think i think what stephen hawking. It's weird because the whole point of that movie about him. Losing his body in a way and his body changing molin at some point. I mean like how do you how do you jump that hurdle. How do you have a disabled person play planes. And then you have things like In orange new black where laverne cox twin brother plays. Her character pre transition. I didn't know that. Yeah like they didn't ask her to like de fem herself. they that's great. She has an identical twin brother and cast him to play That characters you know pre transition life. And i think there i just think there are creative solutions and i think we have to push our brain to get into those creative solutions because for so long the answer. It's just been like pushing actor to to get their pushing actor to create that i think for production side. You could really see that. Because i think a lot of times on films like people don't comprehend how fast things need to come together like how quickly those trains are moving. And it's like any solution to a fix to make the vision sometimes just.

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"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"Like exactly resonates exactly exactly. So it's you know. Are you always yourself in. This is sort of like what's your passion. Are you living your passion if you're not living your passion. Why aren't you living your passion. Are you taking someone else's passion and trying to make money off of some someone else's doing or because they found success and so. I think it's you know it's thinking about how authentic are you in your own body in How are you using your authentic city for the passion that you have in your career in your relationships and how are you You know making that work for you in your life so much. how is it not performative. And i think that's probably why for me in particular how i feel view my success because of always been authentic right like i'm telling this story is like this is how i flirted. This is how this is. What got me here. This is what didn't give me here. I froze when i was dirty when i got talk dirty when someone talk dirty to me for the first time i froze didn't know what to do as like a deer in headlights. I don't want that happening again. This is what i need to do. What's my research on this. I need to go put it all together right and so it's really like drawing upon my own personal experiences To make sure that. I'm being true to who i am. Educating people About that in my mind thing is education. i think it's either education or entertainment right. And so you know cardi b.'s. Like i'm going to entertain off of my personal authentic experiences. And this is how i'm going to entertain you. Don't you're not gonna go to cardi b. and b. like. Give me a keynote speech about super ethics. I mean that it's that it's kind of interesting because what that makes me think about is like what about the You know like there. There are certainly artists that live very very authentically to themselves but their behavior is just a rough way to live. And i'm very specifically talking about taylor swift right because those taylor swift. I am someone that as a sex educator. It's really funny. Because as a sex educator you talked to a lot of other sex educators you know conversationalist podcasters whatever. And they're like i've had sex. You know i've had so many partners. Whatever i haven't had a lot of partners. I have been in love an unusual a lot of times. I have a weird amount of three plus year relationships. That like kind of makes people's eyeballs bug out that like what like i am a serial monogamy and it makes me identify with taylor swift because taylor swift is a destructive serial monogamy constantly falling in love in these really like oh relationships your taylor's and you know like not only did she make like a sad fucking indie record. So i'm kind of like all right. I'm aboard but that album had me very like reflecting a lot. Because i'm like oh taylor swift like at this point. You're thirty now like are you. Is the habit like creating the turmoil in your life like is the turmoil to yourself. And at what point is your authenticity healthy. You know very easy therapies. What you're saying like wendy. You need to call your therapist about myself. Need fuck and help like we can be real honest about that other. You know like so much of what you teach comes back to that authenticity and when you're finding that when you discover someone that it's like this authentic side of yourself might be able to use some work like what does that conversation look like. Oh yeah. I've had to say that to people say that's people all the time. I usually just kind of sugar. Coat it Because some people need a little bit more. You know needs. They can't hear you. Sometimes if you're to direct to honest so sometimes things need to be sugar. Coated a little bit and so when people are struggling I had a client where i was just like. You are incredibly selfish. You know and you had sugarcoat. Forgot what i said like. It's probably a really good tactic to put other people's concerns like early in front of your own but also take them into consideration right and so really having people understand that. Hey that quality is destructive. You need therapy. You need to go see someone I know for myself my own. I really. I'm actually going to write a book about this. But my own personal journey through relationships like use even i was like i've been in three and a half plus year relationships multiple right and it's sort of like what is going on that i. What am i doing my relationships. That's not because the common denominators all meek same thing. Yeah so what are the problems were. The things existing. Why am i attracted. This person is usually the same kind of person in a different body right All along but what lesson at my lot not learning and so a lot of people You know. I have some friends who just had to had to be like. You got to go to therapy because you are doing you are doing the same thing over and over again or i might send them a book. So i've had a friend who i'm like. Oh you're getting into a destructive relationship. Here's codependent no more got. Here's that book. Go ahead and i think you just should read in check it out and so I really just try to be honest with people and give them suggestions and just say like. Hey i think this could be destructive or i think this is a pattern or i think you might have learned this from your mother. I think this is socialization. Need to talk to someone about why you've learned this pattern in maybe a chance to unlearn it so that you can have more. You know a more productive life for a more satisfying relationships right So yeah it's being straight up interesting. I mean in that way to it comes from a place of love. It's not like you're like your station. Union change. it's just like dude. Somebody needs to tell you this you know. I think if there was any advice that i could give it to my younger self. It's like maybe don't seek out that advice from pop music entertainment people when they go to porn for education. Like oh. I saw this important. I can do. Nano porn is entertainment is not educational so really making sure people understand cardi. B. is entertainment and yes there is there is some truth in what her truth is where it's coming from but it's not necessarily gonna be r truth and that might.

