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A podcast about sex for everyone, no matter your preferences, orientation, or relationship style — based on the popular live Chicago talk show, hosted by sex educator Karen Yates. Panelists, interviews, stories, Q and A, and more reflect a dynamic and all-encompassing view of sexuality. Join the juicy party!
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Pup play, leather, kink, sobriety, and the search for intimacy: In this erotic biography episode, one man shares his journey from Iowa musical theater kid (with a girlfriend) to out-and-proud L.A. leatherman — how he moved out of shame and hiding, and into making the deep relationships he was looking for.History of ‘The Eagle’ leather barsMore about Leather CultureJoin The Afterglow, our monthly membership club, for bonus creator notes, monthly sexpert Q&As, and more! Or make a one-time donation to support our sex-forward content.Want to read a book mentioned on the podcast? Check out our Bookshop page — support the show and independent booksellers at the same time!Get more Wild & Sublime on Facebook, Instagram, and TwitterLike the show? Leave a rating and review on your podcast app!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
What’s the state of dating during COVID now? Get the lowdown. We follow up with hashtag open's Sarah Sloane on dating and hookups a year into the pandemic and get tips you can use. Plus, Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound on staying steady in hard times.In this episode:#open - dating app for nonmonogamous people and their partnersTazima Parris, sex coachWild & Sublime: Episode 1 - COVID and Getting LaidFind us online:Wild & Sublime on InstagramWild & Sublime on TwitterWild & Sublime FacebookWant a sneak peek into the sex-forward topics featured on the show? Join The Afterglow, our monthly membership club on Patreon — now with Karen’s behind-the-scenes Creator Notes! Levels start at $5/month. PLUS, sign up by Feb. 28 and get a free download of any title from SinCyr Publishing’s erotic lit catalogue! Put some sizzle in your winter reading...Our listeners get 10% off überlube premium silicone lubricant with code WILD at checkout. Free shipping in the US!Like the show? Leave a rating and review on your podcast app!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
Andropause: Is it real? Sexperts chat about testosterone and sex drive as we age and offer surefire suggestions for upping your mojo. We also tackle desire discrepancy in relationships. And a storyteller recounts losing his virginity in the height of a Texas heat wave.Therapists Korey McWilliams and Jason Best, and sex coach and pleasure mentor Tazima Parris respond to a listener’s question about andropause and reduced sex drive. Excerpted from this month’s bonus Q&A on The Afterglow, our members’ club on Patreon. Want to join? Right this way...Karen interviews sexologist Jo Flannery on desire discrepancy in couples, and the different kinds of sexual desire. Recorded live in September 2019 at Constellation Chicago.  Sept 2019 showAlan Colorado tells the story of losing his virginity as a teen in Texas. Recorded live in May 2019 at Constellation Chicago. May 2019 showTired of the ice outdoors? Why not stay inside and get slippery? Use code WILD for 10% off überlube silicone lubricant! Free shipping in the US.In this episode:Korey McWilliamsJason Best - Best TherapiesTazima Parris - Infinite RelatingJo Flannery - Indulge in Bliss Alan ColoradoSign up for The Afterglow in February and get a free download of any title from the SinCyr Publishing erotic lit catalogue! Starts at just $5 a month. Available until Feb 28. Or make a one-time contribution to support our sex-positive podcasting.Feedback makes us better! Leave a rating and review in your podcast app and let us know what you think.Überlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
It’s Carnival next week, and we’re diving into the eroticism of this major festival. Sexologist and theatre artist Onika Henry joins Karen for a deep talk on the community, sexual freedom, and the roots of resistance that can be seen in the Carnival of Trinidad and Tobago.Onika Henry Onika’s Tedx talkA Valentine’s treat at The Afterglow! Sign up for our monthly membership program on Patreon in February and get  a free book download -- any title from the SinCyr Publishing erotic lit catalogue! Starts at just $5 a month. Available until Feb 28. Come join the club! There’s a bunch of benefits. Or make a one-time contribution to support our sex-positive podcasting.Wild & Sublime listeners get 10% off überlube premium silicone lubricant! Use code: WILD at checkout. Free shipping in the US!Find us online:Wild & Sublime on InstagramWild & Sublime on TwitterWild & Sublime FacebookLike the show? Leave a rating and review on your podcast app!Überlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
Snowed in? How about some spicy reading material to keep you warm and cozy? Karen interviews therapist Meg Weber on her new memoir about a BDSM relationship, and publisher Sienna Saint-Cyr speaks about creating the consent-based erotica they always wanted to read. Plus Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound on following your hunches.Therapist and writer Meg Weber reads from and discusses A Year of Mr. Lucky, her memoir of a yearlong correspondence and relationship with a Dom she first met online.Publisher Sienna Saint-Cyr talks about the origins of SinCyr Publishing, their company focused on producing erotic literature that actively includes consent. Host Karen Yates’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound on following your hunches to change your life.A Valentine’s Day bonus in The Afterglow! Everyone who signs up to be part of our monthly membership program on Patreon receives a free e-book download — any title from the SinCyr catalogue! Starts at just $5 a month. Available until Feb 28. Come join the club!Buy A Year of Mr. Lucky or Kintsugi on our Bookshop affiliate page and support Wild & Sublime!10% off überlube premium silicone lubricant! Use code: WILD at checkout. Free shipping in the US!Follow us!Wild & Sublime on InstagramWild & Sublime on TwitterWild & Sublime FacebookLike the show? Leave a rating and review on your podcast app!Überlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
Get into Your Body

