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.