Good Sex Podcasts

I found this list of good sex podcasts at Download Squad

Open Source Sex 1. Open Source Sex

Open Source Sex isn’t just one of the oldest sex podcasts; it’s one of the oldest podcasts, period. Going strong since March 2005, Open Source Sex is hosted by erotica writer and sex educator Violet Blue. The show features straightforward sexual health information, timely discussions about sex and politics, readings of hot stories, interviews with other smart sex people, and, of course, more. Open Source Sex has won numerous awards, which should come as no surprise once you give it a listen.

Polyamory Weekly 2. Polyamory Weekly

The official description of Polyamory Weekly is “Tales from the front of responsible non-monogamy from a pansexual, kink-friendly point of view.” While that tagline is accurate, it doesn’t do justice to the full awesomeness of the show. By consistently engaging with and supporting the poly community (um, because she’s part of it herself), Cunning Minx has established herself as the polyamory expert online. She’s insightful, down-to-earth, and has a wry sense of humor that never fails to make me laugh out loud. The show is also really well done from a technical point of view; check it out if you want to hear editing and mixing done right.

Midwest Teen Sex Show 3. Midwest Teen Sex Show

If you haven’t heard of this show by now, you’ll have to excuse me as I marvel at the breadth of the rock you’ve been living under. The Midwest Teen Sex Show is, in a word, amazing. Before I’d watched any episodes, I noticed lots of people singing its praises; but I’ll admit the cynical side of me thought, “Oh, come on; how good can it be?” Well, I’m here to tell you, it really is that good. The mainstream media has been taking notice, too. MTSS has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the CBS Evening News, and a bunch of other places that are growing too numerous to count.

Live Girl Review 4. Live Girl Review

Live Girl Review is a new video project by Audacia Ray, the talented lady who brought us Naked on the Internet: Hookups, Downloads, and Cashing in on Internet Sexploration (which should be required reading for anyone interested in sex and the Web). The title is a pretty literal description of the show: Audacia gets in front of the camera and reviews a sex toy, book, Web site, film, you name it. The show is refreshing in its straight-up honesty; Audacia tells you stuff you’ll actually give a crap about, rather than shilling for a particular product. Bonus: twice a week, you’ll get a peek Inside Dacia’s Dirty Mind. Yay for smut!

5. Sex Is Fun

On Sex Is Fun, hosts Coochie, Lorax, and Kidder discuss a wide variety of sexual topics and do a great job of walking the sometimes fine line between light-hearted and dismissive. Sure, sex is serious business ‘n’ all, but that doesn’t mean a discussion about it has to feel like a funeral procession. The Sex Is Fun gang recently posted their 100th episode, a retrospective of the preceding 99 episodes. It’s a great starting point for anyone new to the show.

That should be enough to keep you sated for a while! And please share your own favorites in the comments section — there are a lot of other excellent sex podcasts out there.

Surely there are more good sex podcasts out there.
From the comments at Download Squad:
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Just the Facts on the G-Spot

One of the tidbits from an article I found at Web MD about Sex Myths, Facts and Fiction (or something like that)

Just the Facts on the G-Spot

If sex myths have such power over men’s thinking about their own anatomy, they have even more sway when it comes to female partners’ bodies — especially the much-debated G-spot.

Named after a German doctor, Ernst Gräfenberg, who first wrote about an erogenous zone in the anterior vaginal wall, the G-spot was popularized by a 1982 book called … The G-spot. This region behind the pubic bone is often credited as the trigger for a vaginal (vs. clitoral) orgasm, and even a catalyst for female ejaculation.

At the same time, the G-spot is commonly derided as perpetuating the myth ensconced by Sigmund Freud — namely, that the clitoral orgasm is a “lesser” form of climax than the vaginal orgasm, which requires penile penetration. As Ian Kerner summarizes, “In Freud’s view, there were no two ways about it: If a woman couldn’t be satisfied by penetrative sex, something must be wrong with her.”

The G-spot’s existence is still debated, and whether it’s fact or fiction depends on whom you ask.

“The G-spot exists,” says Seth Prosterman. “It’s a source of powerful orgasm for a percentage of women.”

