A few months ago a friend asked if she could interview me for the year anniversary of the podcast.

So….here’s that interview.

We talk about the blog unspeakableaxe.com, the futility of online dating, how desperation motivates wasted time and more.

You can now submit questions for the guests by using the form on the sidebar of the website.

Thanks as always for the email suggestions, voicemails and donations.
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8 Comments

  1. Just found your Podcast, this was a great first one to listen to. So good, in fact, I’m tempted to go back and listen to the previous year of podcasts. You should link to this one on your About page (which remains empty, I’m afraid to say).

    Consider your listener count + 1.

  2. Okay, very important mistake on behalf of your friend:

    the first question is not “How did you know you were kinky?” but “How did you get started in kink?” I mean, really, any true fan ™ of the masocast knows that… 🙂

    Also, when you explained your turn-ons, you almost sounded like my mirror image: I’m into having control, and even though I may crave inflicting pain, the kick is seeing my partner getting off on it. I’m like the active version 🙂

    Of course, now I imagine me whipping you in relative silence, broken only by “Are you turned on?” – “Are you?” – “Well, are you?” – “if you are” – “no, if *you* are”…

  3. So I admit I hadn’t finished listening to this, but I *so* agree about Secretary. It’s the one thing I really, really dislike about the film, how it more or less describes the two as mentally unstable. I mean, they make each other sane, but on their own, they do have serious problems, and that bugs me.

  4. Sorry for double posting, but a great film I just saw was “SM Rechter” (S&M Judge), a Belgian film about a judge (no! really?) whose wife, after ten years of marriage, asks him to hurt her. And while the wife does have depression at the beginning, the film really portrays S&M as pretty normal. The couple’s first visit to the fetish club is quite funny.

    It’s based on a true story, and in the end the judge is fired from his job (spoiler!), but even so the film portrays not the S&M as abuse, but the behavior of he prosecutor. I’d recommend it, if you can somehow find the film (it’s probably on the net somewhere).

  5. I finally got around to listening to this, and I liked it a lot, but while I am certain your friend is wonderful I wanted to hear you talk, axe, and not her. This is however not a preference connected to the person, but to the topic: An interview with you should be with you talking, not the interviewer. You have a wonderful radio voice, and you avoid all the bad habits of regular non-trained people on radio and television.

  6. Just found your Podcast, this was a great first one to listen to. So good, in fact, I’m tempted to go back and listen to the previous year of podcasts. You should link to this one on your About page (which remains empty, I’m afraid to say).

    Consider your listener count + 1.

  7. great podcast Axe and congrats on the anniversary…hope for many more! btw who was the interviewer with the great voice??

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