Public libraries offer all kinds of book genres, and yes, they also carry porn! Susie starts today´s show off with a look at the New York Public Library´s extensive erotica collection. In the past, the library classified all racy materials with a triple star (***), which meant you could only view them under supervision. But now many pulp fictions and hidden treasures have been liberated and are more accessible. What fun to peruse vintage erotic Japanese imagery or read Henry Miller´s typewritten manuscript for Tropic of Capricorn. Time to renew your library card! Next, Susie smells a rat. A swinger complained to Susie´s colleague, fellow sexpert Louloria, that all people in the polyamory scene are ugly. Susie weighs in on what she might have recommended to the complainer - and speculates on why this guy is pointing a finger at a group he wants to be part of. Then, it´s ´´What´s New on Audible´´. An unusual book that´s part poetry, memoir, and fiction is this week´s pick. No Apologies by J. A. Carter-Winward, who also narrates, is a compelling slice of human experience in all its crass, hopeful, and tender glory. Have a question or news story for Susie? You can send your confidential queries and comments to email@example.com. [Episode 689, January 15, 2016] Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/160115de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Want to hear how it all started? Here´s your chance to enjoy all 51 episodes of the premiere year of In Bed with Susie Bright from 2001.Note: All of Susie´s shows feature frank discussions about sexuality and politics.Featuring: Who Really Sells the Most Porn?When Grandparents Get it On Non-Monogamy and Polyamory— What´s the Difference? How Women Like to Be Made Love to with Hands My Husband/My Wife Doesn´t Want to Have Sex Anymore! -- What to Do Next Also included in Season One are some interviews with author and sexperts including: Anne Semans, on Motherhood & Sex— Advice for New Parents and LoversRebecca Chalker, The Clitoral TruthBend Over Boyfriend´s Shar Rednour and Jackie Strano on the perfect three-wayCara Bruce, The Best Bisexual EroticaAnd you´ll hear questions from listeners about:Does too much masturbation causes premature ejaculationIs Brazilian bikini wax safeHow to find love using Internet personalsWhat does it take to become a sex worker. Are Chinese sex balls really that dangerous All this and more- The In Bed with Susie Bright 2001 annual collection. Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/000018de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book brings together the most recent work of Caribbean psychologists in the English-speaking islands of Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad on gender and sexuality. The authors analyse the unique challenges posed by contradictions between cultural values and modern sexual expression in the region. They examine a broad range of topics such as conceptions of gender roles in primary school children, sexual behavior and emotional social intelligence in adolescents, and sexual identities and orientations in adults. Chapters cover issues including how women who have sex with women (WSWs) self-identify, the Lebenswelt (life world) of men who have sex with men (MSM) in Jamaica, transsexual care and its psychological impact, the influence of music on sexuality, how intimacy is defined, as well as the relationship between identity formation and the fear of intimacy in Jamaica, and the practice of polyamory in Jamaica and Trinidad. This distinctive collection is the first of its kind, grounded in both qualitative and quantitative research. It presents a sophisticated comparative analyses of the cultures of the Anglophone Caribbean represented by Trinidad, Jamaica and Barbados to offer a broader discussions of intimacy and relationships. With practical implications for therapy, it will be of great interest to scholars and practitioners of gender and sexuality studies, psychology and culture. Karen Anne Carpenter is a psychologist and clinical sexologist. She is the Director of The Caribbean Sexuality Research Group (CSRG) and runs the public Sexology Clinic at The University Hospital of the West Indies, along with a private practice in Jamaica. She is co-founder of the Love & Sex brand of radio & television programmes and relationship seminars and the author of Love & Sex: The Basics .