Brief Talk After Dark – Kink Down South

Kink Down South is an annual event in the South that aims to create a welcoming space for the kink community. The event started last year and was a huge success, exceeding expectations. This year, the organizers are planning to make it even bigger, kinkier, and more fun. They want to provide a space where people can explore their kinks and be themselves without judgment. The event will feature a larger festival market with a wide range of vendors, an official festival stage for entertainment, and additional amenities to ensure the comfort and safety of attendees. The organizers are also focused on inclusivity and have a board of advisors to ensure that the event is welcoming to all members of the community, including trans, non-binary, women, and BIPOC individuals. They are also mindful of privacy concerns and have a photo policy in place to protect attendees’ identities. Overall, the goal of Kink Down South is to create a world-class event that celebrates and embraces the diversity of the kink community. Kink Down South Weekend is a successful event that combines Southern hospitality with kink. The organizers, Urban and David, were pleasantly surprised by the positive response to the first event. They strive to create a welcoming and inclusive space for the kink community, especially for those who may be nervous or new to attending events. The event features a variety of activities, including classes, vendors, performances, and parties. It takes place at different venues in Atlanta, such as the Hyatt Centric Midtown, Blake’s on the Park, Future Atlanta, and the Atlanta Eagle. Tickets can be purchased on the Kink Down South Weekend website.

Keywords

Kink Down South, event, kink community, inclusivity, privacy, vendors, entertainment, amenities, board of advisors, diversity, Kink Down South Weekend, event, Southern hospitality, kink community, welcoming, inclusive, classes, vendors, performances, parties, Atlanta

Takeaways

  • Kink Down South is an annual event in the South that aims to create a welcoming space for the kink community.
  • The event is focused on inclusivity and aims to be welcoming to all members of the community, including trans, non-binary, women, and BIPOC individuals.
  • The organizers are mindful of privacy concerns and have a photo policy in place to protect attendees’ identities.
  • The event will feature a larger festival market, an official festival stage for entertainment, and additional amenities to ensure the comfort and safety of attendees.
  • The goal of Kink Down South is to create a world-class event that celebrates and embraces the diversity of the kink community. Kink Down South Weekend combines Southern hospitality with kink, creating a welcoming and inclusive space for the community.
  • The event features a variety of activities, including classes, vendors, performances, and parties.
  • Tickets can be purchased on the Kink Down South Weekend website.
  • The event takes place at different venues in Atlanta, such as the Hyatt Centric Midtown, Blake’s on the Park, Future Atlanta, and the Atlanta Eagle.

Titles

  • Privacy and Photo Policy at the Event
  • Ensuring Comfort and Safety for Attendees Get Your Tickets Now: Kink Down South Weekend in Atlanta
  • Kink Down South Weekend: Where Southern Hospitality Meets Kink

Sound Bites

  • “It’s going to be bigger, kinkier, badder, and just more fun in all the right ways.”
  • “We should be able to do it here. And so that’s really what’s fueling our efforts is to create, to make a welcoming space for folks in their own backyards.”
  • “All kinks are welcome. That is first and foremost, as long as it’s between two or more consenting adults, we don’t care. You have fun. You do you be safe.”
  • “Look for me. Like, I will be your friend and your buddy in the bar. Like, come hang out with me.”
  • “We bring the good old Southern hospitality along with the kink.”
  • “It’s gonna be a fun weekend for sure with all that going on.”

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Why the Brief Talk Podcasts will not be on YouTube Music

Why Our Podcasts Will No Longer Be Available on YouTube Music: A Clear Explanation

In the ever-evolving landscape of digital content creation, the platforms we choose to distribute our podcasts play a crucial role in how our audience engages with us. These choices often reflect a balance between reaching a wide audience and adhering to platform-specific guidelines. With this context in mind, we need to share an important update regarding the availability of our podcasts, particularly in relation to YouTube Music.

As creators who value the diversity and depth of our topics, we occasionally delve into mature themes. Our episodes sometimes include discussions that lead us to provide links to additional resources or content on various platforms, including OnlyFans, Tumblr, and others. These links are provided to offer our listeners a deeper dive into the subjects discussed, ensuring a richer and more informed listening experience.

However, this practice has recently led to a significant change in how our podcasts can be shared. YouTube Music has informed us that linking to sites considered to host sexually explicit content violates their platform guidelines. Following a warning from YouTube Music, it has become clear that including such links in our show notes or descriptions is the primary reason for this contention.

This development has led us to make a difficult but necessary decision: Our podcasts will no longer be available on YouTube Music. This decision wasn’t made lightly. YouTube Music and YouTube are valuable platforms for content distribution, enabling creators to reach thousands of listeners across the globe. Yet, the essence of our show and the integrity of our content cannot be compromised by omitting critical resources and links that we believe are essential to the discussion.

We understand this might be disappointing news for listeners who primarily use YouTube Music to tune into our podcasts. However, the good news is that our content will remain readily available on other popular platforms that many of you already use and love: Apple Podcasts and Spotify. These platforms do not currently impose the same restrictions regarding the links we can include in our show notes, allowing us to continue offering our content without altering its nature or the depth of information provided.

We want to take this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude for your continued support and understanding. The decision to not distribute our podcast on YouTube Music is not an end but a new beginning, offering us the freedom to produce content that remains true to our values and meets the expectations of our listeners.

For those who’ve been with us through various platforms and changes, your loyalty and engagement mean the world to us. We’re excited to continue this journey with you on Apple Podcasts and Spotify, where we’ll keep delivering the thought-provoking, unfiltered content you’ve come to expect from us.

Thank you for your understanding and for sticking with us. We’re looking forward to many more episodes together, exploring the depths of topics that matter to you without constraints.

