David Steinberg is an author, photographer, and a radically sane guy. We talk about his inadvertent work with the CIA, what it was like to be plugged into the anti-war political world of San Francisco in the late 60s, and his lifelong refusal to accept shame as a sensible response to human sexuality. Join us in Portland's Laurelhurst Park for this wide-ranging, intimate conversation. Music: Opening theme: Basin and Range. Kim Churchill, "Don't Leave Your Life Too Long." iTunes link. Closing theme: Carsie Blanton, "Smoke Alarm."