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April 5, 2020 60 min
We're back! This week we get intimate by talking about intimacy! What did intimacy mean to you in the past, and what does it mean now? How do you find, or achieve intimacy, and how do you avoid it? And when things get a little too intimate, do we lean in, or lean out?  We curl your toes with another deliciously curious edition of SRSL, we for heaux give our trashiest advice yet, and for dessert we introduce you to the new king of our hearts.  SHOW NOTES: food4thotpodcast.com/newsletter Live tweet the episode: twitter.com/food4thotpod Troll us on Facebook: facebook.com/food4thotpod DM us on Insta: instagram.com/gayslutswhoread Dennis: twitter.com/theearldenden Joe: twitter.com/reluctantlyjoe Tommy: twitter.com/heyteebs Fran: twitter.com/fransquishco Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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