It's an outdated notion that only men will pay to have sex. What has changed in the past decade that makes more women okay with paying for escorts and sexual encounters? Susie will shed some light on the "why" as she reads from an article in the Sydney Herald. Written by Matty Silver, the story uncovers the many reasons, ranging from career women wanting privacy about their sex lives, to others simply wanting an arranged tryst rather then meeting someone at a bar. Go, women, go!
Next, Susie shares a fake obituary written by a male porn star who has laid his hard-ons to rest. He's okay, but his Viagra-enhanced penis can't take it anymore. It's doctor's orders to quit the business. Susie thinks pharmaceutically boosted sex can be dangerous and that the issue should be aired.
Then, in our "What's New on Audible" segment, Susie has another audiobook to share: Post Office: A Novel by Charles Bukowski. Susie is excited to see that all of this gritty author's work is now available in audio! It's narrated by Christian Baskous, and Susie has a sample for you to hear.
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What disappointed you about In Bed with Susie Bright 630: Why Do Women Pay for Sex??
A third of the audio file is just her reading (verbatim) a newspaper article with the same title, which is free to read on the internet. The rest of the book is unrelated topics. The last third is her plugging a new Audible series. This book has a deceptively alluring title. Not only is it NOT original content but it's just a portion of the book.