Ira Madison III launches Keep It! with a discussion of the Golden Globes, Time’s Up, why Woody Allen has remained unscathed during the #MeToo movement, Tessa Thompson’s unnecessary apology to Lena Dunham, and social media’s fervor for Oprah to run in 2020. He’s joined by staff writer for “Grown-ish” Kara Brown and comedian and writer Louis Virtel to break down the news and name every Meryl Streep Oscar nomination.
This week, sex education instructor Kim Cavill (@sexposparenting) is back on the pod to answer your (adult) questions about perhaps the messiest coalition of all: sex. We discuss when and how to talk to your kids about porn [2:46], what to do if a friend tells you they’ve experienced a sexual assault [56:13], plus the importance of asking for what you want [64:57]. Kim’s website, Tea and Intimacy, is at https://www.teaandintimacy.com/. If you have had experience with any kind of sexual assault or violation, you are not alone. There is help. Two resources available: - RAINN (the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network): Call their hotline (800-656-4673) or use their anonymous chat feature at their website, RAINN.org - The Crisis Text Line is anonymous and available 24 hours a day to help with a wide variety of problems, including sexual assault and mental health or just an emotionally difficult time: 741741. For men, specifically, 1in6.org is here to help, as well.