The Internet site dailydot featured a recent article with the headline, "Sex-positive female masturbation app rejected from App Store". This caught Susie's attention big-time. While the store offers many other apps that could be considered offensive, Susie wonders what's so bad about this game called Happy PlayTime, in which a cartoon vulva teaches women how to get comfortable with their clitorises. Seems like outright, blatant sexism.
Next, Susie reads an article from nerve.com by Kate Hakala, who answers the eternal question of why getting kicked in the balls hurts so much. The science behind what happens when the testicles get slammed is very complex - from neurotransmitters and endorphins being released, to increased heart rate and body temperature, all working together to deal with the damaged cajones. Ouch!
Finally, from her "Try This at Home" mailbag, Susie has a letter from a listener who wants advice on a few problems. He asks how to deal with being old, overweight, and having bad hips in regard to having sex. And, now that the kids are finally gone, how do we find our sexual groove again?
Have a question or news story for Susie? You can send your confidential queries and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. [Episode 617, May 30, 2014]
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