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The claws come out #SexEdPornReviews Episode 267: Scout and Finn McKee


We invited sexual health educators, sex bloggers, and porn geeks to share their thoughts about episode 267, which features returning CrashPad star Scout and new visitorFinn McKee. Performers script their scenes and bring their own sex acts and desires to the set, and in this scenario, the two brought talons, rope, and a whole lot of bratty attitude! What did viewers think? This week... CrashPad Episode 267: Scout and Finn McKee.

But first... a moment to swoon over our stars

Bratty fun

The claws come out

All tied up

Wear

Reviews are in...

Behind the Scenes

Things We Like

Holding Each Other

Sex Ed We Like

In the Press

Coming up next...

Performers have the last word

[TW sex/porn/sex-trauma/dysphoria; link is soft-NSFW (pretty PG before the paywall)] πŸ’Ž tl;dr we need more documents of trans sex, this is me calling you in for Queer Jury Duty aka helping shoot queer sex β€” please seriously consider it πŸ’Ž SEX SUXX IKR i didn't grow up with good examples of trans sexuality, in fact i grew up with some /really shitty/ examples of what sex for trans people is like, mostly from mainstream movies but also cis-male pornographers' perspective. the effect was that i thought i couldn't really have sex, or that i deserved to be killed if i tried to have sex, or just that i should have sex like cis-het people and just dissociate 4 lyf. to put it lightly it *really* fucked me up, fucked my relationships up, and got me into a lot of traumatic situations that i tried to tell myself were chill. i'm still seeing these effects on my friends and partners today, and pushing around the "Fucking Trans Women #0" zine isn't enough to change trans culture as a whole. πŸ’Ž but also it wasn't /all/ bad. dysphoria is a bish but there are SO MANY ways to work around it –– i've had a lot of good sex in my life too. and ways to approach it that make it easier and accessible and stuff, that you can't learn just from reading a book. it really sucks about the Missing Generation of trans women, but also we don't need to all reinvent the wheel when there are so many of us working it out. FTW#0 didn't come out until i was like 30, and i'd figured out a whole lot of dysphoria work-arounds long before i even knew about muffing; i just wish i had my 20s back now that i know i don't have to act like someone i'm not in order to hold on to a partner or feel validated in my own body.

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Thank you Scout and Finn, and thanks to our panel of sexual health educators and sex bloggers for watching. Want to see see for yourself? Watch here!




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