Susie spends the first part of today's show looking at a controversial idea that could help some very lonely people get relief. If prostitution were legal, could we avoid rampages like the recent Isla Vista massacre? We've learned that the troubled young man was alienated, lonely, and a virgin - and longed for a girlfriend. Susie reads from former prostitute Annie Sprinkle's posts about how she soothed many troubled people when she was in the business. Sprinkle thinks that prostitutes can provide compassion and generosity to the disturbed, giving them much of the love they lack.
Next, from the "Try This at Home" mailbag, Susie has a letter from a listener who explains how she learned the hard way to stop being so tense and relax. And voila! Now she is giving "award-winning" hand jobs.
Finally, in her "What's New on Audible" segment, Susie previews a how-to erotic audiobook: Exhibitionism for the Shy by Carol A. Queen, narrated by G. C. Von Cloudts. This book will help you achieve erotic pleasure with tips and exercises on talking dirty, dressing up, and role-playing.
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