TLC is Looking for Couples with One Exhibitionist

Are you an exhibitionist who’s partnered with a non-exhibitionist?

The Learning Channel wants YOU! (Both of you!)

Michele Spinak, producer for TLC’s Strange Sex, is looking for a male-female couple in the 27-45 age range (they’ll go a little older for young-looking/youthful-energy folks) to participate with interviews, and perhaps scenarios, for their show on exhibitionism. They’re not interested in sex worker-exhibitionists — they want to focus on the couple dynamics and one topic at a time. They’d like to find someone who’s into showing off (up to or including public sex) whose partner does not choose to join them for this kind of play.

If you’re interested, please respond to Michele ASAP! They would like to schedule this 2-3 day shoot as soon as possible. There is compensation available for the couple participating in this program. By the way, this production team comes recommended to us by others who’ve been on the show.

Michele Spinak
Sirens Media
office: 301-920-9860
mspinak@sirensmedia.com

Please pass this along to anyone who might be interested!

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Dr. Carol Queen

Carol Queen has a PhD in sexology; she calls herself a "cultural sexologist" because her earlier academic degree is in sociology: while she addresses individual issues and couple's sexual concerns, her overarching interest is in cultural issues (gender, shame, access to education, etc.). Queen has worked at Good Vibrations, the woman-founded sexuality company based in San Francisco that turned 35 years old in 2012, since 1990. Her current position is Staff Sexologist and Good Vibrations Historian; her roles include representing the company to the press and the public; overseeing educational programming for staff and others; and scripting/hosting a line of sex education videos, the Pleasure-Ed series, for GV’s sister company Good Releasing. She also curates the company's Antique Vibrator Museum. She is also the founding director of the Center for Sex & Culture, a non-profit sex ed and arts center San Francisco, and is a frequent lecturer at colleges, universities, and community-based organizations. Her dozen books include a Lambda Literary Award winner, PoMoSexuals, and Real Live Nude Girl: Chronicles of Sex-Positive Culture, which are used as texts in some college classes. She blogs at the Good Vibes Magazine and at SFGate's City Brights bloggers page and contributes to the Boston Dig. For more about her at carolqueen.com.

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