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We are two strippers. We are two queer, hetero-presenting sex enthusiasts. We have a mission to inform, arouse and amuse you. We live in a world of rapid-fire social media, and of diverse politics. We have watched as the establishment and the media perpetuate systemic oppression of all peoples though gender policing, and sex-shaming. We are going to talk about it. We welcome all discussion, so please listen with open ears and an open mind. Open legs is optional. Questions and hatemail can be sent to gang@unzippedpdx.com Visit us at www.unzippedpdx.com

Unzipped PDX Unzipped PDX: Two Strippers

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.5, 17 Ratings

We are two strippers. We are two queer, hetero-presenting sex enthusiasts. We have a mission to inform, arouse and amuse you. We live in a world of rapid-fire social media, and of diverse politics. We have watched as the establishment and the media perpetuate systemic oppression of all peoples though gender policing, and sex-shaming. We are going to talk about it. We welcome all discussion, so please listen with open ears and an open mind. Open legs is optional. Questions and hatemail can be sent to gang@unzippedpdx.com Visit us at www.unzippedpdx.com

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

DanielleTob ,

It's helped me grow as a person

I found this podcast a long while ago, at least a year. And now I can't imagine a week without it. I'm a young cis-gendered, bisexual woman, just now figuring out her sexuality. So, getting to hear their perspectives, with years of experience being comfortable with that part of themselves, has helped me grow as a person.

Also, it sounds like ASMR, cause all of their voices are like velvet!

yeetfingers420 ,

I don’t recommend this podcast

topics on this show may include: biased opinion, improper facts, incorrect references and resources, and most of all, Sex and a lot of it. Which kind of defeats the purpose of actually having a political opinion, because when you constantly talking about sex and saying that this person is bad and that’s the wrong pronoun. You kind of defeat the purpose of a podcast that’s supposed to inform you on interesting things. Sadly it doesn’t live up to its “comedic” style and just becomes a huge pile of pointless time wasting verbal porn and stupidity. 1 star.

spacebooty ,

Good subjects, bad matter

The topics are entertaining and would be great sources of conversation, but I find them to be followed by uninformative and problematic responses for the most part. I think the conversations taking place between these three people should be taken with a grain of salt, it seems like this is an advice giving podcast from a group who try to one up each other’s sexual experiences.
There is one qualified sex therapist in the group, but even his views are questionable, stating things like visual consent is consent no matter what, insinuating that any sexual play that has been recorded through photography or video is allowed to be shown to whomever by the other partner, which would seem to put into question things like revenge porn.
I think the two women definitely have the qualifications to talk responsibly about the specific field of sex work that they’re in, but this should not be misconstrued with the other various sex oriented topics on the podcast.
All in all, I believe it to be very biased, falsely sex positive, and a self righteous podcast.

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