Darrah on The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet
June 19th, 2012 | Dating & Gender, Other Appearances, srBlog archives
I’m really grateful to appear in all of the episodes of The Conversation, as a “woman on the street.” Better-termed, a notable woman who isn’t a celebrity (yet).
If you haven’t been watching, be sure to catch up at The Conversation website, which also serves as a community for women’s voices and stories. Men are welcome there to. Let’s learn from one another, so that we can get just that much closer to the elusive… UNITY.
View the latest episode, where I’m sprinkled throughout, dishing on topics like “your biggest vice,” “your favorite sex position,” and “what turns you on”? I’m looking forward to some of the other questions I answered in my segment, like “what would you tell your 14-year-old self”? Perhaps in a future episode!
This week’s episode was a sparkler, mostly because of Kelly Preston’s insight about sexual attraction, and Mira Sorvino – who serves as the UN Ambassador To Combat Human Trafficking – revealing the bleak realities of human trafficking and abuse of women, and her grandmother’s bravery amid domestic violence. Mira makes a great distinction between being sexually forthright and empowered, and allowing yourself to be objectified or taken advantage of. Personally, I wish our society would remove the burden and blame from women in avoiding rape, dealing with rape, and having to shirk the shame from being raped, instead insisting that Men learn to end the machist culture that promotes it. Talk about an opportunity for a unified front and spiritual elevation!
The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet and exec producer Demi Moore, airs next on June 21, 11/10C on Lifetime. Catch the latest news and watch episodes and clips for free by signing up for their mailing list.
“I began experiencing my life as if it were my spiritual practice. We’re not all meant to be siting at the top of the mountain in silence.” Connie Britton