Ask a Sub is an advice podcast for the kink-curious to take themselves from dreaming to doing. Our host Lina Dune is bringing wellness kink to the masses, and equipping every would-be kinkster with the tools to become their own BDSM BFF.
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Cue up some disco and put on your finest assless chaps, we’re taking a walking tour through the heart of leather culture in the 1970’s - San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood (home of Folsom Street) and the many bars, clubs, and bathhouses tha... more
Today’s episode is all about feeling your feelings. One sub asks whether it’s possible to introduce kink to her partner in a non-sexual context, while another wants to know how to react in a subby way to conflict with their Dom. more
On this month's Deep Dive interview, Brat Whisperer Lola Jean joins me to talk all about what makes brat tick, and more importantly how to find your inner brat and negotiate the conditions that will allow (controlled, joyful) chaos to reign. You are ... more
I am so grateful for this pod and waiting patiently for its return. Such important info and education from one of the most trusted sources out there in our community. We love you!!!
As a newbie kinkster, and enthusiastic bottom, Lina’s podcast has given me excellent insight into a world I was curious, but shy, about. Coming at this material from the sub’s perspective made me feel seen and understood, and validated! I hope there will be a season two!?!
Wow thank you so much for providing this information in such an accessible and responsible way! I love this podcast and am so grateful. More, pretty please?
Amazingly considerate and insightful.
Lina is one of the best and one of my favorite kinky resources, esp since I’m also bisexual and haven’t felt as seen and heard anywhere else! Hers was also the first resource I found that centered a sub perspective and it has been more helpful than I could’ve imagined. Her patreon, her podcast, and social media are all great and are much needed for so many kinksters like myself who knew something was missing in other spaces. Desperately awaiting more seasons!
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ask a sub launched 2 years ago and published 21 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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