[Contains explicit content] When she was 27, Elna Baker wrote an incredibly popular article for Glamour about choosing to wait for marriage to have sex. Five months later, she was no longer a virgin. Elna shares the hilarious tale of what Glamour did for her sex life during this RISK! performance, live at the PIT in New York, New York, on March 24, 2011.
[Contains explicit content] At age 27, Elna Baker decided to take a little break from her life as a devout Mormon. As she starts to navigate this new world of sex she wonders: does the guilt ever go away? Listen to Elna's highly emotional and hilarious story, recorded live at the Urban Lounge in Salt Lake City for RISK!
"Virgin on the Ridicuous"
While babysitting a young boy, Elna got a chance to hear an unfiltered version of what she thought were all men's secret thoughts. After having grown up in a sexually conservative environment, Elna was in for a shock. She shares her hysterical experiences with the youngest pickup artist ever for RISK! at The PIT in New York, NY.
Within the course of a few hours, Mormon Elna Baker finds herself in an exclusive bar with a glass of wine and the hands of an aging celebrity moving dangerously under her skirt. Find out how she got there, and how she got away, in this hilarious tale from RISK!, performed on November 4, 2009.
"I Love Elna"
[Contains explicit content] When applied appropriately, a little shame can be hot. But all too often when shame enters a sexy situation, it's not the fun kind. On this episode of Hot Mic with Dan Savage we'll hear two stories that deal with shame head on. First, writer Elna Baker attempts to get laid while ignoring the Mormon voice in her head in "New York Virgin," told live at RISK!
[Contains explicit content] Elna Baker helped hundreds of babies get adopted at her old job. No, not human babies. Elna was a fake nurse at a fake adoption center in FAO Schwartz, where she helped place realistic baby dolls in the homes of wealthy Manhattanites. Hear how she got attached to a little bundle of plastic joy in this story she told for RISK! in New York City. Host Eugene Mirman digs into the details of Elna's unusual job in this episode of Hold On.