Dedicated to the rational discussion
of human sexuality from the approach of fun, enjoyment and pleasure.
Each episode features a different topic that will discuss how
to maximize sexual enjoyment while avoiding all the dangers
of sex. Sex is Fun features author of Sex is Fun! Creative
Ideas for Exciting Sex and head game designer for Great
Sex Games, Kidder Kaper, sex educator, Laura Rad, HiV and
AIDS educator Gay Rick, and the sound engineer, Coochie.
Laura Rad: Laura@SexisFun.net
Gay Rick: Rick@SexisFun.net
Realizing that this show title has already offended some of our listeners, we discuss the prospects, benefits, and pitfalls that may occur when trying to talk your partner into anything. Why is the threesome fantasy so common and what can partaking in a threesome bring to your relationship? Who should you choose to join you in your threesome and who should you avoid? What do you do after the threesome?
Laura Rad reviews the Pleasure Ball from Extreme Restraints. A 77 year-old caller loves the book, and his G-Rider he got from Smitten Kitten. A caller tells Kidder that he doesn't know crap about Mythology. That begins a rant about samurai and Jedi, and how Yoda doesn't have the foresight of a donkey with blinders on. A caller wants to know how she too can make a fortune from being a sex educator.
Kidder and the gang attempt to use the word, "frak" instead of its better known but more offensive cousin in an attempt to make their more prudish listeners happy. Chances are they'll still get offended because they'll eventually figure out that a word is just a word and the meaning is the same no matter how you pronounce it and they are just being irrationally sensitive about that which is merely a word. Even if they said, "Shucks," "gosh-darn," "golly," and "heck," every time they wanted to say, "fuck," they'd still mean, "fuck," so it hardly matters, now does it?
Today we interview, Cooper and Dylan from Life on the Swingset. If you've ever considered playing with another couple, this is a great show to peep. We discuss, getting started, jealousy, bisexuality, oral barriers and a new sexual revolution of couples entertaining various forms of non-monogamy.
Deborah Sundahl comes in for a fun chat about the G-Spot, King's College London, older people having sex, menopause, Maud, female ejaculation, the many moods of a vagina throughout the monthly cycle, chronic pelvic tension syndrome, the Catholic Church, sex education, George Rekers, wetspots, and Joycelyn Elders.
Today on Sex is Fun, we answer a question from a listener who has an itchy penis after having unprotected anal sex. Kidder suggests a new regular segment to Sex is Fun called, "Oooh Pee On That! Watersports News!"
Caller chides us a bit for not talking about the differences between the different kinds of clitoral piercings. Another caller suggests that we record a show about Vulvodynia and wants to know how she can get a career in the lucrative arena of professional sex educators.
Kidder receives a letter from a listener who will no longer be tuning into the show until Kidder becomes less "macho" and trades in the f'n-hymer for language that would be acceptable on the ABC Family Network.
Tonight we're talking about Labiaplasty which means surgical augmentation of the vulva usually to reduce the appearance of the labia for aesthetic purposes.
It has come to our attention that this procedure which used to be reserved only for restoration after injury is being performed on more and more women each year at an exponential rate.
We've also learned that censors who requires Photoshop alteration of the protruding labia minora may be causing an unnecessary panic among women who see nothing but doctored photos causing them to feel that their vulvas are abnormal. Because most women only see vulvas in pornography or magazines, and because ALL the magazines are artificially doctored, large numbers of women are gaining an unrealistic perception of what vulvas should look like.
A listener wants to be a porn star but has no idea how to get into the work force. Another caller used to have super hot threesomes with his wife when she used to rock and roll but has since stopped drinking and is no longer interested in Ménage à trois with a sober mindset.
Laura Rad is beginning to get violent impulses in her last stages of pregnancy. The group discusses the Sex is Fun! book launch. Kidder shares his fears of being a failure, letting everyone down, and dying alone.
Today we take a call from a listener who has contracted herpes and wants
to know if she'll ever have a fulfilling sex life again.
caller is happily married but is crushing big-time on another married
woman and wants to know how she should go about breaching the topic of
getting it on with her crush.
The game Dick and Virginia was custom made
to help people have these conversations, but GreatSexGames.com can't
even give them away. The final caller really loves prostate milking but
unfortunately his wife is getting sore fingers and wants to know if
there are toys that could help them get the job done. The Sex is Fun! book is now available everywhere fine books are sold.