The insightful sauce of Stef Osofsky fully marinates us in the Pews as she returns to co-pilot our time at the Alicia Lopez Pure Romance Studios.
This profound episode commences with a discussion of Stef’s proclivity for pornography as opposed to the Netflix show “Below Her Mouth”, the difference between men and women’s affinity for porn, how Glenn was able to accurately diagnose the major missteps at the onset of the worldwide lockdown described in his new book “Early Wakeup Call”, how he now looks forward to Mercury Retrograde, how Stef has never heard anyone say that before and the difference between being religious and doing something religiously. Then we learn about: why Stef is “super activated and appropriately uncomfortable”, the historic “end-times scenarios” humanity has seen come and go, the celebration of “Loving Day” and Glenn’s daughter Hannah’s tribute to the Lovings, why she did not watch the video of the murder of George Floyd, how his murder and the corresponding Black Lives Matter protests have affected her life, her awareness of past awkward unconscious racism, why she has the “band-width” to absorb it, former NFL player Darryl Ingram’s post about #blm, the violent nature of revolutions in general and the John Brown Rebellion specifically, how one can only be in bliss or ignorance but not both simultaneously, her proposed book “What White People Say”, the impact of isolation, re-imagining intimacy in the midst of prolonged celibacy, how intimacy is an “exchange of truth”, Hitler and the Holocaust vs The Founders Fathers and Slavery, why Glenn is not in favor of tearing down statues, how to move things forward, plus a ton more. It ain’t going to be boring.
Powerful and poignant adult content, insight and spirituality. NSFW or children. A portion of all proceeds donated to combat human sex slave trafficking and genital mutilation.