Podcast: January 2010 Archives

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A caller calls in with a tirade about Kidder's anti-religious tirades. Kidder calmly explains that he isn't anti-religious, he's pro-sex. Kidder often describes himself as an agnostic who prays, but lately he's felt as though he's losing his religion and getting a new one. He's entertaining the idea of Humanism.

Coochie reviews a butt plug called the Tantus Silicone Anal Flirt from Extreme Restraints.

Kidder has invented and perfected a butt plug detector. A caller wants to know if consensual incest is good or bad based on the SiF Code of Conduct. The staff loves it when a caller asks a question that makes them uncomfortable. Kidder's been playing Rock Band.

Laura reviews Filament Magazine, erotica, articles and naughty pictures for women and gay men. A caller wants to know how to become a sex educator and wonders if Kidder is against body mods because he doesn't want to freak people out, thus making him a better sex educator. Kidder, doesn't want to belong to AASECT and believes that Violet Blue is a sex educator no matter what association of standardized thinking says she isn't.



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Kidder drinks absinth and plays Wii Resort Sports until 4 AM. Viagra delays ejaculations. Kidder reviews Obsello Absinth. Coochie warns that you shouldn't drink and make bad decisions. Kidder hopes for viagra in tea. Laura Rad ponders the sex life of Mr. Rogers.

Eventually the team gets to the point of the show and talk about their favorite erogenous zones. Kidder realizes that his favorites spots are also the most vulnerable ones. Laura Rad loves a sweaty armpit. We are a touch deprived society. Give up the myth that there is ONE place on your partner's body that if touched, will drive them crazy. Take your time and don't have an objective when finding and stimulating erogenous zones. Don't you just HATE it when a partner almost touches your favorite erogenous zone but then moves on before actually touching it.



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Extra Extra: King's College London calls the G-Spot a fraud. G-Spot responds by spitting in King's College London's eye! Sex is Fun responds to the recent King's College London twin study that lead researchers to conclude that there is no G-Spot.

We're honestly amazed that this is even still in debate. It is almost like none of these researchers took the time to finger 20-30 women. If they had, they'd have come to the same conclusion that we all have on Sex is Fun.



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A caller who bought 3 vibrators for his wife discovered that she hated them all. She likes internal vibrators and the SiF team has to scramble to find her a model that she'll like that isn't complete and udder crap. Rick reviews his favorite prostate toy ever, the Excel from Nexus.

Jim calls in to ask, "Where's the book at?" The Sex is Fun book will be released to the public on June 1st. 2010. This leads us into a discussion of books, including, "World War Z," Walking Dead," and, "How to Win Friends and Influence People."

A contributor on the forum calls out Coochie for being a fag-hag or something like that. Will Bill Maher and Ann Coulter do blow and have sex together at the dawn of armageddon? We'll discuss this and much much more on this episode of sex is fun.



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Today the gang interviews Paige Vigil who writes for the MN Daily about her recent article on the topic of swinging.



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