I liked that "Stop Fucking Him" rant on Cherie Priest's blog so much, I decided to read it out loud on my latest In Bed show.
The audible version has its own special spellbinding qualities:
In Bed with Susie Bright #240: Men Have Orgasms, Women Have Babies
After my South Dakota Flip-Out Update, I move onto a sexier topic...
Blowfish wanted to talk about some new lubes they have for sale: a Jolly Ranger Sour Apple— which I took exception to ON PRINCIPLE— and another clear gel that is a new entry in the silicon genre.
We ended up having the best indepth conversation about lubricant I've had in years!
Results: I am prejudiced against flavored lubes. I don't even approve of sour apple martinis, let alone Jolly Ranchers.
However, I will concur, after sampling, that the taste of this stuff really has improved. Christophe, Blowfish's guru, explains that this is thanks to the diet industry effect on the flavor revolution. Who Knew? They are no longer simply that cinnamon red-hot Kama Sutra crap that I remember from the bad old days.
In the silicone-lube department, we have a different element altogether. These lubes were originally designed for anal sex... something non-water-soluable, compatible with condoms, that would last and last. They were marketed to the gay-guy-at-the-bathhouse set.
But over the years, silicon lube's been discovered by women who want to vanquish vaginal dryness... the kind you get from a drying drug regime, or menopause.
Finally, if a woman wants to have (penetrating) sex in a hot tub, her only chance to have a good time is to use silicon lube— slipperiness that won't be ruined by all that H2o. Call the cabana boy, I'm coming home!
Don't forget, you can send your confidential sex questions, feedback about the show, and your birthday cards to email@example.com. (Episode 240, March 10, 2006)
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