Susie starts off today's show with an idea that will help you fulfill any new year's sex resolution you may have made. Susie suggests that a private sex dairy may be just the tool to help keep you on track and successful. Why not grab a pen and a journal and see what lusty things develop?
Next, it's our annual look at the Top Sex Stories of 2010. Susie loves to remember the most outrageous events from last year and to tote up how many news stories had to do with sex. She's always surprised by what made the headlines. This year's list ranges from the Sexting craze to the end of Craig's List sex ads - and more!
Then, in our "Try This at Home" mailbag, Susie gets a letter from a listener who has a beef with some comments she made about women putting off childbirth until their 40s. Our listener says there's a lot of hype over the perils of motherhood after a certain age, so please don't make blanket statements. Let's hear what Susie has to say about this!
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 463, January 7, 2011]
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I picked this particular recording at random, because all of her selections are terrific. First I should say that this is a program about sex, for sex, all sex all the time. But, it is one of the funniest shows I've ever listened to. Sometimes she discusses particular subject, other times she'll have a guest, often an author and usually a sexpert. On some shows she'll answer letters, and is very good at drawing inferences and explaining things the writer may not understand without ever being condescending. That said, she is always funny funny funny! I always laugh out loud as I listen to these at night. If only my husband knew what I was listening to. . . !
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