Marabelle Blue Unfiltered E8 Highlights - KEM TopTalk Show

Unfiltered Episode 8 Highlights – Happy International Women’s Day!

Episode 8 always goes almost flawless, leaving Marabelle at the helm of managing the studio, playing commercials and doing the show. As she laughs her way of playing the wrong intro music, this week Marabelle discussed the obstacles Facebook is meeting now that they are trying to get their act together due to the fact they violated everyone’s privacy, literally. Not a fan of Facebook, one point she makes on how Faceboook is the one place where hate speech became prevalent on social media. That’s not to say Twitter or other social outlets have allowed hate speeches to be spewed on their own sites, but from what we all know Facebook has been the number one in allowing hate comments, coupled with inaccurate news stories.

Without getting into the Jussie Smollette fiasco, Marabelle took a question suggested topic from the Twitter audience, namely @MxToxicGoddess - “Should educators in the sex worker scene have formal education?”

“Well it would depend. There are some people who are educators and write books on the different areas of sex education ares they are interested in specializing in. Keep in mind, everyone who works within this lifestyle are not all the same, we all have different specialties and should embrace that. With that being said, it is important to know that if you plan to pursue a specialty, what education requirements are needed for that? How long is the study program and what degrees (if that’s the route you are taking) is needed in order for you to understand the logistics as well as understanding people as a whole. In psychology there are no shortcuts and there shouldn’t be. It’s so intricate and complicated, any shortcuts in this field will not only rob you from knowledge but could possibly put another person’s life in jeopardy.”

Special noted shoutouts to @DrSuzy of Bonobo Way a magna cum lade graduate of Yale and has a Ph.D. Founder and Director of the Susan Block Institute of Erotic Arts who was mentioned on this show as an example of someone who has studied the field of human behavior within sexology.

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