To make our work available to more folks, we broadcast our shows for free. Thus, we leave it up to you to contribute what you can. Most of the production cost of our shows is funded by our therapy practice. For many viewers, the shows provide a unique way to learn about their own sexuality. Your contributions are used to help produce these unique shows, as well as to support various organizations which are working to save the “make love not war” bonobos. We also donate a portion of your financial gifts to support various organizations that are working to protect our personal freedoms which are always at risk. If you can’t contribute financially we understand, but we appreciate it if you can. In any case, please enjoy your stay with us.
For my first show of 2013, I planned nothing and invited nobody. Since I wasn’t feeling so “hot” for various reasons (listen free above for details)—one being that I’m still wearing this damn eye patch and another that my cowardly engineer (we’ll call him Weasley) just fell in love, went bananas and split, without giving notice, I thought this would just be a quiet practice program for my tech department, and was in no mood for a big show. So I was a little unnerved when I walked onstage to find my little Womb Room packed with friends and fans. At first, I wanted to hide, then I was so moved by their enthusiasm, I almost cried. But I’m too vain to ruin my eye makeup, even with only one eye, so I held back the tears, and within 10 minutes, these beautiful people had me all cheered up and riding the wave of communal ecstasy into one of the most delightful shows in Prince Max’s and my two decades of love and debauchery.