Get into Your Body

2021-01-2827:47

If you’re not in your body, where are you? Panelists respond to a listener who asks whether checking out during sex might be a sign of trauma. And a somatic therapist leads a guided visualization to bring pleasure into daily experiences. A sneak peek of a recent Q&A from The Afterglow, our monthly membership club. Somatic educator, body worker, and empowerment self-defense teacher Diane Long; kinkster and relationship coach Peter (aka MksThingsHappin); and psychotherapist Matthew Amador answer listener questions on sex and relationships.Somatic psychotherapist and relationship coach Elmo Painter leads a visualization exercise aimed at bringing body pleasure into bothersome life situations. Recorded live at Constellation in Chicago in July 2019.Get slippery! 10% off Uberlube with code WILD (Plus free shipping in the US!)In this episode:Diane LongPeter (Mksthingshappin on FetLife)Matthew Amador Elmo Painter July 2019 live showWant to peek behind the curtain? Join our monthly membership program The Afterglow. Or make a one-time contribution.Pitch us an article!What’s true about sex is true about podcasting: feedback makes us better! Leave a rating and review in your podcast app and let us know what you think.Überlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
Are you saying what you really feel and want in the sexual arena? Panelists offer strategies on communication — before, during, and after sex. Plus Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound on anxiety and what it takes to move forward.Sex and intimacy coach Tazima Parris, sex-positive psychotherapist Brandon Hunter-Haydon, and kinkster and coach Peter (aka MksThingsHappin) discuss strategies for communicating with partners. Recorded lives at Constellation Chicago in May 2019.Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound on moving through cycles of anxiety and changing our own narrative. Also recorded live at Constellation in May 2019. Get 10% off Uberlube with code WILD (Plus free shipping in the US!)In this episode:Tazima ParrisPeter aka MksThingsHappin (Contact him on FetLife at Mksthingshappin)Brandon Hunter-Haydon May 2019 live show Want more? Join our monthly membership program The Afterglow or make a one-time contributionPitch us an article!What’s true about sex is true about podcasting: feedback makes us better! Leave a rating and review in your podcast app and let us know what you think.Überlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
What kind of relationships do you want to make? In this deep long-form conversation for ALL relational styles, ethical nonmonogamists discuss relationship structures, communication skills, trust, jealousy, and the all-important work of getting to know ourselves. Plus Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound. A discussion on ethical nonmonogamy and what people in monogamous relationships can learn from ENM, with author and raconteur Cooper S. Beckett; Maile, Director of Product at #open (the dating app for ethically nonmonogamous people and their partners); and Gabrielle Smith, sex and relationship writer and ethical nonmonogamy advocateA Sermon on the Pubic Mound excerpted from classic ENM text The Ethical Slut Get 10% off überlube with code WILD (Plus free shipping in the US!)In this episode:Gabrielle SmithCooper Beckett#open  The Ethical Slut Join our monthly membership program The Afterglow or make a one-time contributionPitch us an article!What’s true about sex is true about podcasting: feedback makes us better! Leave a rating and review in your podcast app and let us know what you think.Überlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
What would you do if you had complete body confidence in sexual situations? Our audience responds. Panelists offer strategies for getting out of your head and leading with pleasure. Plus Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound. Panelists discuss the roots of body shame and techniques to get out of it. Featuring psychotherapist Niquie Dworkin, sex-positive psychologist Pat Cochran, and Matthew Amador, a psychotherapist for love, sex, and gender rebels. Recorded live at Constellation in Chicago, November 2019.Anonymous audience responses to the prompt: “If I had total body confidence, I’d…”Host Karen Yates offers a Sermon on advertising, reality, and owning your own pleasure. Also recorded live at Constellation in Chicago, November 2019.Get 10% off Uberlube with code WILD (Plus free shipping in the US!)Niquie DworkinMatthew AmadorPat CochranPat’s article: The One Thing That Keeps Us from Our PowerPitch us an article!Join our monthly membership club The Afterglow or make a one-time contribution to our workWhat’s true in sex is true in podcasting: feedback makes us better! Leave a rating and review in your podcast app and let us know what you think.Überlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
Your True Sexual Self