“I don’t think the G-spot exists,” says Ira Sharlip. “As urologists, we operate in that area [where the G-spot should be] and there just isn’t anything there — there’s no anatomical structure that’s there.”

Prosterman and others point out the importance of thinking of the G-spot in context — that it may be an extension of the clitoral anatomy, which extends back into the vaginal canal. Kerner writes that the G-spot may be “nothing more than the roots of the clitoris crisscrossing the urethral sponge.”

Helen O’Connell, MD, head of the neurourology and continence unit at the Royal Melbourne Hospital Department of Urology in Australia, says, “The G-spot has a lot in common with Freud’s idea of vaginal orgasms. It is a sexual concept, this time anatomical, that results in confusion and has resulted in the misconception that female sexuality is extremely complex.”

I believe that this is the truth :that it may be an extension of the clitoral anatomy, which extends back into the vaginal canal.

Digg – Pupils discover their teacher in ‘porn’ advert on YouTube

Digg – Pupils discover their teacher in ‘porn’ advert on YouTube
Pupils discover their teacher in ‘porn’ advert on — An attractive teacher at a private school is at the center of a sex storm after pupils spotted her in a raunchy video.

Ya know, this commercial may be seriously raunchy for what we normally see on the boob tube around here on this side of the pond. But I was under the impression that really sexual commercials like this are pretty regularly seen in the UK, on TV and in print media that is readily available to everyone everywhere. SO I see why this story is sensationalized here in the US- but I bet it gets a couple one liners here and there that blend in with a bunch of other crap in the news over there. Am I wrong?

The video is here on your tube – will it be by the time you read this?  I don’t see why not – it’s kind of raunchy in some segments – but no nudity.

Digg – Kevin Smith Announces the Supporting Cast of “Make a Porno”

Digg – Kevin Smith Announces the Supporting Cast of “Make a Porno”
Kevin Smith Announces the Supporting Cast of “Make a Porno” — Kevin Smith’s “Zack & Miri Make a Porno” already had a strong leading pair with Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks. Now the New Jersey auteur has announced some of the supporting cast, and it includes old Smith regulars, current sitcom actors, and adult film stars.

link to story

Trisha Campbell – This girl is hot

I’m not even exactly sure how I stumbled upon this beautiful girl. Her name is Trisha Campbell, and I guess she has been featured in an issue or more of Playboy. I find her to be absolutely beautiful. Her big boobs are bigger than I normally find appealing, but her overall look is stunning. Her lips remind me of a girl I dated for a couple of months and only had the time to kiss before she moved away. The looks in her eyes are soft yet intense.

trisha campbell

She appears to be adventurous as well as I guess from the nude photo shots she has done in a grocery store of some sort and I find myself wondering if there are more beautiful women like her in Canada.

America’s Most Lustful Cities – From Forbes

America’s Most Lustful Cities – From Forbes
Rebecca Ruiz, 12.17.07, 6:00 PM ET

In Pictures: America’s Most Lustful Cities

Over the next seven weeks, we’ll reveal the areas of the country that most often commit what are commonly known as the seven deadly sins: gluttony, greed, lust, sloth, envy, wrath and pride.

The result? Based on our findings, the residents of the most corrupt cities will be crowned Most Sinful.
Stay tuned.

Forget Paris or Rome. If you’re desperately seeking sex, head to San Antonio or Cincinnati instead.

Residents of these metros enjoy vigorous sex lives–at least their condom and contraceptive purchases at grocery and drug stores indicate as much. These purchases placed them in the top 10 of our survey of America’s Most Lustful Cities.

In the absence of government or academic research on the sexual practices of Americans in the country’s 50 largest cities, we turned to the market for answers. Research firm ACNielsen provided us with a per-capita index of over-the-counter contraceptive purchases in major U.S. markets for the past 52 weeks. The average index was 100.
Complete List: America’s 10 Most Lustful Cities

Denver topped the list with an index of 289, which translates into 189% more contraceptives sales than normally expected for a market its size. Other cities that ranked in the top 10 were Seattle, Washington, D.C. and Salt Lake City. Metropolitan areas one might expect to see ranked, like New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, had average or below average indexes.

Though condom and contraceptive sales are an imperfect way of measuring sexual desire–this is especially true for monogamous couples and those in same-sex relationships–they do provide a broad picture of sexual activity in each city.

