Ohio Musical Creative and Compersion Advocate Kiersty Correll returns to the Alicia Lopez Pure Romance Studios by making her Pews’ Co-Pilot premier.
In over 220 episodes, you could count on one hand the times Glenn has wept on the show. This was one of them. It all commences with an update from Kiersty, a discussion of what Glenn learned from Philip Seymour Hoffman’s character in the movie “Charlie Wilson’s War”, when “truth” is actually truth, how that perspective has helped Kiersty and Derek, how the affirmational process plays into it, why the Coach judging a rib tasting contest led to him punishing himself, and why we like rough sex. We learn of the book “Daring Greatly” by Brene Brown and a tweet Kiersty reposted—both articulating the “good news”, why everything is about sex, how the wisdom of the ages and the power of creation resides in every human heart, what’s been happening visa vise this Mercury Retrograde, what has transpired in Kiersty’s romantic life, how some friends responded, how it has impacted Derek, if he and Kiersty’s new lover and boyfriend are open to a foursome, the importance of sometimes having to pullback from some people, the definition of unrequited love and its role in relationships, the time Kiersty was almost murdered by a friend, why people close to us sometimes try to hurt us most, how at ten years old she found out who her real father was, how her 8th grade teacher’s gift of a necklace may have saved Kiersty from suicide, plus (believe it or not) a ton more. It ain’t going to be boring.
Powerful and poignant adult content, insight, humor and spirituality. NSFW or children. A portion of all proceeds donated to combat human sex slave trafficking and genital mutilation.