We have a treat for our listeners today as I interview my boyfriend, P. Nickle and he shares his perspective about living with and loving someone who runs an STD/STI website, but more importantly, who is living with a sexually transmitted disease/infection.
You may have noticed some of his recent articles about how he felt when he first found out and what sex is like with me. He’ll be continuing to share his thoughts and perspectives in the weeks to come, so feel free to comment and let him know if you’ve found his views beneficial – we really hope you have!
What to Expect When You’re Expecting…a Podcast
In an effort to cater to short attention spans (mainly, my own), we keep these podcasts between 10 and 15 minutes in length. When we have guests on the show, sometimes they’re a little bit longer, but we know you’re busy. So, we promise to always do our very best to be as concise as possible.
Today’s podcast runs about 18 minutes in length. I interview my significant other, P. Nickle, and he shares how he feels about dating someone with an STD and what he thinks about stigma and education in particular.
LISTEN in a new window > What It’s Like to Date Someone with an STD
APPLE > iTunes
ANDROID > One Click
GOOGLE > Google Podcasts
iHEARTRADIO > iHeartRadio
PODCHASER > Podchaser
SPOTIFY > Spotify
SPREAKER > Spreaker
STITCHER > Stitcher
TUNEIN > TuneIn
Next week, I’ll be interviewing the author of ‘HPV & HSV1 – The Year of 2 STDs – STD Interviews‘, Lindsey Wahowiak. Stay tuned!
– – – –
This podcast interview was with P. Nickle, The STD Project’s significant other. P. Nickle has a BA in Business and is currently working on his Masters in Criminal Justice and Psychology. He served in the United States Air Force and is a veteran of both Iraq and Afghanistan. He believes he has always had an open mind, an open heart, and he welcomes all walks of life regardless of sexuality, creed, or race. He is looking forward to sharing his views, knowledge, and experiences with STDs with you guys, our audience. He encourages all comments and questions.
– – – –
What did you think of today’s podcast? Do you have a suggestion for an upcoming podcast? Or would you like to take part in an upcoming podcast interview/conversation via Skype or in person? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!