In June I was interviewed by a Dublin, Ireland radio station, Phantom 105.2, after the publication of my article in The Daily Beast about Deep Throat's 40th anniversary. They were interested in discussing the article's premise that this film played a role in the women's rights movement. It was surprising an outlet in Ireland would contact me and, in fact, other foriegn outlets reached out for interviews too like, a TV show on the Canadian Broadcast Company and Garzia Magazine in the UK. Those opportunities didn't pan out but it seemed the media outside the US were just more intrigued and willing to talk about the topic. My guess is those in the US still struggle with how to talk about pornography. Well here's the interview, I was nervous as hell doing this but it seemed to go okay. And I loved the Irish accent of the show host, Alison Curtis. Thanks again to Phanton 105.2.
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