Susie is off this week. Meanwhile, she'd like you to enjoy this show from 2010.
On today's show, you'll meet a transgendered listener in our "Tell Me Your Sex Story" segment. Susie and "Allie" talk about what it was like growing up as a male and then transitioning to female. This very frank discussion covers how her orgasms changed when she went from penis to clit, how her libido disappeared during hormone-replacement therapy, and what it was like to feel sexual as she changed genders.
Next, Susie takes you into the world of futurist sex. Does sci-fi have it right? Are we destined to separate from our urgings and assume a more perfect, robotic, sexless self? Susie reads from an article that argues that even though sex is satisfying for our bodies, it really messes with our minds.
Then, it's the "Try This at Home" mailbag. A listener worries about her friend's third-grader, who openly masturbates. What's the best age to start talking to kids about sex? And what's the first thing you say?
Have a question or news story for Susie? You can send your confidential queries and comments to email@example.com. [Encore Edition, September 26, 2014]
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Touched a spot for me again.
Susie's interviews with her listeners are about 15 minutes and get down to business. They are unique compared to other programs I have encountered, the same is true of her weekly episodes in general.
I had heard this interview when originally recorded in 2010 and still took more away from the Encore.
Skilled live, nonjudgemental interview.
Memories of my own youth feelings and desire to look female but with a totally different outcome. Interesting to ponder the why. Too bad Susie can't do a phone Forum.
I am a subscriber to all of Susie's weekly programs and have heard all 600+.
Always interesting even if the subject is out of my experience. She's a logical Lady even if I don't always agree.