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Pamela Madison, founder and director of the Santa Barbara Women's Sexuality Center, on better sex through spirituality

Kate Bornstein & Barbara Carellas on their East African experience and their new work in progress on relationships

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00:00 Introduction
11:52 Question of the week
Question: "How accurate is the COGIATI ("COmbined Gender Identity And Transsexuality Inventory" -ed.) test used to determine ones tendencies toward transexualism? Also what other tests are available on line that one can use to determine his sexual tendencies. I scored 400 on the COGIATI and for anyone taking the test that makes me a transexual. "
(from Molly, MA)
19:47 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
32:39 Pamela Madison, founder and director of the Women's Sexuality Center in Santa Barbara, is a licensed acupuncturist, sex educator and pioneer in the field of female sexuality. Pamela helps women to raise their sexual self esteem, experience greater orgasmic abilities and increase their connection between sexuality and spirituality. She teaches sexual empowerment programs, tantric trainings and maintains an extensive private practice in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. Her groundbreaking work also includes recovery from psychosexual traumas such as childhood and ritual sexual abuse, rape and FGM (female genital mutilation).
We talked with Pamela about the connection between spirituality and sexuality, and about how to move beyond one's personal limits to experience transformative sex.
The Women's Sexuality Center (at www.womensexualitycenter.com) is devoted to the sexual empowerment and fulfillment of women through education, healing and support.
59:13 Special Message
60:22 Boston area (and some national) announcements
64:58 We are especially pleased to be joined on this program by partners Kate Bornstein and Barbara Carellas.
Kate Bornstein is playwright, performance artist, gender luminary, and author of a number of ground-breaking books, including the hugely successful "Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women, and the Rest of Us" and "My Gender Workbook: How to Become a Real Man, a Real Woman, the Real You, or Something Else Entirely." Kate has played a highly visible role in the shaping of the politics and theory of transgenderism.
Barbara Carrellas is a sex educator, sex positivist and pleasure activist, who offers a holistic, metaphysical, practical, humorous and entertaining approach to conscious sexuality.
We talked with Kate and Barbara about their observations of gender in a couple of East African tribes, and about their new work in progress.
Visit their website, Too Tall Blonds (at www.tootallblondes.com) to learn more about what they're up to, and to see some gorgeous photos from their trip to Kenya and Tanzania.
You can also email them directly at dablondes@tootallblondes.com

Photo courtesy www.tootallblondes.com
89:33 End
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