Author: Brianne McGuire

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SEX COMMUNICATION documents true human sexuality with crowdsourced audio of real sex and explicit conversation. The goal of the show is to destroy the stigma of sex, by sharing the sounds and stories of folks all over the world. As we increase exposure to the honest discussion and demonstration of sexuality, this project seeks to change the cultural conversation around sex and inspire radical self acceptance.
117 Episodes
Today is the third episode in our 5-show series produced in collaboration with The Black Sex Worker Collective. On July 22nd, the collective will host a 22-hour event called Who’s Allowed To Make Money? Workers In Solidarity, to support sex workers and other freelance artists directly impacted by COVID-19. As of June 18th, each weekly episode up until the event will feature some of the many performers and activists who are scheduled. You can catch up on this series, and all of our episodes, at anytime on This show is about destroying the stigma of sex, and the fact of sex workers facing discrimination, prosecution and an absence of basic labor rights, is a demonstration of this stigma. It is my hope, that with every episode in this series, you, the listener, become more informed, compassionate, and inspired to take supportive action.In today’s show, I speak with Arabella Allure, a burlesque performer, advocate, and event organizer. Arabella and Salty Bisch Creations will be presenting a performance showcase of the top BIPOC Artists from Western Canada. Like our last guest, Arabella is also originally from Australia, though now based in Calgary Canada. We discuss the challenges and benefits of stripping, along with how engaging in sex work challenges cultural patriarchy. Event information:Tickets / Info: Black Sex Workers Collective 22-Hour Fundraiser EventTickets to Arabella's Event: Salty Bisch Creations — The Patio Below; BIPOC Performer ShowcaseGeneral information:The Black Sex Worker CollectiveSome information about the fight for Sex Worker rights: information about today's guest:Arabella Allure: Instagram / TwitterSalty Bisch Creations: Facebook / Instagram / Twitter
Today is the second episode in our 5-show series produced in collaboration with The Black Sex Worker Collective. On July 22nd, the collective will host a 22-hour event called Who’s Allowed To Make Money? Workers In Solidarity, to support sex workers and other freelance artists directly impacted by COVID-19. As of June 18th, each weekly episode up until the event will feature some of the many performers and activists who are scheduled. You can catch up on this series, and all of our episodes, at anytime on It can not be said enough that sex workers are under attack and in need of our support. As this show is about destroying the stigma of sex, the issue of sex worker rights is absolutely in alignment with our mission, and I am pleased to offer the platform of this podcast to raise awareness and affect positive change.In this episode, I speak with PJ Starr, a documentary filmmaker and sex workers’ rights activist. During the fundraiser, PJ and the New Jersey Red Umbrella Alliance (NJRUA) will host Goddesses in the Garden State; a 2-hour block of cocktail recipes, music, film and a panel discussion of Black sex workers in film. PJ is originally from Australia but currently based in New Jersey, and we discuss why the plight of sex workers is so important to her, how she became interested in the subject of sex work, and why she self-describes as having “transcended kink.”Event information:Tickets / Info: Black Sex Workers Collective 22-Hour Fundraiser EventTickets to PJ's Event: Goddesses In The Garden StateGeneral information:The Black Sex Worker CollectiveSome information about the fight for Sex Worker rights: New Jersey Red Umbrella Alliance (NJRUA)More information about today's guest:PJ's website of professional workJune 28th Film Screening
Today is the first of a series of episodes I’m doing with The Black Sex Worker Collective to promote their upcoming fundraiser next month. On July 22nd, the collective will host a 22-hour event called Who’s Allowed To Make Money? Workers In Solidarity. It is both a celebration and grassroots fundraising campaign to support sex workers and other freelance artists directly impacted by current circumstances, who are all too often Black, and people of color.This collaboration is but one of the many ways the SEX COMMUNICATION Podcast, and GRAPHICPAINT, are offering support to the Black community and sex workers everywhere — I encourage you to do the same. If you are a listener of this show, you know that the goal is to destroy the stigmatization around sex through honest exploration of its reality. Sex work is necessary, useful, and deserves as much discussion, respect and exploration as any other topic.In today’s episode, I speak with Dan of Kinky in Wonderland, who will be hosting an online Introduction to Bondage during the July 22nd event. Dan is also based in Berlin and we discuss his experiences with sex-based work, kink, discrimination and activism.Event information:Tickets / Info: Black Sex Workers Collective 22-Hour Fundraiser EventTickets to Dan's Event: Bondage OnlineGeneral information:The Black Sex Worker CollectiveSome information about the fight for Sex Worker rights: information about today's guest: preparation:
Some audio porn for the month of June -- here's hoping this crowdsourced clip will bring some much-needed levity and light to the world.This episode features "C" and "H" who you may remember from Episode 91: When "C" Met "H" And Then Got "Freaky" "C" appeared earlier on this show when we discussed differing opinions about the importance of dick size; catch up with Episode 65: The Great Tiny Penis Debate Till next week...