Dr. Kees Rietmeijer, director for the Sexually Transmitted Diseases Control Program at the Public Health Department in Denver, says higher-than-average purchases of condoms in the Mile-High City could be the result of demographics. A younger consumer might be more apt to buy protection consistently, for example, and Denver is crawling with young professionals. On the other hand, Rietmeijer says public health officials have been proactive about education and STD screening since the mid-90s.

“I would love for Denver to be the condom capital of the U.S.,” Rietmeijer says. “We do have campaigns to educate the public about avoiding unwanted pregnancy and STDs.” Those outreach efforts recently included a highly visible billboard featuring a man wearing a quizzical look and the tag line: “Who brought syphilis to the party?” The ad was prompted by a spike in the number of local syphilis cases.

While Denver’s numbers are encouraging, condom maker Trojan has found that, though condom use has kept apace with population growth, single Americans between 18 and 54 use condoms during only one in four of the two billion sex acts they engage in yearly. In 2002, the Centers for Disease Control found that, on average, 40% of men 15 to 44 had used a condom during their most recent sexual experience.

This is troubling news for public health experts, who blame a recent “mainstreaming of sex” for higher rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) nationwide.

Indeed, Americans’ sex lives are thriving in private, but also in ever-present images on TV, billboards, the Internet, song lyrics and in the movies. A prime example: The turning point for the sex toy industry, says Anne Semans, marketing director for the adult retail company Babeland, was the 1998 episode of “Sex and the City” in which the normally demure Charlotte became obsessed with a vibrator called the Rabbit. Sales of the device skyrocketed.

The added endorsement of sex toys from celebrities like Eva Longoria, who has discussed her purchases publicly, emboldened more women and couples to be open about their sexual practices and preferences.

“For years, the people who bought our sex toys were women trying to learn how to orgasm or masturbate, and they did it in private,” says Semans. “In the last [few] years, it was a noticeable change that women were buying and using sex toys with their partners. It’s reached a level of acceptance it hadn’t before.”

Semans says vibrators comprise about 75% of Babeland’s in-store sales and 90% of its online sales, and that overall sales have consistently grown in recent years. In order to develop new products and services, the company frequently surveys its customers about their intimacy habits. It has also compiled data on the location of Babeland’s online customers.

From Jan. 1 through Nov. 30, 2007, New Yorkers frequented the site more than residents of any other city, comprising 22% of its total traffic. Seattle, the third most lustful city on our list, was second to New York, making up 9% of the site’s visitors. Portland, Ore., and Washington, D.C., were two other cities in our top 10 that also contributed a significant portion of Babeland’s online traffic.

But while the mainstreaming of sex might be good for business, some say, without “sexual literacy,” STIs are sure to follow.

Dr. Michael Reece, director of the Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University, says that we are still woefully undereducated about the consequences of sexual contact. He notes that rising cases of STIs, including chlamydia and the human papillomavirus (HPV), reflect a costly ignorance. About half of all STIs occur in young people between the ages of 15 and 24.

According to the CDC, chlamydia cases rose from 50.8 to 347.8 cases per 100,000 population between 1987 and 2006. From 2000 to 2006, the number of cases of genital warts nearly doubled. The CDC attributes the higher numbers to better screening and detection.

“We have an amazingly low sexual health literacy,” says Reece, who notes that students receive inconsistent education and sometimes aren’t instructed in basic reproductive anatomy. “We’re at a time where individuals’ lives are being saturated with the message that sex is OK, but we’re really not doing our jobs to educate people.”

Girls next door rely on sex toys Hefner can’t satisfy girlfriend


Los Angeles – Hugh Hefner’s girlfriend Kendra Wilkinson says the Playboy founder can no longer satisfy her sexually.

The 22-year-old Playmate, who is one of three of Hugh’s live-in lovers, admits she has to rely on sex toys to fulfil her needs because the 81-year-old leaves her wanting more in the bedroom.

She said: “I’m 22 and still have my whole sex life ahead of me. I still have a lot of sex years ahead of me. But all girls need a vibrator!”

