Tangentially Speaking

134 – David Steinberg (Sexuality Author/Photographer)

By July 18, 2015 September 14th, 2019 No Comments

David Steinberg is an author, photographer, and radically sane guy. We talk about his inadvertent work with the CIA, what it was like to be plugged into the anti-war political world of San Francisco in the late 60s, and his lifelong refusal to accept shame as a sensible response to human sexuality. Join us in Portland’s Laurelhurst Park for this wide-ranging, intimate conversation.

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Music: Opening theme: Basin and Range.

Kim Churchill, “Don’t Leave Your Life Too Long.” iTunes link.

Closing theme: Carsie Blanton, “Smoke Alarm.”

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