Stay tuned, and as always, thank you for listening.

Brief Talk After Dark – Spandex Brief Tale – UNB Tim

In this episode of Brief Talk After Dark, Tim is interviewed by Jack about his love for spandex. Tim shares his background and how he discovered spandex in the 80s. He talks about wearing spandex to the gym and casually, as well as expanding his spandex collection through online shopping. Tim also discusses the challenges of connecting with other spandex enthusiasts in Atlanta and the importance of in-person connections. In this conversation, Tim and Jack discuss their favorite styles and gear in the world of spandex. They talk about mixing different types of gear, expressing personal style, and being confident in what you wear. They also emphasize the importance of building a spandex community and making friends who share the same interests. Tim shares his motivation for starting a podcast about spandex and the positive response it has received. They conclude by providing their social media handles for listeners to connect with them.

Takeaways

  • Spandex Brief Tale is a new segment where spandex enthusiasts share their stories and love for spandex.
  • Tim has been a fan of spandex since the 80s and has a collection of swimwear, underwear, and singlets.
  • He discovered spandex when he saw a football jock wearing tight spandex shorts, which sparked his interest.
  • Tim enjoys wearing spandex to the gym and for casual outings, and he has connected with other spandex enthusiasts through online platforms and events. Experiment with different styles and gear in the world of spandex to find what you love and feel confident in.
  • Build a community of like-minded individuals who share your passion for spandex and make friends who understand and appreciate your interests.
  • Don’t be afraid to express your personal style and mix different types of gear to create unique and exciting looks.
  • Invest in quality leather gear and take the time to find pieces that fit well and make you feel confident.
  • Consider starting or joining a spandex podcast or online community to connect with others who share your love for spandex.

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Brief Talk After Dark – Interview AndyELycra

In this episode, UNB Tim interviews Andy E. Lycra, a well-known figure in the spandex Lycra community. They discuss Andy’s journey with Lycra and Spandex, from his early fascination with form-fitting clothing to his experiences finding and acquiring Lycra suits. Andy also shares his motivations for starting a website and the challenges he faced in running it. The conversation touches on the evolution of technology and content creation, as well as the impact of social media on the Lycra community. Finally, Andy discusses his current favorite Lycra and Spandex brands and shares his thoughts on wearing Lycra in everyday life. In this conversation, AndyE and Glasgow Lycra discuss their love for Lycra and the experiences they’ve had in the Lycra community. They talk about combining running and Lycra, AndyE’s return to social media, and the positive feedback they’ve received. They also discuss setting boundaries and advice for those starting a Lycra collection. The conversation concludes with a discussion about future Lycra purchases and where to find AndyE and Glasgow Lycra online.

Takeaways

  • Finding and acquiring Lycra suits in the past was more challenging and required networking with others in the community.
  • Starting a website and sharing content allowed Andy to connect with like-minded individuals and create a community.
  • Running a website can become overwhelming and feel like work, leading to a loss of enjoyment and the decision to step away.
  • The evolution of technology and social media has made it easier for people to discover and connect with the Lycra community.
  • Wearing Lycra and Spandex in everyday life is primarily reserved for content creation and special occasions.

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Brief Talk After Dark – White Briefs Show

In this episode, the hosts discuss various aspects of underwear, with a focus on vintage and modern white briefs. They explore the reasons for buying vintage underwear and the nostalgia associated with it. The conversation also touches on the importance of waistbands and brand recognition in the world of underwear. The hosts discuss modern updates to classic white briefs and celebrity underwear brands. They also highlight the limited availability of unique men’s underwear in the market and the emergence of international brands and new materials.

Takeaways

  • Vintage underwear holds a nostalgic appeal for many people.
  • Waistbands play a significant role in the charm of white briefs.
  • Celebrity endorsements have influenced the popularity of certain underwear brands.
  • Limited availability of unique men’s underwear in the market.

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Brief Tale – Spandex Edition

If you are familiar with our Brief Tale shows on the Brief Talk podcast, which is an origins story on why guys fell in love with underwear. After interviewing Glasgow Lycra, I see the incredible feedback, and we need the same in the Spandex community. I want to start recruiting guys to join us on the show and share how they fell in love with spandex. I am working on modifying the questions for spandex lovers, which I am of as well.

If you are interested you can DM me on any social media or email us at feedback at Brieftalkpodcast dot com. And put Spandex in the Title.

Brief Talk After Dark featuring the Bricklayers

In this episode, Steven from the Bricklayers joins the new show to discuss various topics related to the adult content industry and fetish culture. They explore new ideas and fetishes, the influence of Asian countries on fetish culture, and the challenges of finding fetish wear for different body types. They also discuss the impact of Visa and Mastercard regulations on the industry, the pressure to maintain a certain physical appearance, and the double standards and ageism prevalent in the industry. Throughout the conversation, they emphasize the importance of accepting different body types and aesthetics. This conversation explores the impact of platforms like OnlyFans and social media on content creation, highlighting the opportunities they provide for individuals to create and share content that may not fit traditional standards. The conversation also emphasizes the importance of representation and body positivity, as well as the democratization of media and self-expression. It discusses the elimination of shame and the embrace of authenticity, challenging double standards and body shame. The conversation also highlights the power of connection and community, the value of cultural exchange, and the positive impact of social media on self-acceptance. It concludes by addressing the challenges of content creation and the need for a unified social media platform.

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Welcome to the Brief Talk After Dark Podcast – Promo

This is our Intro to the Brief Talk After Dark Podcast. I go into detail about what this podcast will be about and what you can expect. It’s a new podcast featuring the White Briefs, Lingerie, Only Fans and more! We will have them coming to you very soon and the first show will feature the Bricklayers!

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