Kendra also confessed she is jealous of Hugh’s relationship with his other girlfriend Holly Madison, and their growing closeness has left her and Hugh’s third live-in lover, Bridget Marquardt, in a difficult position.

She told Britain’s OK! magazine: “We all love Hef and everything, but we realize that things are starting to become more Hef and Holly. I’ll be honest with you, it’s kind of confusing to me how it’s becoming more of Holly and Hef.

“I’m kind of confused with the way things are right now, and where we stand.”

I don’t think anyone is surprised by this.. I just wonder what the girl’s favorite sex toys are. I mean if you live in one of the premier sex mansions, do you have one of those diamond studded vibrators, or does she rely on one of the popular rabbit vibrators like the sex and the city chics? Perhaps she’s a silver bullet girl. Inquiring minds would like to know, (and watch).

Playboy girls masturbating, that’s a pleasant thought, much more pleasant than thinking about hef running out of steam while watching gay porn trying to satisfy three bored women.

fundamental should be laws of porn

I found this list at porn valley news, who linked to xxporntalk as the source, yet I had a hell of a time looking for the original there to see any discussion.

Anyhow, I totally disagree with some of these, but a few of them should be taken into consideration by actors, actresses, directors, and at least the editors of good porn.

Here’s the list..

The Fundamental Laws of Porn

#1: whores lie
#2: male performers have NO stroke value
#3: way too much man-ass in hetero porn (please minimize the use of the dreaded “ball-cam” angle. Any amount of time that 70% of the screen is occupied by the dude’s ass and nut sack is too much)
#4: double-pen in the same orifice is gay
#5: Generally, European porn stars are much dirtier than their American counterparts
#6: when a dude is getting it up the ass, no matter if it’s from a woman, tranny or another dude, it’s gay
#7: if you have a small dick and fuck like a chick with a strap on you shouldn’t be a stunt cock
#8: interracial gangbangs demonstrate how far we’ve come as a country regarding race
#9: if she doesn’t do anal, and she’s not Christy Canyon, she’s not a legitimate porn star
#10: piss, vomit and/or scat ain’t sex(y)

#11: too many tattoos and piercings and it becomes an unpleasant freak show
#12: if you must show cunnilingus, make sure the guy doesn’t have a moustache (see Ron Jeremey and Christy Canyon; looks like the Tribbles Star Trek episode)
#13: the male talent shall keep grunting and moaning to a minimum
#14: don’t jump to the guy’s face during the money shot
#15: there shall be no unattended pussy in a FFM threesome scene at any time
#16: close up shots have their place, but it’s not two thirds of the movie; pull back, establish and let us get on with the important business of jerking off to the whole girl, not just the meat piston
#17: genuine sounds of balls slapping against girl’s ass or cock slamming into wet cunt shall not be interrupted by talents’ over dramatic moaning or porn banter
#18: The bts interviewer shall not ask how the girl got into porn if she’s been doing porn longer than 6 months
#19: if it’s a comp, let the box cover say it’s a comp; don’t dress it up as all new scenes
#20: if the movie is shot in HD, cast must have good complexions (and definitely, no ass zits)
#21: if it’s on the box, it shall be in the movie
#22: if an act is described as “her first time”, it shall not be common knowledge that it is far from her first time
#23: unless your name is Andrew Blake, let us hear the actual noises instead of the music, no matter how much you paid your cousin to create it with Pro Tools
#24: squirt is pee (see #10)
#25: every whore has a price
#26: the more cum that lands above her mouth, and the more surprised/upset she is about it, the better; if she actually starts to whimper, it’s rewind time
#27: in porn, for every one great boob job, there are 76 shit ones around the corner
#28: someone else’s baby jam on/in a girl is off limits; stick your dick elsewhere or towel her off/make her swallow
#29: nine out of ten whores say they are in porn for the “great sex” and “close friendships,” when in reality they are motivated in the following order of importance: 60% money/Donna Karan sunglasses/Gucci handbags; 20% getting back at their fucking asshole parents; 10% support/augment drug dependency’; 10% support suitcase pimp’s drug dependency
#30: when a whore says they “don’t do drugs any more,” it means they still smoke unbelievable amounts of pot, and drink like fishes
#31: not all attention-whores are porn girls, but all porn girls are attention-whores
#32: if you have a catch-phrase, you’re a douche
#33: girls turn 18 every day
#34: retired whore makes a comeback = rent is due
#35: whores will never learn
#36: whores are never retired, they are just between sex-related “career opportunities”
#37: directors shall keep babbling to a minimum
#38: limit stills; flash bulbs going off is distracting
#39: big-budget porn (e.g. “Conquest”, “Private Gladiator”) is a waste of perfectly good money that could be better spent on costlier sex acts; i.e., would you rather see a wooden ship or an anal gangbang?
#40: slow-motion and replay shall be kept to the barest minimum
#41: if the male talent is taking a long time to cum, edit it out; no one wants to see 60+ seconds of a guy desperately stroking himself off (and moaning) while the female talent mentally composes her shopping list (see #29)
#42: eventually, to maintain interest, female talent will have to do anal (e.g. Eva Angelina)
#43: whores can’t do porn forever; sometimes you have to grow up and move on
#44: when a whore holds off anal for too long, no one cares
#45: if you are shot out and get breast implants, you are still shot out
#46: never talk about your kids on your porn site; a real wood killer
#47: how about a girl who sucks beyond the goddamn helmet; half these bitches don’t belong in the industry, because they can’t give proper head
#48: during anal sex, the phrase “fuck the shit out of me” (or variations thereon) shouldn’t be uttered
#49: the more ridiculously out of place a whore looks in how she’s dressed (e.g. hot pants, clear heels, etc.), the better
#50: asses are much improved by being bigger (within reason) and wetter (without reason)…
#51: like Hydra, when one whore dies, another five spring up in her place
#52: has engendered more verbiage than woodage

