Author Su Penn reads “Beyond Goodness Sex”

From Beyond Goodness Sex: Six people live in our house: me; my partner of two decades; our three children; and our housemate, a student at the college down the street. At least three of us identify as queer, which is to say that we are capable of forming romantic and/or sexual attachments to people whose genders are similar to our own as well as or instead of those whose genders are very different from our own. Subscribe to FJ’s podcast series. You can listen online🔒

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