This is a really fun show. It is broad ranging in its coverage of topics. Bright has a long history as a sex-positive pro-queer feminist activist, so anyone (like some of the listeners who posted negative, homophobic reviews here) who is surprised that she talks about politics must have his/her head in the sand.
I first heard Susie Bright speak about 14 years ago at a Gay/bi/lesbian event when I was in college and she was a delight. She shocked the identity politics crowd by refusing to be "politically correct." On her show, she is warm, funny, open, bsically all the things you want in the context of sex. And yes, she'll talk about gay stuff, but she's a straight-friendly, non-judgemental character w/lots to say. Don't listen to the haters.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 only listened to the interview with Candida Royalle, but was unimpressed. Susie's interview style seems awfully chaotic and she's a little too amused with herself. She talked at least as much about herself as she did her guest. I was disappointed because it sounded like a really interesting show.
I listened to the first 2 issues I got of Susie Bright's column with great expectations of a light discourse on human sexuality and other related issues. What I got was basically slander and racism. I was appalled and offended when Ms. Bright purported in issues 106-107 that the only way that a black women could attain a high cabinet level position was by sleeping with the president. This is the innuendo of the Jim Crow days of the South in the 1950's and has no place in a racially tolerant world. This site is no place for authors to put forth racist doctrine.
I thought the topics and discussion were fun, but the sound quality was really poor. It sounds like "In Bed" is recorded on an iTunes microphone in a room with no soundproofing. Ick.