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The Parker Edison Project: Sex And The Transplant City

Parker Edison (left) interviews underground rapper 2Mex (right) in this photo...

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Above: Parker Edison (left) interviews underground rapper 2Mex (right) in this photo taken in 2021.

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In this episode, we examine how San Diego’s lascivious history makes it perfect for online dating and sexy getaways.

Music credits:

* 2Mex - LA Underground Hip Hop
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Aired: March 24, 2021 | Transcript

Just how sexy is San Diego?

In a new episode of the KPBS Explore podcast "The Parker Edison Project," host Parker Edison is joined by a special guest host, and the two talk about San Diego's lascivious history, the dating scene and how the military, LGBTQ+ communities and even the weather have influenced the city's culture.

The show ends in Long Beach, with underground rapper 2Mex.

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