Episode #9 of The Erotic Conversationalist (BlogTalkRadio)
Length: 1 hour, 23 minutes
My second review is about Mr. Currie’s interview with a tantric sex expert and sexual educator named Kendal Williams.
If you already read my review of Mr. Currie’s interview with Brandi L. Davis, a lot of my same criticisms and sentiments can easily be transferred to this interview as well. I am still not sure if the love affair with coarse, crude, rough, pornographic sex talk is a Mr. Currie preference only, or is it more broadly an American preference. To each their own, in fairness to the host and guest.
If you eliminate all of the moments during the interview where Mr. Currie and Ms. Williams participated in phone sex, this episode is worth a listen. Ms. Williams is a sex educator who presents her thoughts and arguments very well, and I was impressed by many of her feminist attitudes about women taking ownership over their bodies, their vaginas, and their eroticism and sensuality in general.
I didn’t really care for her concept of the ‘under-fucked pussy,’ not only because of the dreaded p-word, but because I do not believe that a woman’s vagina always needs to be penetrated or pounded by a man’s penis for a woman to experience the highest level of pleasure and sexual satisfaction. That concept of Ms. Williams’ aside, I agreed with many of her points about society’s attempt to dictate how a woman should behave sexually.
I believe tantric sex provides many benefits to men, women, and couples, and I believe more gals and guys should look into it. Ms. Williams’ talked in detail about tantric healing, tantric massage, and tantric yoga in addition to tantric sex. If you are tantra ‘curious,’ this is the episode of Mr. Currie’s that you should listen to.
Since I have been sort of beating up on Mr. Currie’s verbal style a bit, I will give him at least one compliment. He has one saying that is expressed fairly seductively, and it involves no coarse, crude, misogynistic, or profane language. The saying comes forth usually when Mr. Currie is playing the role of the good, attentive listener, and his guest says something very flattering to him or very erotic. Once the guest expresses a compliment to Mr. Currie or a kinky thought, Mr. Currie will simply say in a very calm, relaxed voice, “Ooooooooooh. Say that again.” Sometimes, in a very amusing way, Mr. Currie will say this same phrase over and over and over repeatedly.
What I also do like about listening to Mr Currie is his openness and lack of modesty which enables both himself and the interviewee to talk candidly about the subject matter at hand. His demeanour throughout the interview seems to allow the conversation to flow naturally for both parties to explore the topic and provide their views.
I still don’t think I could ever agree that Mr. Currie’s style of verbal eroticism will ever earn him the legitimate title as the ‘King,’ but after listening to him interview Brandi L. Davis and Kendal Williams, I can see why a number of American women would fancy him. Mr. Currie is an acquired taste, but I believe if a woman allows Mr. Currie to grow on them, he will soon be selected for the position as that woman’s own personal Dylan Daniels, Christian Grey, or E. Edward Grey.
I recommend this episode to Mr. Currie’s listeners not so much for the phone sex parts, but for the sexual feminism expressed by Ms. Williams and her wealth of knowledge and expertise in the area of the tantra lifestyle.
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars