This is a beautiful talk, well worth watching and sharing!
I saw it first on Promiscuity Keepers where it was accompanied by a wonderful essay, which I'd like to breifly quote, rather than adding any other additional commentary of my own . . .
I am not afraid of myself or my desires. I know what I am capable of, I know what I like, and I know how to stop. I am afraid of other people – afraid they will want to do those things to me, and by those things, I mean lock me up and prevent me from being myself because they are afraid of themselves.