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Jan 12 2017

Episode 038: Opening Up

Episode the thirty-eighth; wherein the Pageist (briefly) returns to her roots, explains why your neurotransmitters LIE and shares some exciting news about the site. The book reviewed is Opening Up: A Guide to Creating and Sustaining Open Relationships by Tristan Taormino.

.48 Intro & Announcements:

  • A new Facebook follow: Welcome to Richard! And a new like from Darkling. Hellooooo!
  • The listener in Djibouti makes me laugh because he reminds me of me.
  • The show & site has a new Patron: BIG thanks to Barrett! Check out the perks of supporting the show over here.
  • The mobile version of the site is getting a swanky upgrade next month! I am very excited!
  • If you haven’t already, check out The Cage. I reviewed the site here.
  • Episode thirty-five–where I talk about dealing with depression and how the site and podcast have helped me enormously.

4.58 My Submissive Life:

  • A sample of my original accent and how changing the accents we’re born with is similar to challenging unhelpful beliefs.

9.45 Book Review:

28.33 Closing Remarks:

3 comments

  1. Darkling Muse

    You’re not the only one who uses acting techniques to change their voice…. Lexi says I should let you hear my native accent sometime (only because it amsuses her when it breaks through when I’m tired or having been visiting home)!

    Though we would have lost any bet on actually guessing what yours had been, it does account for the nice soft vowels you use sometimes…. Mmm… Vocal geekery.

    Muse x

    1. thepageist

      I didn’t think you sounded like you were from … Nottingham? but didn’t want to say anything. Walter is from Hereford, but he doesn’t have a typical accent, either, and when he puts it on (and sings about combine harvesters) it cracks me up.

      1. Darkling Muse

        Not Nottingham no. Though I sing good songs about combine harvesters, hehe 🙂 Your joke about Vicki Pollard was prophetic….

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