An alarming amount of deaths in the gay porn industry has Susie wondering what's going on. Today, Susie reads from a recent article in XBiz by Dan Cameron entitled "Searching for Answers". Although an X-rated gay-movie career can magnify the pressure its male stars are placed under, there have never been so many suicides as in the past 17 months. Susie looks at the role inadequate health care has played in the despair and what the industry needs to do to help these troubled souls.
Next, Thailand has a new diagram for explaining its smorgasbord of sexualities. That's right, a handy little printout that categorizes sexualities and shows the variety of terms that may be unusual to many Westerners. An "Adam" is a man who likes tomboys. A "Cherry" is a woman who likes gay men. And there are sub divisions for transvestites, straights, bisexuals, and just about everyone else. Thailand is trying to clear the air on who is who and what we should call you. Strange, but not much harm in this diagram, says Susie.
Then, Susie has another new, sexy audiobook for us to sample. It's Erica Jong's Fanny: Being the True Adventures of Fanny Hackabout Jones. This is Jong's best-selling book after her Fear of Flying. Susie loves this book for its history of understanding women's psychology in the 18th century. The audiobook is narrated by Nicola Baber.
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