Posted by sexandpolitics on May 14, 2013
The Weekly Face Slap! This week we slapped down the issue of forced fellatio due to an incident of oral sex forcibly performed on rapper Danny Brown at a live concert courtesy of a crazed fan. This was followed by a firm slap-shot from Paolo Cremedis on Pennsylvania State Senator Darrell Metcalf for saying the MTA is "public welfare" and comments he made about homosexuals. Phil Rosenberg domestic chin slapped SexndPolitics producer Dan Kinch for a controversial meme he posted; and lastly, SexandPolitics technical guru Charles Carr discussed the "rail gun" and did a strip tease for us! Don't be shy, poke 'em in the eye! On Kensington Media Presents; The Weekly Face slap!
Posted by sexandpolitics on May 1, 2013
The Weekly Face Slap landed a sexy open palmed slap down on the issue of forcible insemination; curtsey of Phil Rosenberg and our special comedic guest Chelsea Davison. John Schiavone "The Mouth of the South" joined us and landed a firm slap-down on the trend of anal bleaching. Last but not least; Mike Hovell took some well-placed slap shots at republicans John Mccain and the Lindsey Graham. Don't be shy, poke 'em in the eye! On Kensington Media Presents; The Weekly Face slap!
Posted by sexandpolitics on April 8, 2013
The Weekly Face Slap goes down south! John Schiavone slapped the peaches out of Wilcox County Georgia for their opposition to racially integrated high school proms. Paolo Cremedis took a southern slap-shot at the Governor of Virginia for trying to enact an anti-sodomy law. Pat Robertson was also on the slapping-block this week for essentially being Pat Robertson. Robertson’s slapping was followed by a slap fight of a discussion over the merits of Shariah Law. Don't be shy, poke 'em in the eye! On Kensington Media Presents; The Weekly Face slap!
Posted by sexandpolitics on March 19, 2013
The Weekly Face Slap lays the slap-down on Grammar of all things, courtesy of Paulo Cremedis. Which was followed by an intense debate on the subject of retards. Gwen Stefani made her weekly face slap début thanks to YouTube. And Charles Carr landed a fresh open palm slap on Senator Marco Rubio for pro-life statements he made at CPAC. Don't be shy, poke 'em in the eye! On Kensington Media Presents; The Weekly Face slap!
Posted by sexandpolitics on March 12, 2013
The Weekly Face Slap!
The Weekly Face Slap lands a fresh open-palmed slap-down on: The Arkansas GOP, Domestic Drone Strikes, and The Weather Channel, featuring an On Air spanking of one lucky intern. Don’t be shy, poke ‘em in the eye! On Kensington Media Presents; The Weekly Face slap!
Posted by sexandpolitics on March 4, 2013
Join Sex and Politics as we bring you the intrepid soul of Joseph Wade. Joe Joined us for a long-form interview on his creative process along with some advice for the budding [bludgeoning] poet. Joseph shared a few of his latest pieces as well. Yvonne Jouris cuddled us through our segues with various delightful flute pieces. Correspondent Loretta Chin reported on Spike Lee and his recent lecture at the Brooklyn College campus. Jordan White delivered a report on the Oscar's. While Seth Macfarlane sang "The boobs song" for us (thank you YouTube).
Dan Kinch interviewed Claire Lebowitz and Paulo Cremedis shared a report on the Brooklyn chapter of NYPIRG (New York Public Interest Research Group) who appear to be taking on the environmentally controversial subject of "Fracking."
Posted by sexandpolitics on July 26, 2012
A Tale of Two Cities: London, England and Allepo, Syria
Join your hosts at Sex and Politics, Philip Rosenberg, Charles Carr and poet in residence Joseph Wade as we investigate the juxtaposition of life in Olympic London, England and revolution ridden Allepo, Syria.
From left to right, Mike Hovell, Philip Rosenberg, Charles Carr and Joseph Wade
British journalist Lauren Pyrah tells us what it's like at this exciting time in London, England, and NYC triathlon winner of her division, Chantal Shea explores the mindset of the Olympians, drawing on her own experience as a champion to let us know what it's like competing at that level. We compare this festive scene to Allepo Syria when historian and political activist Louis Fishman joins us from Istanbul, Turkey to discuss the crisis in Syria and the Turkish-Israeli-Palestinian perspectives.
Lauren Pyrah British journalist at the Northern Echo, LChantal Shea NYC Triathalon winner, Louis Fishman Historian and political activist
Posted by sexandpolitics on June 17, 2012
Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue
Join Sex and Politics as we explore the efficacy of dog-saves. Does it really make sense to spend hundreds and thousands of dollars on saving a few stray dogs, when people across the U.S. are jobless, homeless, and can't afford health care? Sara Cross, founder of the Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue, has more than a few things to say about this. Whether you love dogs or hate 'em, this is an interesting commentary on the social fabric and values of America.
Sara Cross, with puppy saves, a giraffe, and some food