I like nothing more than to hear Susie talk about all sorts of subjects. She spends plenty of time talking about sex; she is very amused by herself (as she should be). A must hear for good hearted liberals everywhere.
If i want politics..i will watch/listen to political programs...sex talk..where is the sex talk in her ranting..just another angry with herself liberal blaming everyone else and ranting....cant any of you liberal noodnicks stay on the topic...cant you do what you get paid to do....
totally not worth the money you spend...
Susie seems very interested in talking about politics, life, and assorted other "non-sex" topics. Unfortunatelt, she doesn't really have anything interesting to say about them. :-/
As for the sex talk... it's pretty bland. Everything she says sounds very pretentious and her voice irritates the heck out of me.
Save your money.
Susie Bright represents one of the last outspoken rational thinkers of our time. This series isn't for everyone, just for those of us who enjoy sex and like thinking and talking about it.
You either like this woman or you don't. She really doesn't add anything to my sexual awareness but when you happen to be 30 minutes into a 60 minute workout on the treadmill she beats CNN. It's about what I learned as a junior in High School but, what the hell, it takes the pain away.
I was expecting something more like other informational sex shows I've seen and heard, and I was willing to take the chance that the other negative reviews were wrong. As it turns out, the shows I've heard (4 or 5) were almost exclusively about politics first and sex second. Her condescending tone and overbearing opinions made the shows at times painful to listen to. I won't waste another minute listening to this soapbox speech. Whether I agree with her point or not, the manner in which tries to get her point across makes it unbearable to listen to.
Hmmmm.. reading several recent reviews prompted me to step up to the plate here and talk about how I hear Susie, and place her in the current cultural landscape. To me, she's kind of like a funny, funky, articulate, thoughtful, frank friend at my kitchen table. She doesn't split off her sexual self from the rest of herself, and she weaves it all together in a sexually, culturally, politically explicit way that I find powerful and real. She's deeply humane and a bit utopian. This is a long standing and valuable tradition in this country!!
not funny, she laughs for no reason, or maybe it is a rehersed laugh. I thought that this would be informative and funny, but not at all. She is annoying and she sucks.
I've listened to about 5 shows now and I have to say I'm hooked. I read a reveiw below about this show appealing to Hillary Clinton and Barbara Boxer-ist types and that actually attracted me to it. While I thought at first that this might just be sex sex sex, I was glad to hear everything Susy has to say about sex being just as much of a mind thing as it is a physical thing. Also the way she talks about sex research and education being touchy subjects in colleges really helped me to understand that to educate people about sex and talk VERY openly about relationship issues is a very gratifying and socially responsible way to meet an informational need that is not being met in our American communities. By showing young and old alike that sex is not and should not be a hush hush subject, Susy has made herself an invaluable tool for everyones educational progress.