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A couple of nights ago I had the pleasure of being a guest on the recording of the No Safe Word podcast, hosted by my good friend Sparky and his hilarious co-host, Daddy Tony. I got to talk about hypnosis and some of the things I do with it.
The podcast is now available. You can listen to it here, or download it on iTunes (search for “NoSafeWord” in the podcasts section and listen to Episode 6).
I will hopefully be on a future episode of the podcast to talk more about hypnosis and to answer questions from listeners. If you have any questions you’d like me to answer “on the air”, send them to email@example.com.
I’ve finally joined Twitter. If you want to follow me, I’m @Erotic_Hypno on there. I’m planning to tweet quite a bit, including some pictures and updates about my life and my job. I’m hoping it will be a great way to interact with people.
A few days ago Brian Moylan from Vice Magazine came over for a session. He wrote an article about it for the magazine.
The link to the article has been added to the Links section.
Next Thursday, March 29, I will be moving to a new apartment in Chelsea. The new place will be much nicer than the old one, and is only a second floor walkup (compared to my current fifth floor walkup). It will still be very conveniently located to transportation, right by the 1 and C/E subway lines, and a short walk from the F/M and N/R lines.
Moving, of course, means upending one’s life for a short period. As such, I won’t be available for in-calls from Tuesday, March 27, through Saturday, March 31. I should have the new place set up by Sunday, April 1. However, in between packing, moving and unpacking, I should have some time for out-calls.
I finally have the ability to accept payment from all major credit cards. Due to processing fees, there will be an additional charge when paying by credit card: $10 for the first sessions and $5 for the hourly rate.
Last week I taped a guest appearance on a cable-access TV show called Daniel Nardicio’s Sh*t Show. It’s a wacky talk show with all kinds of interesting and non-standard guests. Besides a short interview, I got to show off my skills by hypnotizing a member of the audience backstage and then bringing him out and demonstrating some basic erotic hypnosis tricks. The finale was turning him into a stripper, having him give a lap dance to a drag queen and then strip completely. Needless to say it was a lot of fun.
The show airs on MNN1 (channel 34 or 78 on TWC, 82 on RCN or 33 on Verizon) at 1am Wednesday nights (really Thursday mornings). I’m not sure when the episode I’m on will air, but there’s a good chance it will be next Wednesday (May 18). MNN1 is only available for cable subscribers in Manhattan, but it can also be viewed online on the MNN website (this is a live view, not archived, so you’d have to be online at 1am EDT to watch the show).
A regular guest on the Sh*t Show is Michael Musto from the Village Voice. He recently started a video section on his blog and posted a video from the show I was on. You can see a couple of short segments with me in them.
You can see Michael Musto’s original post on the Village Voice blog.
Next Magazine (NYC’s local gay rag) interviewed me a while back for their annual sex issue. The issue came out today and you can read the article here or grab a physical copy of the magazine in the various gay neighborhoods.
Of course, I added a link to the article on the Links section.
I’m going to be talking about hypnosis and doing demo for the NY Boys of Leather this coming Thursday, February 10, at 8:30pm. The talk and demo will take place at the LGBT Center (208 W 13th St.), room 203 and will focus on hypnosis and BDSM. It’s open to the general public, but there is a suggested donation of $5 to help cover the fee for the room.
If you plan on coming, please make sure you get there on time. I will be starting promptly at 8:30. And don’t forget to say hi at the end of the demo!
As usual, a link has been added to the Links page.
Until recently I’d been living far uptown (“upstate Manhattan” as my friends would call it). That changed last week when I moved to a nice apartment in Midtown West, a couple of blocks from Penn Station. The best thing about the new apartment is that I’m now able to have clients over for in-calls. The new apartment is a fifth floor walkup, so keep that in mind if you have trouble with stairs.
I will still be able to use the room in the Flatiron District (for an additional charge, of course) for clients who don’t want to climb up the four flights of stairs or for any other reason.
If anyone is interested, I’m now on Facebook. Feel free to add me. I will use it to post updates and maybe for some special offers down the road.