Your True Sexual Self

2020-12-3148:23

When it comes to sex, who are you… really? In this cabaret-style episode, Sarah Sloane defines demisexual, aromantic, and asexual — and why labels are good as we understand more deeply who we are. Panelists offer tips to avoid projecting old experiences onto new relationships. And a storyteller shares how becoming a Domme helped her discover her true self.What’s Up with That?: Sarah Sloane of #open, the dating site for nonmonogamous people and their partners, joins host Karen Yates to define asexual, aromantic, and demisexual, and discuss why these newer terms are important to folks who use themQ&A: In a sneak-peek of content from The Afterglow, our exclusive online clubhouse, sex & relationship coach Tazima Parris and sex-positive therapists Brandon Hunter-Haydon and Jason Best answer questions submitted by membersStoryteller Lily Be tells how getting into kink helped her discover her power and her own deep sexual identity (it might not be what you think!). Recorded live at Constellation Chicago in March 2020.In this episode:#openTazima Parris  Brandon Hunter-Haydon Best TherapiesLily BeWant some more? Step into ✨The Afterglow✨Follow W&S on Instagram, Twitter & FacebookSign up for twice-monthly e-blasts on our website  Books mentioned on the podWhat’s true about sex is true about podcasting: feedback makes us better! Leave a rating and review in your podcast app and let us know what you think.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
"It's dress-up, it's try-on, it's 'let's see,' it's what else, who else am I?" Karen interviews somatic sex educator captain snowdon on developing a mindful erotic practice that centers pleasure and embodiment. Plus, a joyful poem for Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound.Tis the season… to join The Afterglow! Come visit our members-only virtual afterparty with bonus goodies galore, starting at $5/month. Or make a one-time donation to support our ongoing sex-positive work.In this episode...Somatic sex educator and sexological bodyworker captain snowdoncaptain snowdon’s CONVIVEInstitute for the Study of Somatic Sex Educationcaptain's Spotify playlistsPoet James BroughtonFollow us on Twitter!Don’t forget InstagramHow about Facebook?Wild & Sublime onlineBooks mentioned on the pod - A James Broughton ReaderLike the show? Leave a rating and review on your podcast app! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
Monogamous, polyam, kinky or solo — we all get into sex ruts! Our panel discusses how to climb on out and bring a sense of play back into your sex life. Plus Karen's Sermon on the Pubic Mound on confronting trauma when trying new things.In this episode:sex-positive therapist Jason Bestsex and intimacy coach Tazima Parrissex educator Heather RiderMating in Captivity by Esther PerelCome as You Are by Emily NagoskiScience for Sexual Happiness by Caffyn JesseAll the books in this episodeThe Gottman InstituteWild & Sublime on InstagramWild & Sublime on TwitterWild & Sublime FacebookThe Afterglow: Support us for as little as $5/month. Get your questions answered, plus Q&A audio each month! Or make a one-time contribution here. Thank you!Love the show? Leave a rating and review on your podcast app! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
What’s it like to embark on a new sexual lifestyle in middle age? Or to figure out—after unfulfilling long-term relationships—what kind of sexual being you want to become? Two real people tell their stories. Plus, Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound about the possibility of change.In this episode:Check out our monthly membership perks in The Afterglow, starting at $5/month. Or make a one-time contribution to our work.Therapist Pat Cochran tells the story of her development as a sexual person, from teen years to 60 and beyond. Recorded live at The Boxcar in Chicago, January 2020.Kinkster and Dom Peter aka MksThingsHappin talks about getting into kink after 40, and discusses elements of his current 24/7 lifestyle. Recorded live at The Boxcar, Chicago, June 2019.Full Color Life TherapyPeter aka MksThingsHappinFollow Wild & Sublime!InstagramFacebookTwitterWant to get updates and articles in your inbox? Sign up for twice-monthly email on our website.Need a great gift idea? Books mentioned on the podcast are all available on our Bookshop page!What’s true in sex is true in podcasting: feedback makes us better! Rate and review us on your podcast app and let us know how you like it.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
Taming Jealousy