In honor of George Floyd's memorial, I am using the platform of this show to support those protesting systemic racism around the world. Today's episode features a segment of audio recorded at a peaceful protest in New York City followed by 8 minutes and 46 seconds of silence dedicated to George Floyd. This fight needs your support. Below is a list of organizations battling racial injustice; please donate your time and funding.The Bail Project: A national non-profit organization designed to combat mass incarceration by disrupting the money bail system, one person at a time.Black Lives Matter: A global organization in the US, UK and Canada, whose mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes. Campaign Zero: Utilizes research-based policy solutions to end police brutality in the U.S. Color Of Change: The nation’s largest online racial justice organization. The Innocence Project: Exonerates the wrongly convicted through DNA testing and reforms the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.Movement for Black Lives: Supports Black-led rapid response efforts and long-term strategy, policy and infrastructure investments in the movement ecosystem. NAACP: NAACP’s mission is to secure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons. National Bail Fund Network: A full directory of bail funds by stateNational Bail Out:  A Black-led and Black-centered collective of abolitionist organizers, lawyers and activists building a community-based movement to support our folks and end systems of pretrial detention and ultimately mass incarceration.***Don't forget June is also Pride month -- visit GRAPHICPAINT for links to LGBTQ+ organizations supporting people of colorTill next week...
My conversation with Jonas, a grad student and photographer who has already come to know more about himself sexually at the age of 24 than most people do in a lifetime. We talk about what being queer means to him and all the many many things he's explored so far. If you'd like to connect with Jonas, here are his social profiles and links to his photography:FetLife ProfileInstagramPhotography Til next week!
For those of you who are unaware, May has come to be known as Masturbation Month. In honor of this, I am sharing with you 4 brief clips personal, masturbation audio porn. But first! I answer the most frequently asked questions I've gotten about masturbation, and specifically, masturbation during quarantine.Enjoy! Til next week...
An interview with a woman in her late 20s... Do intimacy, relationships and sex all go together? Does one negate the other? Does waiting to have sex really matter? Is a deep connection more important than sexual compatibility and vice versa? We talk about all these things and more.And just a reminder, whatever your opinion, and however you live your life, if it works for you, then that's all that matters.Til next week!
My interview with Tom, a gentleman with a traumatic brain injury who struggles with maintaining sexual health. We talk about the challenges that come from living with a disability, the toll of mental stress, and the importance of sharing one's story.Sex and disability are both spoken about far too little -- if you are struggling with your own challenges, reach out to the show at and let's talk about it...Til next week 
Hey! Guess who just found out that April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month? It's me... I guess it was good ol' serendipity that prompted my publishing an interview with an LCSW who focuses on sexual assault awareness last week! Anyway!Today I read (yes read) two essays I wrote within the last few years detailing a handful of the sexual assaults I've experienced so far and then give some candid background and followup after each. The links for the essays are below along with a 3rd bonus essay detailing some more assault but also some thoughts on consent.If you have a sexual assault/abuse story, I'd love to talk to you -- either on the show or otherwise. These experiences need to be shared! sexcompod@gmail.comLINKS (via Medium):Rapist Vs. Partner"Stealthing," A ReviewOn Consent And Being Bullied As A Grown-Ass Woman
An interview with Andrew Pari, LCSW, a licensed clinical social worker, and psychotherapist. He is also the founder of Sexual Assault Awareness, an organization dedicated to treating and raising awareness of sexualized violence. I met Andrew earlier this year at the Positive Sexuality Conference in California where he gave a presentation titled Guided Rape Exposure Treatment, A Proposed Model.Andrew focuses his work on the controversial & taboo topics that most in his field won’t address, including specialized populations in the sex trade and human trafficking. He is also writing the first book on the arousal experience in sexual assault to help rape victims and therapists understand this response, hence the subject of his conference presentationAs you might expect, given the nature of his work, Andrew and I have a shared interest in discussing the things most people won’t - so who better to interview for this show!We talk in depth about his professional work but of course, we also get into the intimate nitty gritty of his personal, sexuality as is customary on this show. LINKSSexual Assault AwarenessCenter for Positive Sexuality
Today's audio porn episode features masturbation with a butt plug (and a vibrator, and a squirting orgasm). My inspiration for this episode was a couple I interviewed a few months ago, C & H. Listen to their episode, Episode 91: When "C" Met "H" And Then Got FreakyThe episode that inspired C & H: Episode 101: A Couple Uses Toys (And Oral, And Oil, And Toe Sucking...)PSA: We need more audio porn!! Please help!***Also! Our new home on the interwebs! - and on Twitter: next week!
Episode 105: Is Porn Bad?

Episode 105: Is Porn Bad?


An interview with a 20-something guy about his feelings on pornography. Is it addictive? Is it bad? We get into all the things! Along with personal sex stuff because that’s how we do here. Enjoy!And here is a great post with lots of links to independent, ethical and feminist porn — give it a look!Till next week…
My interview with local sex-positive hero, Effy Blue. We discuss relationship and sexual histories, trauma, healing, and the work she does around relationships and sex.Effy Blue is a relationship expert specializing in non-monogamy and other alternative structures. Her coaching philosophy, Relationship by Design, abandons the one-size-fits-all relationship structure that is heavily prescribed by our society. Instead, it advocates conscious and active design of relationships in service of those in it. Effy guides and facilitates this creative process by fearlessly asking the tough questions while constructively offering thoughtful insights. Besides coaching, Effy builds a growing community of Curious Foxes, leads panels and workshops, and speaks at relationship and sexuality conferences around the country.Find and connect with Effy:Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: @coacheffyblue / @wearecuriousfoxeseffyblue.comwearecuriousfoxes.comaloha@effyblue.comTill next week!
