JKS 40 Kids Talk
WOW! June 2020. WTF?
This episode marks THREE YEARS of our little podcast!
It has been a long, emotional journey for us and we honestly appreciate those of you who listen.
This episode also feels like our “JUMP THE SHARK” episode. LOL
Should you tell your children about the lifestyle?
How do you decide & how do you do it?
Listen to what we did and think about what you would do.
Back in late 2019 we knew there was talk among our children about our lifestyle.So we decided it was time to officially come out to our kids.It’s a bit hard to listen to because we recorded while sitting around the dinner table.(yes, we still have dinner together as a family most nights.)
Listen if you dare!
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Curiuos about these and other kinds of open or sex positive relationships?Go visit our friends at Normalizing Non Monogamy podcast. and…Bawdy Storytelling podcast
Other notes: We recommend watching Embarrassing Bodies & Big Mouth on Netflix for relaxing the grip of stigma, fear and poor sexual & relationship education. Other resources to consider…American Sexual Health association- ASHAsexualhealth.org @infoASHAThe- nationalcoalitionforsexualhealth.org @NCSH_stdcheck.com @STDcheckmylabbox.com letsgetchecked.comgettested.cdc.govCourtney Brame from the Podcast & Non-Profit “Something Positive for Positive People”.
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