LOS ANGELES, CA - Released today on sex-positive podcast, Sluts & Scholars, co-hosts Nicoletta and Simone interview free birther, Emilee Saldaya. The episode is now available for download on iTunes and Spotify. Nicoletta and Simone also host a weekly live show every Thursday on Sirius XM Ch 415 from 2-3pm PST. This afternoon’s guest is adult star Aali Kali.
“Emilee helps us question the birth industry in America,” said Nicoletta. “She reminds women that we are strong, capable, and can do so much more than we are taught.”
In the latest episode, Free the Birth with Emilee Saldaya, the slutty scholars learn about how our industrial patriarchal medical model affects childbirth. Saldaya also shares a brief history of abusive obstetrics, exploring what “birth in captivity” means and does, plus her own free birth story. She is the founder of Free Birth Society and is a Birth Keeper with almost 15 years of experience. Visit her official website at FreeBirthSociety.com.
For information about the podcast, visit SlutsandScholars.com for a full list of episodes.
The Sluts & Scholars live show on Vivid Radio is from 2-3pm PST on Sirius Channel 415. Call in at 855-99-VIVID to chat. Follow guest Aali Kali on Twitter at @Aalikalixxx.
ABOUT NICOLETTA HEIDEGGER
Nicoletta Heidegger is the founder and co-host of the popular Sluts & Scholars podcast where she discusses sex, dating, current affairs, politics, and more. Past guests include Dita Von Teese, Nina Hartley, Jessica Drake, Blair Williams, Hudsy Hawn, Dr. David Ley, and most recently Sasha Grey. She is also a registered Marriage and Family Therapy Associate based in LA and hosts a YouTube series called Staying On Top where she shares the latest sex facts, education, and research.
In addition to her podcast and work as a therapy associate, Heidegger has contributed to The Stanford Daily, Vice, Playboy Radio’s Swing with Holli & Michael, Rebecca Zahler’s Don’t Waste Your Pretty podcast, Karen Lee Poter’s Sex Talk with My Mom, Dr. Wendy Walsh, and The Positive Results Corporation.