Taming Jealousy

2020-11-1234:17

Thinking of opening up your relationship? Planning a three-way? Or just chatting with new people at a virtual party? All great and highly recommended, but… what happens when jealousy enters the room? Our panel offers strategies for talking down the green-eyed monster. Plus, a storyteller’s forays into nudity on the internet, and Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound on sex-positive community. Wild & Sublime will be taking a 3 week break after this to plan our next season!Panel talk on jealousy featuring sex & intimacy coach Tazima Parris, sex coach Caitlin V Neal, and sex-positive psychotherapist Brandon Hunter-Haydon. Recorded live at our December 2018 showActor and disability activist Terri Lynne Hudson performs her story “I’m Naked on the Internet and You Can Too!” Originally included in our April 2019 live showHost Karen Yates’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound on sex-positive community, recorded live in December 2018Links:Jealousy in a 3-Way The Jealousy WorkbookCaitlin V NealTazima ParrisBrandon Hunter-HaydonTerri Lynne HudsonHey, what’s The Afterglow? Sign up for membership benefits!Follow us online! Wild & Sublime @wildandsublime on Instagram, Facebook, and TwitterWhat’s true in sex is true in podcasting: feedback makes us better! Rate and review us on your podcast app and let us know how you like it.Überlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
As we face another round of public-space restrictions this fall due to a rise in COVID cases, we wanted to revisit this episode. Our panel gives great suggestions for thriving during this strange time, especially if you and your partner both work from home (and maybe also have kids). Plus a sexy Burning Man story, and host Karen Yates’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound.Sex & intimacy coach Tazima Parris, sex-positive psychotherapist Matthew Amador, and Sarah Sloane, Director of Operations and Communications for #open, return from episode one to talk about sex in long-term relationships during the COVID pandemic. David, co-founder of OUTspoken, a live LGBTQ storytelling event in Chicago, tells the tale of one sexy afternoon at Burning Man. From our first live show, October 2018 at Stage 773.Host Karen Yates closes the episode with a Sermon on the Pubic Mound about being present in our bodies in the moment.On Bookshop, you can buy books we mention on the show and support Wild & Sublime and independent booksellers at the same time! You can also check out the list on our website. Links:Tazima ParrisMatthew AmadorSarah SloaneOUTspoken LGBTQ StorytellingOctober 2018 Live ShowAre you in our membership club? Starting this month, sex experts will answer anonymous sex and relationship questions just for our Patreon members. Available at all levels. What's your question?Follow us online! Wild & Sublime @wildandsublime on Instagram, Facebook, and TwitterWhat’s true in sex is true in podcasting: feedback makes us better! Rate and review us on your podcast app and let us know what you think.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
How far would you go to feel better? Karen speaks with Christie Tate, author of the memoir Group on writing about sex, listening to the body, and her quest for intimacy through an unconventional process of radical transparency. Group is the November 2020 selection for Reese Witherspoon’s book club and a New York Times bestseller.Links:Christie Tate“Group” on BookshopAre you in our membership club? Starting Nov 1, sex experts will answer anonymous sex and relationship questions just for our Patreon members every month. Available at all levels. Got a sex question?Not ready to commit? You can also make a one-time donation to our ongoing sex-positive work on the pod and beyond.On Bookshop, you can buy books we mention on the show and support Wild & Sublime and independent booksellers at the same time! You can also check out the list on our website. What’s true in sex is true in podcasting: feedback makes us better! Rate and review us on your podcast app and let us know what you think.Überlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Überlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
Anything that Moves

Anything that Moves

2020-10-2238:56

Bisexual? Pansexual? Heteroflexible? What's up with that? Plus, our panel answers questions about kink, queerness, and LTRs from a live audience. A storyteller shares spicy episodes from his erotic life. Then, a Sermon on the Pubic Mound on owning your pleasure.What’s Up with That? Sarah Sloane joins Karen to sort through the nuances of “bisexual,” “pansexual,” and “heteroflexible” in collaboration with #open, the dating app for ethically nonmonogamous people and their partnersQ&A: Audience questions answered by kinkster and Dom Peter aka MksThingsHappin, sex writer Jera Brown of Rebellious Magazine, and sex-positive therapist Elmo Painter; recorded live at our July 2019 live showStoryteller David recalls spontaneous sexy interludes of days gone by, and how they came about; recorded live at our July 2019 live showSermon on the Pubic Mound on comparisons, the stories in our heads, and owning the responsibility for our own pleasureLinks:#openElmo PainterJera BrownOUTspoken LGBTQ StoriesJuly 2019 live showBooks mentioned on our podSex-positive resources for joining communities and moreGet ready! Starting Nov 1, sex experts will answer anonymous sex and relationship questions just for our Patreon members every month. Available at any level. Got a sex question?Unreleased audio of this episode's panel Q&A is available to Lounge Level members on Patreon. Join the juicy partyOn Bookshop, you can find books we mention on the show, while supporting Wild & Sublime and independent booksellers at the same time! You can also check out the list on our website. What’s true in sex is true in podcasting: feedback makes us better! Leave a rating or review on your podcast app and let us know what you think.Überlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
Erotic Creativity

