When the Delta Zeta Sorority "who-put-the-dogs-out" scandal ran its course, I wrote an outraged editorial, which attracted the hackles of one virtuous DZ member, who insisted that the blight of elitism, and the duties of the fabled "sorostitute" had never tarnished her Greek experience.
She demanded of me, "Susie, do you even know anyone in a sorority?"
What a set-up! I answered, "Yeah, some of my best lovers have been sorority members."
But her question haunted me: How do I know what I think I know about the sexual lives of Greek sisters or brothers? That's what I decided to muse upon today in this week's In Bed podcast:
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On the second half of my show, I share the newest way to join the Mile High Club: at a tiny airport in Georgia, where the pilot has outfitted his small plane with a red and pink decor "Love Nest" and will take you out into the great blue yonder for a little "once-around" while you muss up the sheets. Strangely, I find the prospect of boarding an airplane without being searched and interrogated as scintillating as getting nude inside the cabin!
Finally, in this week's mailbag, a woman writes me who wants to help her sister come to terms with having herpes. As an only child, I have to ask, do siblings routinely "help and advise" each other when it comes to sex, or do you think it more often a case of rivalry and avoidance?
Don't forget, you can send your confidential questions, feedback about the show, and requests for girly cards to email@example.com. (Episode 286, March 23, 2007)