Today's show starts off with a sexual thumbs up nod to Canada. The Canadian courts now say whores have a right to run a lawful business. While prostitution in Ontario has been technically legal, it's never meant that sex workers were protected. Now that's changed, and prostitutes can call the police and report a bad client. This oldest profession is a dangerous one, and this new ruling lessens the risk of violence from disgruntled Johns. And Canadian sex workers now have the ability to set up workers-compensation programs and more. Next may come "Union, Union, Union!" Susie says. This is the biggest sex story of the year!
Next, in our ongoing "Tell me your Sex Story" segment, Susie continues her popular voyeuristic interviews in which she asks nosy, personal questions to one of our willing listeners. This week "Charlie", a retired physician, gets into the sexual confession booth. This doc has had a long-term marriage and reveals some of the sex games he and his wife have played over the years to keep their relationship hot. Charlie and Susie talk about cross-dressing, anal penetration, and the beloved Hitachi magic wand.
Then in our "Try This at Home" mailbag, a listener has written an urgent letter. "How come I'm getting a migraine headache just as I'm about to orgasm? Is this psychological or physical? Help!"
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 451, October 8, 2010]
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