My Body, My Soul, My Self, My Space, & My Mind, EP6: Negotiating a Scene with Healthy Boundaries (with special guest KamalaDevi McClure)

My Body, My Soul, My Self, My Space, & My Mind, EP6: Negotiating a Scene with Healthy Boundaries (with special guest KamalaDevi McClure)

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Timestamps:
Featured Presentation: 0:00 – 33:00
Word from Our Sponsor: 33:00 – 38:30
Q&A / Open Discussion: 38:30 – 56:42

Chat Transcript: ZIP

The month on My Body My Soul, our host Hardy Brooklyn welcomed another guest, KamalaDevi McClure, for the conversation about Negotiating a Scene with Healthy Boundaries.

My Body, My Soul airs every SECOND Monday at 8PM EST.

Links from the show:

KamalaDevi’s Twitter
KamalaDevi’s Instagram
KamalaDevi’s Facebook


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Featured Guest:

KamalaDevi McClure (aka KD, Pronouns: they/them) is a pansexual, genderqueer, tantric mentor, speaker, and author of seven books. They’ve been navigating a polyamorous marriage in San Diego for almost 20 years with their husband and family who appeared in Showtime’s hit docu-series, Polyamory: Married & Dating. They’ve also appeared on Dr. Drew, Ricki Lake, Tyra Banks, and the award-winning documentary Sex Magic.

KamalaDevi travels around the world teaching sexual shamanism as a lead facilitator for ISTA (International School of Temple Arts) and touring two new books, Sex Shamans and 52 Fridays: A polyamorous queer, kinky love story. They are also the creator of Tantra Theater and Poly-Palooza. KamalaDevi’s mission is to awaken artists, healers, and visionaries to become love leaders around the world.

http://www.kamaladevi.com/

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