“That Time I…” posts are true stories that am I retiring from my social repertoire. To honour them, I am committing them to text for the first time. Read stories about sound torture, my awesome tattoo, and the infamous Tragic Hand Button.
As I drove down a forested back road, I kept an eye out for moose lurking near the treeline. John promised that he was not exaggerating. He said that a moose is a mountain on legs and there were many of them in northern New Brunswick. If my car collided with one, the mountain would crush me to death and then get up and walk away. So yes, I was being diligent but the local wildlife was not the concern foremost on my mind. I was really worried about meeting John’s mother.
In this last video from Series II, we ask our volunteers about their celebrity crushes. Surprisingly, one lady had fulfilled hers fantasy already. Can you guess who she is referring to?
This week, Sexologist Stephen De Wit and I ask strangers if they have a special move or trick that they specialize in. Click for twerking:
This week Sexologist Stephen de Wit and I ask people about their first ever sexual experience: thumbs up or thumbs down?
Street Sex #5 with Sexologist Stephen De Wit. This week we ask people about their alternative locations.
Sexologist Stephen de Wit and I continue to ask strangers about their sex lives. This time we ask about pet peeves.
Dr Steven De Wit and I continue our new series, Street Sex, in which we flag down strangers and ask them about their sex lives. In this episode we ask people to reveal their secret fantasies.
Check out the first episode of Street Sex with Toronto Sexologist Doctor Stephen De Wit. Stephen’s personal mission is to normalize people’s ideas about sex so we decided to ask strangers on the street about their preferences.
I am producing, filming, and editing this series. Watch episode one below: favourite positions.
I tried his concept in the Summer without putting too much thought into it. I always felt like there was a good idea in there, I just hadn’t found it.
After some rumination, I realized the heart of the idea should be to peer into the lives of experts and have them reveal the best of their personal stash. To hold it together, I would pick people with an M.O, a goal, a dream, someone who believes there is a problem in the world that could be solved with these three books.
So here is the new attempt: Dr. Stephen de Wit tries to save the world from its own rigid sexuality.