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The Sex Wrap

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The Sex Wrap

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The Sex Wrap is a sexual health Podcast that was created to help fill the gaping hole in sexuality education. They answer listeners questions each week (or yours today) – typically questions that people are too afraid to ask at home, too embarrassed to ask at school, or too hard to ask their partners. The Sex Wrap is produced by The Podglomerate.
 
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HuffPost congressional reporter Matt Fuller hosts a nonpartisan, four-part series throughout the month of October focused on the midterm elections. Fuller and his guests — including members of Congress, candidates involved in races, partisan operatives, and other reporters — will explore topics including gerrymandering, the shift toward women in the Democratic Party, Nancy Pelosi's influence on races, and Donald Trump’s effect in the midterms and the parties overall. He will drill down on on ...
 
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What happened in the Sixties? How did singers of popular music transform from mere entertainers to the poetic bards of their generation? Were these songs literature? If so, what does that mean? And if not, what exactly are they? In this episode, Jacke talks to the authors of a new book, Poetic Song Verse: Blues-Based Popular Music and Poetry about …
 
Born into a remarkable family full of talented artists, the Irish poet and playwright William Butler Yeats (1865-1938) nevertheless stood out. Deeply immersed in mysticism and the occult - along with Irish politics, the development of the theater, and devotion to advancing the spirit of Ireland's native heritage - Yeats bridged the divide from the …
 
Jacke talks to journalist Tom Roston about his new biography of Kurt Vonnegut, The Writer's Crusade: Kurt Vonnegut and the Many Lives of Slaughterhouse Five. PLUS Jacke reads excerpts from one of Vonnegut's most famous speeches, the address he gave to Agnes Scott College in 1999. Enjoy! Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofli…
 
Feeling grateful, Jacke rummages through the literary storage trunk to find works on gratitude by five poets and essayists: Maya Angelou, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Sharon Olds, Henry David Thoreau, and W,S. Merwin. Enjoy! Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. The History of Literature Podcast is a member of Lit…
 
Some people are resistant to getting their COVID vaccination, and families and friends can really be divided on this. This can cause a lot of negative feelings and stall conversations. Today, we go through how to have these tough conversations. Because these tough conversations are the only way we will actually be able to move people toward vaccina…
 
It's a good day for cooking! First up: Scott Carter, author of the play Discord: The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, and Count Leo Tolstoy, joins Jacke for a look at the gospel as updated by Leo Tolstoy. Then novelist Laurie Frankel (author of One Two Three) stops by for a special Shakespeare game. Hope you enjoy! Help suppor…
 
During her stormy and mysterious life, Eliza Haywood (1693?-1756) was one of the most prolific writers in England. Her "amatory fictions" were unapologetically sensationalistic, earning her the opprobrium of her mostly male critics. But in spite of being described (some might say slandered) by Alexander Pope in his Dunciad, Haywood kept going - act…
 
Today we tackle a big question: was it rape? We talk about what happens when someone realizes an interaction in their past was sexual assault. We talk about how that can happen and the implications. This is one everyone needs to listen to. Believe survivors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
In her new book Read Until You Understand, beloved professor Farah Jasmine Griffin entwines memoir, history, and art in exploring the culture of Black genius and the lessons and legacies of Black lives and literature. In this episode, Professor Griffin joins Jacke for a discussion of her father, the role literature played in her life after her fath…
 
It's a literary feast! National bestselling author Bethany C. Morrow joins Jacke for a discussion of her novel So Many Beginnings: A Little Women Remix, in which four young Black sisters come of age during the American Civil War. PLUS playwright Scott Carter, author of Discord: The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, and Count Le…
 
Consent is simple, but that doesn't mean there's only one definition! Today we talk about different conceptualizations of consent and why the evolution of these definitions is important. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesThe Sex Wrap
 
"I could not write a girls' story," Louisa May Alcott protested after a publisher made a specific request that she do so, "knowing little about any but my own sisters and always preferring boys." But she agreed to try, and the result was Little Women, an immediate bestseller and now a world-famous and well-loved classic. But who was this real-life …
 
Brilliant and contentious, the Swiss-born political philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau (`1712-1768) is one of the key figures of the Enlightenment, with a fame and influence that continues to this day. But although we know him best for his Social Contract, which influenced both the American Constitution writers and the French revolutionaries, in his…
 
Consent is easy, until we involve alcohol. In today's episode we talk about how alcohol affects our ability to give and understand and communicate consent. We talk about measures you can put in place and things you might want to think about when drinking. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Robert Louis Stevenson's classic adventure Treasure Island gave the world a number of familiar pirate tropes, like parrots on shoulders and X marks the spot. But it also helped lock us into a somewhat limited view of life on the high seas. Pirates and piracy have existed in many eras in many different oceans--and not every would-be adventurer is a …
 
Even the best biographical depictions of Oscar Wilde often skip over the years he spent in prison, perhaps because the episode is so sad and painful. But in doing so, they miss the profundity of his life and writings. In this episode, Scott Carter, author of the new play Wilde Man, joins Jacke to talk about Oscar Wilde's time in prison, including t…
 
Happy Halloween! No tricks; only treats here! Today we talk about how to intervene when you see someone who is being harassed. We talk safety, and 5 options for getting involved. And make sure to check out Hollaback and learn about all of their (online, free!) bystrander trainings at: https://www.ihollaback.org/! Learn more about your ad choices. V…
 
The American poet Dana Gioia calls Charles Baudelaire "the first modern poet," adding "In both style and content, his provocative, alluring, and shockingly original work shaped and enlarged the imagination of later poets, not only in his native France but across Europe and the Americas." In this episode, acclaimed translator and poet Aaron Poochigi…
 
In the last episode in the sexual honesty series, we address birth control: how do you go about getting birth control when you don't want your parents to know? Or when there aren't places around you to access reproductive health? Who all deserves to be involved in this decision anyway? To find a clinic in your state: https://sexetc.org/action-cente…
 
The writer, philosopher, and trailblazing feminist Mary Wollstonecraft is perhaps best known as the mother of the author of Frankenstein, but this amazing figure deserves more attention than a line in Mary Shelley's biography. As the author of classic works like Thoughts on the Education of Daughters and A Vindication of the Rights of Women, Wollst…
 
This month's theme is "sexual honesty" and today's episode is all about lies of omission (when you just "forget" to mention something). We talk about the impacts of lies of omission and how you can shift them. Journal articles we mention on the show: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ejsp.2179 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1…
 
Mysteries! Beloved by adults and children alike, it's hard to imagine a genre with a more universal appeal. But what makes mysteries so compelling? What is it about mysteries - and human beings, for that matter - that makes mysteries so seductive? And how do authors like Shakespeare and J.K. Rowling turn the mechanics of mystery into the highest ar…
 
If you have a sexually transmitted infection (sometimes called a sexually transmitted disease), it can be hard to know when to disclose that to a new partner. Today we talk about the different situations that may require different times to disclose, and how to do that. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
A special guest stops by to help Jacke talk about life, literature, and one of the world's great masterpieces: The Metamorphosis, by Franz Kafka. Hope you enjoy!Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. (We appreciate it!) Find out more at historyofliterature.com, jackewilson.com, or by following Jacke and Mik…
 
"I don't know where the clitoris is" he said, as if those words excused him from ever helping his partner achieve orgasm. This "mythology" around the clitoris extends into the heterosexual (or people with penises having sex with people with vaginas) sexual scripts. Today we talk about some of the issues related to this, and how to start breaking th…
 
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