There is something about the sexy librarian look that has male fantasy longevity. However, Tuesday, October 2, Emily discussed something more hard-core at the San Francisco Public Library-BDSM, in honor of National Banned Books week.Read More» Posted by Huntress | 1 comments
Very few oncologists or women discuss the the impact of cancer on sex even though this issue is prevalent. The Journal of Sexual Medicine reports that 7 in 10 breast cancer survivors experience sexual problems in the two years after diagnosis. Treatment for most types of cancer involve sexual side effects. Women should not give up the joy of sex in order to battle disease.Read More» Posted by Huntress | 0 comments
In support of National Breast Cancer month of October, Emily and Menace discuss ways that both women and men should not neglect the breasts. For cancer prevention, women must self-check for lumps and get regular mammograms. Men should also focus on the breasts, in order to enhance women’s sexual pleasure. With Emily’s appropriate methods, perhaps a nipple orgasm can be achieved.
Today’s Best Of episodes are all about YOU! Emily reads through a stack of listener emails that highlight problems people have with everything from stale sex and swinging to sexualizing strangers. Menace and Emily delve into the nitty gritty of monogamy and all it entails. Finally, there’s rumors floating around Seattle that all the women in San Francisco are gold diggers, and a listener wonders if he should make the move from Washington as a resut. Menace’s views on this matter may shock you. Or not, if you’ve listened to him for more than 5 minutes.
The penis party continues at TRadioV with a lesson in male anatomy, and just the tip for pleasuring the penis.
Emily and Menace celebrate the beginning of October by debating the best Halloween costumes from years past (a Rabbi vs. Queen Midas). In the spirit of the season, Emily gives Menace some Cosmic Bear Glow in the Dark Lubricant not only so his penis glows but also so he can use it as war paint.
Cock rings have been around for as long as there’s been cocks for them to be around. Now, there might not be archaeological evidence supporting that, but the point is, they’re just one of those things that, unless you grew up Amish, you’ve been aware of for a long time. But how many people have actually used them? Intern Steve gets to the bottom of the cock ring in this new audioblog.Read More» Posted by Intern | 0 comments