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We are just two weirdos in love. We are open/poly, swingers, kinky, and dont give a fuck what people think of us. We make our alternative relationship work for us and it is the best choice for us. Find out how it can actually be normal to not have a "normal" monogamous white picket fence relationship like society has drilled into us from the day we were born. There are no written rules on how to have a successful relationship. You make your own guidelines, and we're just sharing ours.
 
Sex expert Dr. Cat Meyer knows that you are bombarded daily with nutrition tips, sex advice and images in the media and your social circle. She also knows how this may actually be getting in the way of you experiencing your full sexual potential. In this 45 minute podcast, Dr. Cat reveals to you what works (and what doesn’t) in the most entertaining way to get you get back in the playground with those you love. Real life stories and expert interviews to help you improve your sex life, by add ...
 
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Welcome back to The Critic Narrated, where we bring you a selection of articles from our print issues, read aloud by their authors. In this episode, Sarah Ditum reveals the joy of letting unexpected, accidental music in as she narrates her column from the December/January issue of The Critic: “Strange Brew”, while David Scullion says the Church of …
 
This is a pretty intense episode as I have Daddy and Milfy with me to talk about both of their experiences with their sexual personal lives being -- literally -- judged thanks to nasty custody battles. If you have listen to mine and Daddy's podcast talks before you have probably heard us talk about how his ex wife took away his rights to see his so…
 
In this episode of Black's History Week, Professor Jeremy Black talks to The Critic's deputy editor, Graham Stewart, about why Britain, France and the Ottoman Empire found themselves fighting together against Russia in the Crimea.Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast on Spotify and iTunes to ensure you never you never miss an episode.--Image: Ba…
 
You may have heard about how sex + orgasms affect mental health, but what about when mental health affects sex? Depression affects so many people not only in the US, but globally. Especially since the start of the pandemic, we’ve seen the sexual health of individuals + couples alike struggling because of it. Sex therapist Nicoletta Heidegger is her…
 
In this episode, David Starkey says Feminists like Stock have made a belated rediscovery of biological reality in his column ‘Welcome back to reality, feminists’, while Boris Starling outlines the latest rivalry in F1 in ‘Top Guns of the Track’ and Claudia Savage-Gore drags woke Will back to therapy. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast on Spot…
 
In this edition of Black's History Week, Professor Jeremy Black, whose books on the period include Waterloo and the forthcoming The French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars - Strategies for a World War, talks to The Critic's deputy editor, Graham Stewart, about why and how Europe was engulfed in wars with France between 1792 and 1815.Don’t forget t…
 
When you’re sex positive + have a proclivity towards alternative styles of sex + relating, how do you date in the modern, mainstream world? That Sex Chick, Alexa Bowditch gives us insights into how to introduce ideas of sexual exploration + non-traditional relationship styles in your dating life to support your finding your partner. We talk about t…
 
Hello and welcome back to The Critic Narrated, where we bring you a selection of articles from our print issues, read aloud by their authors. In this episode, Lisa Hilton reads her piece ‘How Britiain really eats’, where she relays how she enjoys a Thai feast that shows that fiery and exotic has now become mainstream. Henry Hill says a new breed of…
 
As President Macron climbs down on his deadline to punish Britain over fishing licences, David Scullion asks Patrick O'Flynn whether Britain is getting the better of the French, or if the post-Brexit deal has left UK fishermen high and dry. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast on Spotify and iTunes to ensure you never you never miss an episode.…
 
Welcome back to The Critic Narrated, where we bring you a selection of articles from our print issues, read aloud by their authors. In this episode, Robert Hutton reads the secret diary of Boris and Carrie Johnson's dog, Dilyn, as he attends Glasgow COP26, Josephine Bartosch, author and campaigner for women’s rights narrates her feature, 'Turning v…
 
Were warfare and the state's role in military affairs transformed between 1500 and 1800? In this edition of Black's History Week, Professor Jeremy Black, author of A Short History of War explores and debunks some generalisations about war in early modern Europe.Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast on Spotify and iTunes to ensure you never you n…
 
Being a sensual person in the modern age has its challenges. Add to that, the pressures of “sensuality” looking a certain way contributing to performance rather than embodiment. My guest, friend, + powerful embodiment coach, Josefina Bashout, is BACK for another round! Here, we dish about our personal journeys, struggles around sensuality after tra…
 
