Click here to listen to my most recent podcast.
My apologies in getting this up a day and a half late. There’s been a nice little wave of change since my last podcast, and I’m pretty excited to see what the future has in store.
First off, I launched an official Facebook fan page for all of my work (articles, podcasts, Instagram quote posts, etc.) on love, dating, and relationships, so if you could give me a “like” and/or a review over there, I would immensely appreciate it!
Secondly, I will be launching an official weekly podcast starting on Jan. 2, 2017 discussing all things love, dating, relationships, and sex. I’m still trying to finalize a name for the show, but I wanted to let you know what is in store. There will still be a weekly podcast through December, although those will be beta test episodes to build an audience and give people a preview of what they can expect.
All podcasts will be recorded and published through Bumpers, which is a relatively new application for smartphones and one that I’m absolutely in love with. It’s free to download, but you also don’t need to have the app to listen to episodes. (If you do download, please subscribe!)
My latest podcast talks about this past Sunday, where I spent the night in four different gay bars in New York City. If you missed it up top, you can listen by clicking here.
For those who are offended by topic or think that I’m seeking praise for being a straight man who went to a gay bar, I want to assure you that the reason I decided to focus this week’s episode on this has nothing to do with wanting a reward for being a decent human being and everything to do with showing people: (a) It’s not a big deal to go to a gay bar as a straight person; and (b) How not to be an ignorant ass.