Cheers Sexy People!
Hello, Loving Without Boundaries (LWB) community! My heart goes out to you during these challenging times. I hope you are doing your best to keep safe. Sharing inspirational stories of hope, inclusion, and healthy lifestyles are more important than ever. If you are looking for ways to connect with loved ones you are separated from, check out this blog post that I shared recently. On to another inspiring story…
I am so excited to share my latest podcast interview that I released recently with Dillon Birdsall, an award-winning documentary filmmaker. Dillon recently reached out to me to ask me to participate in his upcoming film, “More Than Monogamy” and I was delighted to meet with him online and learn more about it. This gentleman’s enthusiasm is infectious to say the least! What a big heart this man has! He shared so incredibly vulnerably in this eye-opening and authentic interview, including why he made his first feature film “V-Card” that touched on his journey from being a virgin to … not being a virgin any longer. Wow that took guts to tell that story. For his current documentary, “More Than Monogamy”, here is a write-up on that: “Sexuality is complex. Sexuality is diverse. Sexuality is More Than Monogamy, and I want nothing more to tell you why! Designed to be both educational and entertaining, let’s look at why there can be so much more to a relationship than monogamy.” Dillon! You are so amazing and inspiring! I 100% support your efforts for the wider community, for creative artists everywhere, and for your contributions and efforts as a concerned human! I’m with you and excited for all that is to come!
To help a bruthah out, if you’d like to contribute to Dillon’s crowd funding campaign, please go here and contribute $1, $2, $5, or whatever you feel most comfortable with. I did! There are two days left to help make this documentary a reality. If you’d like to make a big difference today, I invite you to consider donating to a worthy cause.
Here is Dillon’s bio:
Dillon Birdsall is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and founder of All The Birds Productions. His first feature film “V-Card” won the best documentary feature at Cinekink, the premier film festival for sexuality and adult content. Dillon is a graduate of Florida School of the Arts, and is well versed in documentary film, narrative, online content, and podcasting. You can see his content on YouTube at Unlimited Free Time, or listen to his podcast with co-host Warren Chao, called Pop Culture Part People.
Some topics we discuss in this fun, informative, and entertaining interview:
- Why he made his first film, “VCard”, and how that influenced his sex life.
- How he got into the lifestyle four years ago.
- What challenges he has faced with regard to sex and relationships.
- His thoughts on society, shame and Puritanical views as they relate to sex.
- What happened when he discovered the “Kama Sutra” at age 5.
- The genesis of his current documentary, “More Than Monogamy”, and who the target audience is.
- Why he is raising money for the film.
- The best and worst parts of being a documentary filmmaker.
- Tune in to listen to this fantastic podcast episode!
Thank you Dillon, for being so awesomely generous with your time, and for sharing your personal and film journeys with us via the podcast interview! It was enlightening, interesting, and so fun! Connect with him online via Instagram, Twitter, his website or check out his previous film. You can support his upcoming film, “More Than Monogamy” through its current Crowdsourcing Campaign.
To hear the podcast, go to the Podcast link here and subscribe to the Loving Without Boundaries podcast, then check out Episode 170 with Dillon Birdsall. Also, please help spread awareness of alternative lifestyles and create more tolerance for consensual non-monogamy in the world at large by Rating and Reviewing the LWB podcast in iTunes. It only takes a few minutes.
If you would like to be interviewed either in written form or via audio on the podcast, please feel free to contact me and we will set something up. Thank you!
I recently have had the honor of being featured on these awesome podcasts:
Eitan Battat WERB 107.5 Radio Show, Father’s Day Show, June 16, 2021 – “My Dad and Me and The Music We Loved”
Practicing Polyamory Podcast, Episode 62 – “Telling Your Partner You Are Polyamorous”
Normalizing Non-Monogamy Podcast, Episode 179 as I share my story with them.
Indie Author Weekly Podcast, Episode 112 in which I talk about writing my book, “The Jealousy Survival Guide.”
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See you on the flip side, lovely community! Keep being brave, compassionately vulnerable, and uniquely and authentically you!
Wishing you peace, love and happiness
(and thrilling, fun sex too!)
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