In this episode of The Critic Narrated, Revd. Marcus Walker, Rector of Great St Bart’s in the City of London, reads his piece ‘Resurrect Forgiveness’, Hannah Betts narrates her column: ‘Time for Coco’ and Patrick Galbraith reads his piece from Country Notes, this week entitled ‘Do the Right Thing’. These articles are taken from the October issue of…
 
In this edition of Black's History Week, Professor Jeremy Black, whose books include A Short History of War, talks to The Critic's deputy editor, Graham Stewart, about how the feudal system, differing weaponry and firepower and the size of armies shaped medieval warfare.Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast on Spotify and iTunes to ensure you ne…
 
In a society that labels busyness as chic + prizes side hustles + productivity, we have also become familiar with the experience of overwhelm + burnout. This is not the answer to living a life of pleasure + sustaining health. But how do we get out? How can we be high achieving AND sensually connected? In this episode, the badass boss babe Natalie M…
 
Welcome back to The Critic Podcast, and welcome to our new series: The Critic Narrated! Each week, we will be bringing you a selection articles from our print issues, read aloud by their authors for you to listen to on your commute, around the house or alongside reading the written piece. Don’t forget you can visit our website to subscribe to the p…
 
We live in a culture that is obsessed with obtaining perfection, and as a result, can ignore the needs of the body to favor the image of fantasy. The issue here is that the body cannot sustain this. After awhile, she starts to break down, become ill, ache, fail. And it’s doing nothing for our sensuality, pleasure, + sexuality. Dr Liz Letchford is h…
 
In this edition of Black's History Week, Professor Jeremy Black, author of A Short History of War, talks to The Critic's deputy editor, Graham Stewart, about the nature of warfare in Ancient Greece and Rome.Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast on Spotify and iTunes to ensure you never you never miss an episode.--Image: Statue of Leonidas on the…
 
Women have been fighting for ownership of their bodies for centuries, and as far as we’ve come with our rights, we are still having arguments about who gets to decide what we do with our bodies. ⁣ ⁣ In this episode I talk about the recent events happening in the political stratosphere around women’s reproductive rights, the body terrorism that we e…
 
After the US withdrawal from Afghanistan ignited a bitter briefing war between the President and members of the British Cabinet, it seemed that Britain's relationship with the US was on ice. But then, out of the blue, a secret trilateral agreement between the US, UK and Australia was struck, gifting Australia nuclear propulsion technology for use i…
 
My good friend Meesh came to me with the question a couple of her clients have brought up to her: "Can I partake in BDSM if I dont have any trauma?" First and foremost yes, and secondly in todays age we all have some form of trauma we still carry around with us (not all trauma is sexual). We get into this narrative that society has once again drill…
 
In this episode of The Critic's podcast, publisher Olivia Hartley speaks to Chris Elston — A.K.A Billboard Chris — about the progression of gender ideology in Canada as well as the use of puberty blockers for children with gender dysphoria.Chris has travelled the length and breadth of Canada raising awareness of these issues and has amassed an onli…
 
Remember the 90s commercial implying your brain on drugs was like smashing an egg with a frying pan? We’ve come a long way to learn that psychedelics have more opportunity to heal than we were told as kids. Dr Nicholas Bruss is here to talk to us about the leading advances of psychedelics in the clinical therapy world. He informs us about the curre…
 
Australia's military capacity to check Chinese influence is being boosted by a new Anglo-American submarine contract and the establishment of the AUKUS defence pact. But how have Australia's interests been defended until now in the south-west Pacific and what difference will AUKUS make? In this week's Black's History Week podcast, Professor Jeremy …
 
Imagine taking a sacred sexuality class with me...but it’s in the virtual reality world. Tech expert, Lyle Maxson, joins us to share about how advancing technology is expanding our potential in sex, love, + self-development. We dive about the latest in neurohacking tools designed to alter our states of being, tech designed to amplify our sexual exp…
 
Is there anything a 21st century military strategist can usefully learn from the tactics of Hannibal or the age of pike, sword and musket? In this edition of Black's History Week, Professor Jeremy Black offers The Critic's deputy editor, Graham Stewart, a crash course in the history of war.Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast on Spotify and iTu…
 
Christopher Marcus of FreekShow Podcast and PlayHouseMedia joins me to talk about throwing/attending play parties. Chris started throwing parties at age 19 and now ten years later he shares with us some of the lessons and tricks he has picked up. He explains his cocktail mix recipe for play parties from the vibe, themes, and a strict vetting proces…
 
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