Hey folks! Special edition of “How I Got Off” to share some helpful tips on sexual satisfaction in the time of Coronavirus AND a link to a Zoom interview I’m doing later tonight (3/26 at 7pm EST).UPDATE Interview ended - link removed***Here are some tips for how to enjoy sex and to avoid spreading COVID-19 from nyc.govKnow how COVID-19 spreads.You can get COVID-19 from a person who has it.The virus can spread to people who are within about 6 feet of a person with COVID-19 when that person coughs or sneezes.The virus can spread through direct contact with their saliva or mucus.We still have a lot to learn about COVID-19 and sex.COVID-19 has been found in feces of people who are infected with the virus.COVID-19 has not yet been found in semen or vaginal fluid.We know that other coronaviruses do not efficiently transmit through sex.Have sex with people close to you.You are your safest sex partner. Masturbation will not spread COVID-19, especially if you wash your hands (and any sex toys) with soap and water for at least 20 seconds before and after sex.The next safest partner is someone you live with. Having close contact — including sex — with only a small circle of people helps prevent spreading COVID-19.You should avoid close contact — including sex — with anyone outside your household. If you do have sex with others, have as few partners as possible.If you usually meet your sex partners online or make a living by having sex, consider taking a break from in-person dates. Video dates, sexting or chat rooms may be options for you.Take care during sex.Kissing can easily pass COVID-19. Avoid kissing anyone who is not part of your small circle of close contacts.Rimming (mouth on anus) might spread COVID-19. Virus in feces may enter your mouth.Condoms and dental dams can reduce contact with saliva or feces, especially during oral or anal sex.Washing up before and after sex is more important than ever.Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.Wash sex toys with soap and warm water.Disinfect keyboards and touch screens that you share with others (for video chat, for watching pornography or for anything else).Skip sex if you or your partner is not feeling well.If you or a partner may have COVID-19, avoid sex and especially kissing.If you start to feel unwell, you may be about to develop symptoms of COVID-19, which include fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath.If you or your partner has a medical condition that can lead to more severe COVID-19, you may also want to skip sex.Medical conditions include lung disease, heart disease, diabetes, cancer or a weakened immune system (for example, having unsuppressed HIV and a low CD4 count).Prevent HIV, other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unplanned pregnancy.HIV: Condoms, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and having an undetectable viral load all help prevent HIV. For more information, visit and search HIV.Other STIs: Condoms help prevent other STIs. Visit ny
My interview with Dr. Kerry Kott… join us for a conversation about discovery, communication, healing, experimentation and optimism in the face of trauma.Afterward, check out my guest’s podcast: The Universe Made Me Do ItTo find out more about her work, visit her website and check out her InstagramTill next week, stay safe!
Listen to a woman cum many, many times as her partner licks her feet, sucks her toes, massages her with oil, eats her out and uses multiple vibrators over the course of 20+ minutes…Btw, this is a couple married for 28 fucking years. Don’t even try to say married sex can’t be hot AF!Many thanks to the sexy listeners who submitted this clip!Here are the two toys used in the audio:Njoy Pure WandMagic Wand**Update on SXSW: the event was cancelled (thank you to all the listeners who wrote in to comfort me!) but unfortunately the trip was non-refundable so I’m still flying to Austin, heading out today. I’ve been working hard to arrange alternate events to get some value out of the excursion — I will be doing a webcast (or two!) plus I’ve booked an in-person slot at Grit Daily House for tomorrow, Friday March 13 at 12:30pm at this event:Grit Daily House Live!More to come as things become definite… I will be sharing the webcast with you all so stay tuned!Till next week…
100 EPISODES CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?!?!?Today’s show is one of my all-time favorite conversations — an interview with Lydia, an artist, content creator, sex worker, trans woman, etc… She has so many wonderful experiences to share and does so with such insight and humor that I just know you’ll love this episode as much as I do.And stay tuned till the very end when I share some very important updates regarding this show!!!Till next week…
Hey folks! Welcome to the audio porn follow-up to last weeks’s interview, Episode 98: All About Attending Sex PartiesNOTE: this is not a recording of a sex party, but of my guest from the last episode, “BlackKnight,” masturbating in front of an audience for the first time.Till next week!
Today’s interview is Part 1 of a 2-part series — next week’s episode will be audio porn featuring the same guestThe conversation I have with “BlackKnight” centers around the reality of attending sex parties. It just so happens my guest has been to quite a few and as a self-identified shy and anxious person, I think a lot of folks out there will relate to his perspective.Our talk also covers race play; the first event my guest attended was an interracial swingers party. Race also factors into his personal explorations and porn use.Till next week!
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