RISK! Podcast
  • Episode:#902
  • Date:October 16, 2017
  • Run Time:1:04:31
  • Download: MP3

With Bawdy in Brooklyn 2

Rachel Lark, Bex Caputo and Mollena Williams-Haas share about the pleasures of pee-play, a sex party on Queer Prom night, and the ultimate union between "Master" and "slave" when RISK! and Bawdy Storytelling teamed up in Brooklyn.

Song: RISK! Theme by Wormburner and John Sondericker

Song: Didn’t See It Coming by Rachel Lark

Live Story: Helmut’s Tinkles by Kevin Allison

Live Story: Prom Night by Bex Caputo

Song: I Zimba by Talking Heads

Live Story: Two Great Tastes that Taste Great Together by Mollena Williams-Haas

Song: Sexy M.F. by Prince & The New Power Generation

7 Comments

  1. Mollena’s story was so fun and beautiful, it was absolutely wonderful to hear. Thank you for taking the time to tell it!

  2. Hey Kevin
    I’m new to the show and love it!
    Just a few questions: Why do the episode numbers jump from 852 to 901? Is there somewhere I can find missing episodes?

  3. Hey Newbie, they’re like the numbers for episodes in a TV series. 852 means it was the 52nd episode of our 8th Season. The series started on Oct 6, 2009, so every time we pass that date, we start a new season. We’ve just started our 9th year.

  4. This is the first podcast EVER that I immediately rewinded (rewound?) and listened to the story again immediately. This is also my first time commenting on a podcast episode (I literally listen to about 15 a week) soooo safe to say this this wasn’t your average story…..
    Mollena’s story is EVERYTHING. I mean EVERYYYTHINGGGG. All the feels. All the bright and airiness of my heart as I float in gratitude for her willingness to share this love story. Thank you, Kevin, for creating this platform. Thank you, Mollena, for being unabashed and brave and proud to be YOU and so eloquently sharing your love with us.

  5. I gotta second and third and fourth everyone’s praise of Mollena. So fucking gorgeous.

  6. Ive loved Mollena for years. I’d heard the story of her getting her Piece of the Pie before, but framed this way, and with the associated hyphen, it’s wiser and sweeter for that wisdom. I’ve heard every story Risk! has put up, and I can’t remember hearing one with this much love.

  7. Glad I found this site. Thank you. Great stories and readers.

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