Allena Gabosh, Executive Director for the Center for Sex-Positive Culture (CSPC) included this in yesterdays newsletter:
"KOMO TV NEWS STORY
I was recently interviewed by KOMO news in regards to the fact that we are a non profit social organization. While I haven't seen the piece, I will say that I was fairly treated by the reporter. They interviewed me once at Wild At Heart (a great sex store in Ballard) and again at the Center on a Monday morning. The piece will air tomorrow (Monday) during the 11:00 News and will also be available on-line if you miss it. The reporter has asked for feedback so please give it so I can send it to her."
Some nice person named TitaniumExpose on FetLife has posted a link to a very sensationalist teaser clip that KOMO has on their website as of this writing. To see it go here:PREVIEW
After watching the above clip, I sent the following email to KOMO's news tips email:
"I just watched your shamelessly sensational clip about the Center for
Sex-Positive Culture (CSPC) (Clip located here:http://www.komonews.com/about/33467589.html
In this clip someone refers to the "owner" of the club. I'm assuming that they mean Allena Gabosh, our executive director. As one of the founding board members of CSPC (then known as "The Wet Spot") and one of the people present when we decided to hire her for that position, I can assure you that the only "owners" of CSPC are the over 10,000 members of the organization. Please get this right in your story.
And please, try to be a little less judgmental of our organization. We
change lives, improve relationships, create community and give people
a safe place to learn and play."
...and then I signed my name, CSPC member number and phone number.
I hope I'm worrying way too much about this.
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