“We always knew we were loved.” — India Dupre
In one of Girl Boner Radio’s most powerful episodes yet, August interviews India Dupre, a singer, actress and writer whose life story would be unfathomable for most. When her family moved from England to Australia when India was four, India and her two siblings were taken from her mother, told she was dead and put to work in a camp.
In effort to reunite with her family, India’s formerly shy, Mormon mother became a stripper, and eventually, a celebrated Australian sex symbol. Listen to the heroic, love-filled story you’ll truly have to hear to believe.
August also shares self-pleasure tips from Dr. Megan Fleming, in honor of National Masturbation Month.
Listen to the episode on iTunes or Stitcher Radio, or stream it here:
- More about India: IndiaDupre.com
- Instagram: IndiaDupreOfficial
- Twitter: @IndiaDupre
- Her mother’s artwork and more: Mermaid Royalty.com
What did you think of the episode? We’d love to hear from you! Leave a comment below or contact August directly through email or Twitter (@AugstMcLaughlin). To submit a sex or relationship question, add the hashtag #AskDrMegan or #GirlBoner.
KM Huber says
Compelling is the word that keeps coming to mind in regard to this story of family lost and regained. Yet compelling seems inadequate. Her story and storytelling is mesmerizing. I cannot imagine this not being a film as I could “see” the story as she told it. It is the kind of story and film that reveals the best and worst in human nature. That it is a true story tears at the heart yet the creativity in each of these family members abounds, almost as if they could not fail. I can’t ever imagine forgetting this story. Thanks, August, for this remarkable interview. As always, your insightful questions bring to our lives another’s life we might not ever know. Simply, stunning! We are all much richer for your work.
August McLaughlin says
Compelling and mesmerizing are the perfect words. I agree! And really can’t wait until we can enjoy it on the big screen.
Thanks for listening, and for the super support!
Aurora Jean Alexander says
This was quite some story, August. I was completely taken in. I was very moved at times. Thanks for sharing.
August McLaughlin says
So glad it struck you, too, Aurora. Really appreciate your tuning in!