Today's show starts off with Susie reading from an article by Janet Allon: "Adventures in Menstruation". You'll learn about menstrual activists who, in defiance of old-fashioned notions like "women's periods are shameful", are instead tasting, making art, and baking with their own menstrual blood. Author Allon calls these women fearless feminists, and Susie agrees. Why hasn't society let go of the idea that periods should be hidden and not talked about? It's still a taboo subject. Come on!
Next, Susie highlights another sexy new audiobook. This week's pick is The Killer Wore Leather by Laura Antoniou, read by Lauren Fortgang. Susie loves this S/M mystery novel. A reviewer wrote that this is "fifty shades of hilarious". Susie has an audio excerpt for you to hear.
Then, from the "Try This at Home" mailbag, a listener has an etiquette question. She asks: "Do I have to attend the wedding I completely disapprove of? The soon-to-be happy couple has lied and cheated on each other, and it's a train wreck soon to arrive at the alter."
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