Yeah, definitely several in there that I disagree with, but there are a few that would if followed would of made some of the great sex scenes I’ve seen better, if followed.

Australia will Try to Censor the Web for Australians

Is this real?
I had heard that Australia censored some of the books that could be read years ago.. something about no martial arts books are allowed there… can’t remember where I had read that.. but with this recent story found via news is now public.. perhaps it is true..

This could have far-reaching effects on sites that, ahem, promote user-generated content. After all, how can you tell what’s going to be uploaded tomorrow, or the next day? For example, if we get an article on NowPublic from someone covering the AVN Awards (sort of like the Golden Globes for adult films), which is a legitimately newsworthy event, do we then become a pr0n site in the eyes of the Australian ‘net police?

NEW restrictions on online chatrooms, websites and mobile phone content will be introduced within a month to stop children viewing unsuitable material.

From January 20 new laws will be in effect, imposing tougher rules for companies that sell entertainment-related content on subscription internet sites and mobile phones.

It is the first time content service providers will have to check that people accessing MA15-plus content are aged over 15 years and those accessing R18-plus and X18-plus content are over 18.


Good luck with that.

Oh what is the world coming to… educate about internet filters for kids people, and leave adults alone…

Bikini Photos of Hewitt Create Big Buzz

From yahoo buzz

Jennifer Love Hewitt Fights Back
Bikini Photos of Hewitt Create Big Buzz
By Erik Gunther
Mon, December 03, 2007, 11:19 am PST

With tried-and-true paparazzi faves Britney, Lindsay, and Paris on the prowl, it’s always easy pickins for celeb bloggers. But when suppliers of celebrity snark switched their sights to actress Jennifer Love Hewitt, they unleashed a storm of searches.

Last week, blogs that revel in unflattering celeb moments had a blast with photos of a curvier Hewitt frolicking in a bikini. As the images filtered out, searches on “jennifer love hewitt bikini pictures,” “jennifer love hewitt hawaii photos,” and “jennifer love hewitt photos” all surged.

Candid photos of celebs circle around the Internet every day, but Hewitt was steamed about the use of the dreaded f word—fat. Searches on “jennifer love hewitt fat” jumped 197% as a result of the pics. On her personal site, Hewitt blasted back at those who poked fun at her figure. She’s upset “for all of the girls out there that are struggling with their body image.”

The “Ghost Whisperer” star says she loves her body, and according to buzz there are folks out there that agree. Searches on “jennifer love hewitt sexy” jumped 41%, proving that every dude doesn’t desire a size zero.