That One Time I Appeared on the Peter Pinho Radio Network

Shortly after my book, Squirting: It’s Easier Thank You Think was released, I received a phone with an excited man named Brian on the other end. Brian is one of the hosts/producers at PPRN, the Peter Pinho Radio Network. For those of you who don’t know what PPRN is, it’s a podcast with a Mancow/Howard Stern-esque feel. It’s humor and music, with some shock value mixed in. Brian explained to me squirting had been a regular topic on their show, and he was ecstatic to have me on the show. He said they never called guests, had a long list of people who wanted on the show, and this was a unique phone call. He begged me to be on the show that night, but he wasn’t telling any of the other hosts. I would be a surprise featured guest. Just the night before their featured guest had been actress Tracey Birdsall, who you may know from her appearances on Young and the Restless, Family Ties, Casino, and other TV and movies (no big deal, right?). I was thrilled and honored, especially considering the book had just launched. Some sexuality experts/authors might not have been as thrilled. I take the subject of female pleasure very seriously, yet I can still see the humor in squirting. I knew it would be a fun time, and still an opportunity to promote my book.

The group at PPRN is a hilarious, fun loving bunch. We had a great time. I even hung out on air for over one hour. Unfortunately, the first half hour was inaudible to the listeners, as they had some sound issues. We promoted the book multiple times, but also talked about how far I could squirt and what other options we might have for utilizing the power of squirting.

By the end of the segment, we had determined we needed to co-write two more follow-up books, one a pop-up book which squirts at you at the end, and the other a recipe book which includes such delicacies as a squirt fluid marinade for salmon.

You can listen to the podcast below. Start at about the 37 minute mark, when you can actually hear me. ~Raine

Well…this is me

Well…this is me. Some days I’m not sure how I got to this point in my life. Life experience led me to first write a sexuality book, and now I’m working on publishing my second book, about my time (a long time) spent in an abusive relationship. I struggle with sharing these parts of myself, some of the most vulnerable parts of myself, of my life, of my history. I didn’t come here in pursuit of exhibition, but instead I hope to inspire others (particularly women) to become stronger, happier, empowered. It seems we’ve come a long way as a society, but yet we still have a lot of work to do in how we treat each other, and just as importantly how we expect ourselves to be treated. Join me on this journey of sharing myself with you through my writing. I hope something will hit a nerve and inspire you to become a better, healthier version of yourself. Maybe some of you will inspire me along the way. ~Raine