Today Susie looks at the details surrounding a complex story: An elderly man who may or may not have had willing sex with his Alzheimer's-suffering wife has been put on trial. At the heart of the matter is the question of consent and the infantilization of the elderly. It seems lots of younger people don't want to believe that senior citizens might still want to have sex together.
Next, Susie has found an outrageous article in The Daily Beast: "North Carolina Lobbyists Can Officially Screw Politicians Legally". The state's ethics commission has decided that sexual relations between lobbyists and politicians don't have to be kept secret. It's now okay to screw and get down without worrying that influence and corruption could be a part of such team-ups. Nope, no ethical violation there, because the commission believes sex has no value - unlike, say, money.
Then, it's "What's New on Audible". Susie has a steamy audiobook to recommend: Hunting for Sailors: The Best of Bob Vickery. Vickery's intensely sexual stories, featuring man-on-man erotica, are well plotted, with characters that will engage your mind as well as your libido. Susie has a sample for you to hear.
Have a question or news story for Susie? You can send your confidential queries and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. [Episode 656, April 24, 2015]
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