When you think of rainbows, what comes to mind? Some might say beautiful colors, gay pride, or maybe Dorothy singing about a place she heard about once in a lullaby. Well, there's a new book out called Rainbow Party that redefines the meaning. It's causing quite a stir, because the rainbow refers to lipstick colors that teens put on to perform oral sex. Yup, and Susie has a lot to say about the book. For starters she calls it a disingenuous adult fantasy being pressed onto teenagers already repressed about sex. Next, Susie discusses an article from The New York Times that looked into an anti-love potion that might actually be the way to finding true love. Analyzing our brain chemistry again...oh those crazy scientists, always trying to find new ways to make research that can steam up our libidos! Then, in the Try This at Home mailbag, Susie gets a letter from a man who wants to know if there really is a G-Spot, or is it just psychological? Susie's answer includes a wonderful examination of fellow sexpert Betty Dodson's study, the G-spot revisited. You can send your confidential questions - plus requests for free samples and blog banners! - to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Episode 375, February 6, 2009) Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program.
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