Susie takes a look at an article called "Times Square Blues" from The Nation magazine. It's a look back at what 42nd Street used to be famous for: lots of XXX movies, live nude revues, and just about anything sexy and dirty that you were willing to pay for. Author Rick Perlstein writes about visiting, in the 1970s, one of the hallowed establishments there called Show World. This gigantic adult entertainment venue offered many indulgences as well as a live girlie peep show for a quarter. Susie reflects on the history of and changes to New York City's Times Square.
Next, masturbation is in the headlines again. This time, though, it's not about teenage boys or slutty girls; no, it's male fetuses masturbating that's causing the "problem". Texas Rep. Michael Burgess has linked this fetal need to efforts to ban abortion, because he's witnessed male fetuses masturbating at as early as 15 weeks - which proves they feel pleasure and, therefore, pain if aborted. The bill called The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act passed by a narrow vote in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Finally, Susie has another sexy new audiobook for us to sample: Rake by Scott Phillips. It's about a cad, a scoundrel, a man you'll love to hate. Susie finds this book to be very sophisticated, using knowing humor to tell a thrilling story. Christian Rummel narrates.
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