Erotic Creativity

2020-10-1557:58

Are you stuck in a sex rut? Karen talks with three knowledgeable guests from different corners of the sex-positive world about erotic creativity and how to sustain it. Their juicy in-depth conversation ranges from roleplay and kink to tantra and mindfulness. Guests:Corinne Diachuk is an advanced teacher of Therapeutic Yoga, a somatic sex educator,  and a faculty member at the Institute for the Study of Somatic EducationGoddess Erica is a Sexual Empowerment Coach, Orgasmic Birth Doula, and DominatrixBrandon Hunter-Haydon (a veteran guest on our live shows) is a psychotherapist, group facilitator, and sexual health advocateLinks:NewCity interview with Karen YatesInstitute for the Study of Somatic EducationThe Erotic Mind by Jack MorinLove the show? Support our work by making a one-time contribution! Show your love Or support us monthly and get fun benefits. Memberships start at $5/month. Join the club Purchase Jack Morin’s The Erotic Mind (along with all the books mentioned on the pod!) on Bookshop and you’ll be supporting independent booksellers AND Wild & Sublime! Browse our shelves What’s true in sex is true in podcasting: feedback makes us better! Please leave a rating or review on your podcast app and let us know how you like it.Überlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
Queerness and MORE

Queerness and MORE

2020-10-0830:04

Queer once meant gay, but does it still? Sarah Sloane talks gay vs. queer, and how a once-maligned word has taken on expansive new meaning. Matt Griffo sings a spooky-sexy song. Aiden Nicholson discusses the joys and importance of regular STI testing and getting comfy talking to partners about sexual health. Karen shares a sexy poem by Nobel Prize winner Louise Glück.Sarah Sloane of #open, the dating app for ethically non-monogamous people and their partners, joins What’s Up with That? to discuss the terms “gay,” “queer,” and beyondMatt Griffo sings “Monster Party in My Pants” from his new Halloween album, “Songs for Monsters”Karen interviews Advanced Practice Nurse and midwife Aiden Nicholson about learning to talk comfortably with partners about STI status, and the importance (and fun!) of getting tested regularly. Recorded live at our May 2019 show.Sermon on the Pubic Mound: Karen shares Louise Glück’s poem “The Encounter”Links:#open Howard Brown Health in ChicagoPoet Louise GlückMatt Griffo’s “Songs for Monsters”Support Wild & Sublime with a one-time donation!Hear a bonus song by Matt Griffo when you become a monthly Wild & Sublime supporter at any level! Here’s howWhat’s true in sex is true in podcasting: feedback makes us better! Leave a rating or review on your podcast app and let us know how you like it.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
Fantasy and Taboo

Fantasy and Taboo

2020-10-0146:45

The great philosopher Ludacris once asked, “What’s your fantasy?” Our panel discusses how to make your fantasies reality—or not. Therapist Carrie Jameson shares details about how to find a therapist who’s cool with kink. And Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound about getting erotically comfortable with yourself.Panel discussion: “How do I live my fantasy?” with Mx. Maya, education coordinator at kinky summer camp Twisted Tryst; Caitlin V. Neal, sex and relationship coach; and Brandon Hunter-Haydon, sex-positive psychotherapist. Recorded live in November 2018.Karen interviews therapist Carrie Jameson, about the development of kink practice guidelines for therapists and why that’s important for people wanting a sex-positive therapist. Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound on erotic pottery from the ancient world, and what it can tell us about the crucial work of getting comfortable with yourself, whatever your sexual preferences. Recorded live in December 2019.Links:Caitlin V NealTwisted TrystYes No Maybe ListKink Clinical Practice Guidelines ProjectKink And Poly Aware Professionals DirectoryMoche erotic potteryBooks mentioned in this episode:The Conscious Sexual Self Workbook Sexual Outsiders: Understanding BDSM Sexualities and CommunitiesBuy books mentioned on the podcast through our Bookshop affiliate link and you’ll be supporting independent booksellers AND Wild & Sublime! Here's the full listWant to know more about Twisted Tryst, the Midwest’s kinky summer camp? Wild & Sublime Patreon members get access to a ”virtual walking tour” recorded live onstage at our March 2019 show — let Mx. Maya and Karen show you around the campground! Become a supporterÜberlube Überlube makes sex better for everyone by reducing friction, not sensation!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
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