May 132016

tina horn

Tina Horn spends an hour live with Tristan in the studio talking dirty: learn the modern etiquette of swiping, Skyping ,and selfies with the digital dirty talk expert whose new book is called Sexting: The Grownups’ Little Book Of Sex Tips for Getting Dirty Digitally.  She’ll teach how to assert what you want, and listen to what your partners want so you can make each other happy and fulfilled.

Tune in Friday, May 13th at 5 pm PT / 8 pm ET to hear this show premiere or listen to it on demand as a podcast. Join the discussion on Twitter where we livetweet each week. Sex Out Loud airs every Friday, you can listen along on your computer, tablet, or phone, find all the ways at If you missed any part of the episode or want to listen again, you can listen to every episode on demand here. Got a question or comment for the show? Call the SOL Hotline: 323-SEX-8266. Leave us your questions, stories, comments, and requests — 24/7 and we’ll play it on the air! (Or you can stay anonymous and ask Tristan to read it aloud.)

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Tina Horn is a writer, educator, interdisciplinary media-maker, queer punk, and true karaoke believer. Currently, she produces and hosts Why Are People Into That?!, a popular podcast that demystifies desire. she is the author of Love Not Given Lightly, a collection of nonfiction stories about bay area sex workers; and a new guide to dirty digital ethics and etiquette called sexting.  In 2010, she co-created, produced, and directed a video project called QueerPorn.Tv, which won two Feminist Porn Awards (Honored Website 2011 & Most Diverse Cast 2012) and a Cinekink Award (Best Experimental Short), in addition to being nominated for an AVN (Best Alternative Website).

Tina holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing from Sarah Lawrence College and is a LAMBA Literary Fellow. Her writing appears in Unshaven, Girl Sex 101, six Cleis Press anthologies including Best Sex Writing 2015; she has also blogged for Vice, the Rumpus, The Toast, Nerve, Helix Queer Performance Network, 4UMag, Kinky, Fleshbot and Gaga Stigmata, and published articles in The Believer, AORTA, and Whore! magazines. She is the Creative Director of the sex culture focused imprint threel media, editing books by Jiz Lee and Siouxsie Q.

Over the past five years, Tina’s lectures on dirty talk, sex worker self care, and spanking have been featured at a variety of international venues, including The New School, Good Vibrations, Red Umbrella Diaries, Perverts Put Out, Lesbian Sex Mafia, Dark Odyssey, and the Feminist Porn Conference at University of Toronto.

She has been a consultant on subjects of kink lifestyle, sex worker rights, and feminist pornography on HuffPost Live, The Washington Post, National Geographic, and at UC Berkeley and Evergreen College.

Born in Northern California, Tina now lives in Manhattan.

Dec 042014


It’s already December and I’m back live this week on Sex Out Loud radio, this time with Dr. Ruthie aka Dr. Ruth Neustifter, co-chair of the Guelph Sexuality Conference and author of the book, The Nice Girl’s Guide to Talking Dirty. We’ll discuss the professional sexuality conference that happens in Canada each year and why you should start planning a trip for it now. They’ll also discuss the gift of dirty talk and how you can develop your own dirty talk style.

This week’s show is LIVE so call in with questions and comments at 1-866-472-5788, join the discussion on Facebook or Twitter, or e-mail me via tristan(at) and I’ll read them live on the air. Tune in to Sex Out Loud every Friday, you can listen along on your computer, tablet, or phone, find all the ways at!

Dr. Ruth Neustifter is an author, university faculty member, and sexuality researcher that joins us from snowy Ontario, Canada.  They are also proud to co-chair one of the largest and longest running annual professional sexuality conferences in Canada, The Guelph Sexuality Conference. Since the late 1990s Ruthie has specialized in sexual well-being and pleasure, as well as the resilience of survivors of intimate violence.  They are the author of The Nice Girl’s Guide To Talking Dirty and an upcoming book on trauma survivors through Routledge, as well as numerous academic publications and presentations.  They have given workshops throughout North American as well as in Mexico and Europe in venues ranging from homeless shelters to universities to resorts.  Dr. Ruthie considers themself an advocate for pleasure, intimacy, consent, and sex-positivity regardless of one’s past history, gender, health, sexuality, or desires.