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"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"No. he didn't meet. Its deadline was very disappointed. I'm used to like oh well. You must've as dom would you would then abuse him blake maybe like some dom tendencies. But then i can't do the punishment level. I like setting the rules followed through three on the punishment but in both of our proposals. In both of the instances there was no like big speech about how much you mean to me in like all of the reasons why love it was just like hey his cute thing will you marry me. Did you take the knee. Was it a grand gesture in special place i a. I was on my knee in the face. I kept so basically. I proposed with this card. Game could flux which he introduced me to him is a big Relationship at the beginning when you can do like custom qods so i like drew us on them in length And i can tom. I'm being like to play flux. A major play. Flux wanna play flux green and a wet towel in the middle of the game but he did not want to play fluxa. Envy's just like san is computer playing a video game danda there was like put in front of them and then get down on one knee and proposed an and he proposed to me through animal crossing so basically both of us is proposing to three games. But we didn't make sense for relationship like big pot of all. I know we have a lot of people who listen to that are going to resonate with that. We got a lot of gamer nerds. I think we have to humans. Okay actually this is and maybe this'll be more of your speed. But like i feel like i've been talking to a lot of people that are like oh i don't really like sex parties i just wanna to hang out with people and play games and then maybe sex happens and it's like nothing that and then like maybe i'll stay a maybe i'll leave when the sex dot com. I think that's almost like where i'm at with those kinds of things i'm dislike. I'd like to be in a situation where it just happens. And i can either choose to stay or leave depending because i don't because i'm like i don't actually know if i would like that in like in real life like in my fantasies. I'm like this is great but but in if you know it being in that situation for real i have no idea. If it's something that i would actually be in too so i don't want to like make. The effort to that kind of situation happened. I just want it to happen around me. And i can decide what i wanna do. I think this is really interesting. Because i am the person that it's i'm with. My you know a spent the last two years like kind of just casually putting myself into sex party situations and then being the person at the sex party being like. I don't like having sex with people the first night i meet them. And then laying that out and kind of making these ground rules kind of keep it do where your heads out of like and what i found in doing that is that it takes a lot of planning to just get there. You know what. I mean where i feel. I feel like most people if they recognize. How much conversation happens either. With two people that are going to an event like that with one person that just is planning on watching or leaving like it's still takes on but that really nerve wracking tension to kind of the again exposure therapy and early and then once it does okay. Then you're like. Oh this is a place i can hang like. This is a place that i can make these decisions. You know kind of like. It's the big thing. I think you about 'gate-keeping with these words of things like whether it's like bonilla or queer or any of those things where it's like people still need the opportunity to explore and like if you're just like no room for bonilla's here than like people who don't feel like they're as kinky to identify as kinky go there and i just think it's like it's an issue with like seeing conventional as bad Smash it's like it. Sounds like it's something like had a you're exposed to all of these things and you're like oh cool. Cool that you're doing that over there. I'm still fine with what happened. I played here And it makes it a better decision. I think it's also important to acknowledge in walk circles like conventional seen as bad because in the grand scheme of things in society. Like i have a relationship that is rewarded ryan. I have a type of relationship in sexuality that society doesn't demonize that society goes. You too can be together. You too can get married. You too can have all of the the riots sentenced respect from the representation. You can have all of that. No questions asked An-and is in the circles. I've in because of my work where suddenly convention -ality is less desirable. But that's because you you do have to put a lot of effort into celebrating non-normative identities and behaviors because you have to put more effort into that because then not necessarily getting the same exposure a representation or just like treatment elsewhere. So i do. I do understand why it's the case. But hey i like. There's a lot of criticism of sex positivity as well because like potentially like a sexual people don't feel included in down movement or just people who just generally have a low sex drive or like you said maybe a vanilla like i'm just such a like sex. Positivity needs to be increases inclusive of every. There is so much need for representation and i think even as even like you know like like i think about this a lot because i'm coming from similar places like says head normativity and then what is my right to be that. That's why when. I think of the words that describe where i wanna be reluctant is in there because i always want to be at the back of conversations. Kind of like if you have something to ask me. You know that's great. But i don't wanna be a voice for you know all of these underrepresented humans And i think that's why it's so important that there is a representation of a sexual sex educators or at least people that talk about it in a way that is relatable so that you know As the younger generations grow up. They see these representations of themselves on in in mainstream media and in you know youtube culture content of the things expecially media. I keep talking about the The documentary disclosure on net flicks and it's about In media like black representation media but the thing is like it's relatable insert anything within their anything that's underrepresented or only representative in one particular fashion and like what that does to people in mindsets and all that and it's like you just realize how like we poo poo media all the time but you just realize how important it is and how important it is that we had that represent society in a lot of and you don't realize it until it's done well and then you're like oh fuck that is.

