By David Tuller, DrPH
The last time I was interviewed about my work, I was sitting in a bubble bath with the guy tossing questions at me. That was, of course, my appearance last April on Tub Talks with Damon, a web series in which my friend Damon Jacobs, a gay, sex-positive psychotherapist in New York City, conducts interviews from a unique vantage point. Being interviewed by Damon is a disarming experience, and a disrobing one.
It was fun! But once was enough–if not for me then for the viewing public.
So when Jaime Seltzer and Steven Molony invited me to be on #MEAction’s recently launched podcast, Chronically Complex, I braced myself momentarily–but they did not ask me to shed my clothes while sharing my thoughts. Whew! So here is my clothed interview with Jaime, #MEAction’s director of science and medical outreach, and Steven, the filmmaker who produces the organization’s videos–about my work, my background, and whatever else. (Of course, since this is a podcast, no one would actually know if if I were in a tub–but I wasn’t.)
I appreciate the invitation!!
1 thought on “Trial By Error: After Last Year’s Tub Talk, Here’s an Interview–Clothed–for #MEAction’s Podcast”
That the truth is naked, that’s all that matters.
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