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MSV Show Notes: April 6, 2016: Sex & Vegans + Poplar Spring Sanctuary

Link to listen direct: http://www.unity.fm/episode/MainStreetVegan_040616

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Let’s start with one of the happiest places on earth: a beautiful sanctuary for formerly farmed animals! In our Seasonal Sanctuary Stroll, we are featuring for spring 2016 the idyllic Poplar Spring Sanctuary, Poolesville, Maryland, a leisurely drive from Washington, DC, and speaking with Poplar Spring’s co-founder and co-director Terry Cummings. She tells the story of an incredible little pig who fought for his life and is having a lovely one at Poplar Spring.

Website: www.animalsanctuary.org

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Poplar-Spring-Animal-Sanctuary-327928947366/

Twitter: @poplarspring

Instagram: @poplarspringsanctuary

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And our main stage guest is August McLaughlin, award-winning health and sexuality writer and host and creator of Girl Boner(r), the popular blog and podcast. Her latest book is Embraceable: Empowering Facts and True Stories About Women SexualityAugust inspires women to feel better about their bodies and themselves, and she is a committed vegan discussing her youthful modeling career and overcoming anorexia, body image, embracing our sexuality, and the value of the romantic dinner.

Website: www.augustmclaughlin.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MyGirlBoner and https://www.facebook.com/AugustMcLaughlin/

Twitter: @AugustMcLaughlin

Instagram: @AugustMcLaughlin

Blast from the past: If you enjoyed August McLaughlin’s take on enlightened sexuality, check out this episode featuring Drs. Brian Clement and Anna Maria Clement, of Hippocrates Health Institute, discussing their book, 7 Keys to Lifelong Sexual Vitalityhttp://www.unity.fm/episode/MainStreetVegan_111412.

 

Comments

  1. This is a practical and particularly thoughtful discussion on healthy sexuality. Indeed, August McLaughlin brings a fresh perspective to sexuality–mindful and compassionate–so akin to the vegan lifestyle. I really enjoyed the podcast. Thank you!