February 2010 Archives

prostate_on_front.jpgThere you are with your hands on the bland manilla packaging that contains your new prostate toy. You ordered it because the reviews made it sound so good, promising you longer and more powerful orgasms. You finally broke down and decided to try it for yourself. So you parted with the $30-$70 and ordered it seven business days earlier and fell asleep each night thereafter fantasizing about the amazing pleasure this toy was going to bring into your life. The last time you remember feeling this excited was was just before you got your first BB gun.

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AH_pussy2.jpgEvery few weeks we get a large box from Topco, a enormous sex toy manufacturer that began way back in the very year of my birth. We never really know what Topco is going to send. They occasionally ask us what kind of products we want to test but rarely do our requests ever result in anything resembling what we told them to send. This week we got a larger than usual and significantly heavier box from the offices of Topco.

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introducing-toys2.jpgThe very title of this article made me laugh as I wrote it. When I say, "Introducing Sex Toys to your Relationship," I really mean, introducing them to your partner. After all, if you are cool with the toys already, it isn't you that needs the introduction. I cannot help but conjure pictures of my readers and listeners having an uncomfortable lunch with their favorite silicon dildo and their new boyfriend.

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vegetarians.jpgBack in January of 2009 the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals released an ad claiming that "studies show vegetarians have better sex." To illustrate their point they produced a montage of extremely attractive, scantily clad ladies going into heat while they pleasured themselves with pumpkins and heads of broccoli. This ad led to an overwhelming amount of email sent to Sex is Fun. Some of the inquisitors wanted to know if it was indeed true, and other's claimed that they knew it was true and pleaded with me to cover the topic on the show.

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Kidder Kaper


Kidder has been theorizing and writing about human sexuality since 1993, when he began work on his primary goal: "Teaching the world to be unafraid to enjoy sex."


Laura Rad


Laura Rad has been educating herself and others about sexuality for over seven years. You can find Laura every week chatting with the crew of the Sex is Fun Podcast.


Gay Rick


Gay Rick is an HIV Educator and Co-Host on the Sex is Fun podcast. He is also a certified Hepatitis C Educator.




The in-house audio engineer.


John Stark


John writes a blog titled We Sleep Together. He is in his twenties, and has been in an open relationship for six and some years.




The Walrus is an avid SIF listener, married, and recently became a proud father. He spends his days working in IT, but has always been interested in pushing the boundaries of traditional and conservative thoughts sexually.


Cooper Beckett


Cooper Beckett's life isn't like other people's. When he's not writing or podcasting at Life on the Swingset, he's living it up with his wife Marilyn as evangelical swingers, spreading the good word that "sharing is caring."


Beth Swings


Beth is an English rose, happily married and happily swinging in the UK and abroad. She has a full-time vanilla career which she loves. Beth counts sex and naturism among her many extra-curricular passions in life.


Mari Rose


Mari Rose and her family live in Colorado, love life and do their best to maintain balance and sanity and in this crazy, sexy, beautiful world.




Lorax runs everything behind the scenes at Sex is Fun. If she's not maintaining the website, gathering articles, or directing art you can find her wakeboarding or snowboarding with her husband.