Today's show starts off with a conundrum: if you're into S&M, is there such a thing as too much pain? Susie reads an article by sexpert Greta Christina that talks about masochist extremes. The story goes into the kinky paradox that inflicting pain allows an increase in the sexual fun level. And the more pain, the more thrill - but how much pain can a body stand? We hear how the physical and mental states work together with fantasy and reality.
Next, in "Tell Me Your Sex Story", Susie is at it again, asking a listener some nosy sexual questions that are none of her business but that we all want to hear about anyway. We meet "Astrid", who works as a postal letter carrier, and she's seen and heard more intimate details about the people on her route then anyone can imagine. Susie and "Astrid" also talk about threesomes, swinging, and just what it means to not be into vanilla sex. You'll never see your mail carrier in the same light again.
Finally, in our "Try This at Home" mailbag, Susie responds to a question she's seen floating around in all the popular magazines. She's ticked-off that nobody has given a direct answer to this common problem. A woman has stayed with her boyfriend for many years, hoping he'll soon be ready to settle down and have kids. Oops, now she's almost 40, and she asks - what should I do?
Have a question? You can call Susie's hotline at 831-480-5110. And you can send your confidential questions - plus requests for free samples and blog banners! - to firstname.lastname@example.org. [Episode 441, July 16, 2010]
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