September 2010 Archives

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This show was recorded live before a studio audience at the Smitten Kitten in Minneapolis. We must apologize for the audio, despite Coochie's best efforts, she neglected to turn on a few of the microphones. Oops.


The audience asks Sex is Fun some personal questions in this half, including, "What it the most embarrassing sexual experience of your lives?" and, "What was the dirtiest thing you've ever done?" That is when Coochie tells us that bukake is not all that big of a deal, it is just fun. Kidder tells the audience about his very first experience with group sex.



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This show was recorded live before a studio audience at the Smitten Kitten in Minneapolis. We must apologize for the audio, despite Coochie's best efforts, she neglected to turn on a few of the microphones. Oops.



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Today Susie Bright joins the cast on the Sex is Fun show to talk about her game, "I Dare You!" Of course our conversation runs the gamut from games, to g-spots, to Ricky Lake.



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Kidder can't ever seem to get laid in his dreams and on the rare occasion he does, he can't ever achieve orgasm.

The gang discusses the sex dreams they've had.

We do our best to interpret the erotic dreams of our listeners.



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Aftercare and Kreplit theory. You know that feeling after really intense sex that lets you know you need a little extra emotional care? We do and we're going to talk about that. What should you do when you do not have the energy or the desire to give your partner aftercare? What should you do if your partner won't give you aftercare?

Kreplit: A unit of time and energy, love and affection that you have to give yourself and others in your life. Everyone needs a certain amount to be happy and content and everyone has a finite amount to give to others. Some need more than others and some have more to give than others. Coined by sex educator, author, and podcaster, Kidder Kaper on the Sex is Fun show to help make people aware that non-monogamyrequires you to understand how much time, energy, love and affection you have to give to each new relationship you start.

Lorax and Kidder recently encountered a kreplit famine and it resulted in some strange behaviors. Introverts regenerate kreplits from being alone and extroverts regenerate kreplits from spending time with other people. Coochie is solar powered so she can save Kidder and Lorax from falling into a hideous vortex of spiraling kreplit deficit.



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