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"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"jean" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"With other people working in it or or well. It's interesting because i would say you know. I've experienced a lot of Yeah you could possibly classify as ptsd. Vicarious trauma is another is another is a part of that is that an experienced in the first part of my korea. Is that Besides the palliative care and the funeral industry the rest of my career has been specifically in the criminal justice setting so dealing with traumatic bereavement and the exposure to that constantly. vicarious trauma being that you're not the primary experience of the traumatic experience because you're constantly exposed to suck you secondary exposure to it so Yes i've experienced traumatic responses to that and hints burning out and having it come from the other part of the work i think i have developed the depth anxiety. And this is actually something. I'm actually only purchasing at the moment becoming aware of at the moment as reading an interesting article in the guardian the other day about a psychologist he works people that have death anxiety and their process is about exposure therapy and i thought to myself jesus like the last thing i need his exposure therapy when it comes to death. It's like the exposure is what's caused the trauma so yeah i mean look right now i think for me at the moment it manifests in in that i in a way that i'm hyper aware of the potential for for dying at any given second and You know whether it's whether it's accidental. Or whether you cross the road something happens out on the street you dina car-crash or medical like some sort of sudden medical event and that sort of elicits a lot of anxiety in me. Yeah i'm am very much a catastrophist. I identify with that very much. Because it's just like well you know it's interesting because you're constantly trying to over planet over in november plan but as the result of that you're also like well fuck it. It doesn't matter all going die anyway. You know there's there's only partially like just being fully transparent about that. I know that that's through trauma. Growing up. through things with my family. I had a a real serious disability within my family in that created this mindset of like very all or nothing all or nothing. We're either all planned and everything is going to plant or fucked and were at a. It creates a lot of anxiety. I mean especially now like here In the middle of the middle of Exactly this is creating so much anxiety for everyone. But especially i think you know any any trouble the extra triggered and you're feeling of being completely out of control is like carrion at of you all of your experience dealing with people with this there. I mean i'm sure there must be classic ways of that people respond because even just hearing from both of you in myself. Like i'm avoiding about a conversation about death and i try to keep that out of my mind i'd bring it up. Yeah i mean yeah. I'm actually curious. Good friends just seen all of it i mean. Is there a good way to do it as a right wrong way. Oh well. I hope that i would handle it like this person. Did you know like like what have you seen down that lane. Good bad and ugly for how people cope yeah trauma data agree uncontrollable grief. Yeah look there's a lot of talk now about the good death that's kind of in courts good death and i think that that is something i think it can be done in a way. That is as good as you could hope for it to bay. However i don't think that excludes all of the unpleasant on pleasantries of the dying experience the emotional and the physical and and all of the stuff. I think if we have the capacity to plan for our desks and that usually only comes dealing with some sort of illness terminal illness. That's usually only when people kind of actively actually been having these conversations with parents now. Like i think i think one would hope as you get. Older sister works notably care so we're watching. She's watching everything that everyone is doing wrong as they're getting older and we're trying to plan my parents much more than maybe yeah yet. Look i mean. I think in that regard. If you a lot of people would probably care what happens to their body. When i die and that's fine. That's a fine way to be. I think that it's just helpful from a practical perspective. And i think what helps people in the grief process. What is the most helpful. Part of the group gave grief. Process is the ability to make sense and have understanding of what's going on so our need to be able to logic clay kind of grasp. What's happening what what the steps are. That's i think our first step towards having a healthy grief process and that's been a lot of what my work is entailed in that. I've worked lot in the very early stages of people's grief experience so it's often a lot about what we call psycho education. It's about explaining what's happening in very practical useful tombs so we certainly don't go into a new grief experience in stop the sarah pubic process in quotes. It's more it is therapeutic. But it's more about saying this is what's going to happen. This is what's going to happen next. You know this is what's going to happen over the next couple of days and weeks and months and giving people that kind of that understanding of what the process is going to be provide some kind of framework for the experience now if that framework is not present. then there's potential for all sorts of complications and things like that to arise. So i think that's probably the most important heart but other than that. There's no right way. As i say it's not right but it's like you know there's like however many stages of grieving and i'm just wondering if it's like you see like oh people usually react in two ways. They are either like or or whatever the things maybe i mean. If you had to pinpoint like types you know. Because i feel like i feel like i pretty much. We young the spectrum. Pretty harsh you avoiding. Yeah comes to death. I do every yeah and when i yeah have had friends pass away. I mean that's my only real point of reference is like grandparents and friends that have passed my way of coping with is like gathering all my friends and like having it out. I mean that's that's the only way i really know how to deal at my family. My my family exercises in a very similar way on part of my family but feel with families. It's very tricky. Because then there's another half of my family who does not acknowledge dad and you know and then you're kind of meeting somewhere in the middle is that is that your experience like seeing those two kind of as like the polls or or is there. Are there third options of were just not even thinking. About the word got a self-centered with yeah. I think probably the only other the only other thing that jumps out at me is the people that Face it aggressively. So you get people have yet. The avoidance saying that just going to go through the martians and not really talk about the intricacies of it and just you just just existing basically people who are really much more comfortable with it. Maybe like you who want to be involved in the process they wanna under.

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