Episode the seventy-third; wherein the Pageist talks sex toys–making them and the pros and cons of wood ones–with Richard Carver of Lumberjill.
.45 Intro and Announcements:
- At the start of the third year of the show, a sincere thank you to my patrons and all of the show’s listeners.
- Thank you to Joanna for the generous PayPal donation last month–it was enormously helpful.
- If you use the code ‘pageist’ (without quotes) on Circlet.com you can get 25% off (offer good through the end of March 2018.
- This episode’s interview is the first in a series with sex toy aficionados.
- Richard Carver makes high quality sex toys, art pieces and 3D models by hand out of wood. Wood is light-weight, warms to body temperature quickly and can be used with condoms. It’s not easily sterilisable, however, so once you use it, it’s yours.
- His work is available at SheVibe under the Lumberjill tag.
- You can purchase directly from him, as well as make custom requests from his Etsy shop, Lumberjill.
- There’s much more to see, as well as videos of his work on Instagram, where his handle is @lumberjill_leisurecrafts.
- You can also follow him on Twitter: @ShouldaWooda
- And support his work on Patreon: patreon.com/lumberjill
- Richard also joined me for a few bonus questions, which will be part of the Mix Tape next month.
58.38 Closing Remarks:
- Thank you for tuning in!
- In the next episode I’ll be reviewing (really) Ask: Building Consent Culture edited by Kitty Stryker.
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