Susie starts off the show with shocking international news: some inhabitants of the Greek Island of Lesbos are not happy sharing their name with lesbians. Locals as well as gay people are rightly identified as "Lesbos", and this is causing problems for some islanders. Who is really gay and who is just a Lesbo-ian? A court date has been set to stop a gay-rights organization from calling themselves lesbians. Next, we take a look at how virtual porn has put the FBI on high, red, and weird alert! Susie reads an expose from investigative journalist Debbie Nathan, who spent some time learning how the American Academy of Forensic Sciences uncovers the difference between real and computer-generated child porn. Sexualized images of real children are illegal, but computer-generated images are okay, because they don't show actual kids. This debate has gotten even hotter now that it's harder to tell what's real - computer-editing programs can turn us all into amateur touch-up artists. Many questions have arisen from the Feds' investigations, such as "Do virtual pictures attract pedophiles?" Finally, in the "Try This at Home" mailbag, Susie gets a letter from a listener who's having a hard time seducing girls - because he wears a white ribbon. Don't forget, you can send your confidential questions, feedback about the show, and requests for girly cards to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Episode 341, May 23, 2008) Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program.
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