So Last Week 123

In this week’s So Last Week, a pontification on the reason Obama isn’t backing gay marriage. Coregasms. Why ladies love James Deen and the new mongam-ish. It’s all sex news you may have missed.

My so last week: Candy from the Ecstasy is Necessary book party. Kok, enough said. Designer bush.

  • Why Obama isn’t backing gay marriage and it’s dividing his supporters. (TheAtlantic)
  • Coregasms really do exist. (Time)
  • James Deen: Feminist porn star. (Guardian)
  • Monogam-ish. Should you try an open relationship? (WomensHealth)
  • The backpage dilemma. Weeding out child sex trafficking without losing the right to advertise for consensual adult sex. (Salon)
  • Why the right is wrong when it comes to sex. (Alternet)
  • Sexual freedom and women’s success. (WSJ)
  • Predictable! Facebook says Valentines Day is the most popular day to declare you’re in a relationship. (ZDNet)
  • Online dating verse online gaming. Why World of Warcraft may be a better place to find love. (HuffPo)
  • How 600 tweets can get you a porn star prom date. (CNet)

Hot Sox: Sexy Storytelling

ReidaboutSex before this week’s Bawdy. The story whisperer - Dixie DLT (Photo Credit: Shilo McCabe)

This week’s Hot Sox podcast is like the Moth, for pervs. And at the end of the podcast, listen to the story I told at last week’s Oakland Bawdy Storytelling show. All thanks to doing this podcast!

In this week’s Hot Sox podcast, join the storytelling seductress behind Bawdy Storytelling, Dixie De La Tour, as she shares tales of cougars, power exchange, orgies, anonymous sex, getting laid on craigslist and losing her virginity. I know I can’t stop listening as Dixie weaves true tales, including one of a woman who gets fucked into her new body, why she began offering blow job advice in high school and how to get laid on craigslist. I also tell her about my grade school’s so called virginity test.

Listen via itunes or here (via my site). And I know it’s a little echo-y. I promise now that I’m regularly podcasting, I’ll improve my sound and recording very, berry soon.

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So Last Week 122

In this week’s sex news you may have missed, a controversial bill that would immunize doctors from telling the truth about a fetus. A story on Gloria Steinem and women’s rights falls into the fashion pages of the NYTimes. How gay sex was legalized. Plus syphilis and chlamydia make a comeback. It’s all so last week.

The Beach, SF style. The Heart and Brain and the Purim Follies. Photo credit: Joy Powers
  • Don’t worry if your doctor lies to you about the health of your fetus, it’s all good. (ACLU)
  • Gloria Steinem, a woman like no other. (NYT)
  • If you don’t want a forced ultrasound, just close your eyes. So says Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett. (HuffPo)
  • How gay sex was legalized. (TheAtlantic)
  • Hot trends in online dating: syphilis and chlamydia. (Jezebel)
  • Feel good family! A mom becomes a man and a family stays together. (NPR)
  • Choice words about abortion. (RHRealityCheck)
  • Gay marriage and Australia. The ad that’s making people mad (I know it should be angry, but mad rhymes). (SMH)
  • Books women read when no one can see the cover. (WSJ)
  • No cunty for old men. (editrixabby)
  • Young and pondering about love. (Boston)
  • Do orgasms make you live longer? And why is this question on a site called Business Insider? (BusinessInsider)

Hot Sox: San Francisco’s Sluttiest Blogger

Photo Credit: JuliaOTestPhotography

In this week’s Hot Sox Podcast I talk to the sluttiest blogger in San Francisco, Vanessa Pinto, aka Fleur de Lis. For one whole year Vanessa gave herself permission to try anything for eroticism’s sake.  We discuss her adventures including group sex, being buried in a coffin and what happened when her boss found out she was SF’s sluttiest blogger. Plus, the Easter Orgy at, porn performers and public disgrace. You can read all about her at her blog, Whatever You Desire, and of course, hear more about her on this week’s Hot Sox Podcast!

Listen here, or via itunes.

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So Last Week 121

My thoughts. A view of my new city. My alien penis art. .

In this week’s sex news you may have missed, the cartoon Doonesbury goes not so comic . Contraception fairies. Emo killings in Iraq. A new book says, wake up women, men cheat. Plus, breaking a penis and other stories that make you go “ouch.” It’s all So Last Week.

  • Doonsebury comic strip on rape and abortion law doesn’t fly in certain states. (Guardian)
  • Contraception fairies and the pro-choice reawakening. (Salon)
  • Scary stuff in Iraq where being perceived as gay is enough to get you killed. (HuffPo)
  • Men cheat. A controversial new book tells women to deal with it. (TheSun)
  • What happens when you break a penis. (io9)
  • A dating site for couples. (NYT)
  • Hey Kirk Cameron, “other people have the a right to mock you and the silly, stupid words that have dribbled out of your skull through that word hole above your chin.” Yeah. (whatever.scalzi) (Thx Charlie Glickman!)
  • Let them eat cake (they do!) Emily McComb spends a day on a Jessica Drake/Wicked Pictures shoot. (xojane)
  • Two privileged Julia’s advice for Sex and the City wanna-bee’s makes me happy I was never a velvet-rope-kind-of-girl. (NYPost)
  • Good for desert living I suppose. Women best at spotting snakes (actually snakes, not trouser snakes) after ovulation. (

Hot Sox: Sex, Feminism and Porn

In this week’s Hot Sox Podcast I talk with Tess Danesi and Dee “Diva” Dennis about Momentum — their cutting edge conference on sex, feminism and relationships. I’ve known both of these sexy mamas (they are both mothers too) for a number of years and together, and apart, they are a force to be reckoned with. Their current project, Momentum, has a stellar line up and it’s happening in just few weeks in Washington DC. Be there if you can…and if you can’t, you can still listen to our podcast. We skyped down (since we didn’t sit down) to discuss sex, education, motherhood, masturbation, consent, pornography, golden lassos and community.

Listen here, or via itunes.

So Last Week 120

In this week’s So Last Week, Sex News You May Have Missed — does couples therapy really work? Rick Santorum on the sexual revolution and same-sex marriage. Another reason Rush Limbaugh should go away forever.  Fifty Shades of Grey isn’t black and white. The Blunt Amendment. Relationships from messy to maintenance. And, as always, more! more! more!

  • The Blunt Amendment goes up in smoke. (politico)
  • Santorum says nullify to same-sex marriage past, present and future. (SFGate)
  • Revolting..Rick Santorum and his sex problem. (NYT)
  • NYS bill would bar condoms as evidence of prostitution. (NYT)
  • And to finish out the NYT trifecta: Couples therapy stresses out therapists. (NYT)
  • Deconstructing Fifty Shades of Grey. (HuffPo)
  • To put it simply, f-k you Rush Limbaugh. (thinkprogress)
  • Do conservatives need a crash course in sex ed? (Reuters)
  • Messed up all over. Roommate’s sex life causes law suit. (Gothamist)
  • Nikol Hasler, former Midwest Teen Sex Show host, rises to life’s less sexy challenges. (onmilwaukee)
  • Following up on the messiness of life. (mysexprofessor)
  • Scheduling sex might save your relationship. (afterdarkLA)

Hot Sox: Sex, Sperm, Burning Man and Piney Fresh

Pictured above: Piney Fresh in one of his costumes and our fourth “roommate,” the cat, Leonard Bernstein.

In this week’s Hot Sox Podcast you’ll meet one of my roommates, Piney Fresh. We talk about how we met, and if guys and girls can just be friends. Plus, sex at Burning Man, what happens when a woman doesn’t come, climaxing together, sex toys in the bedroom, mutual masturbation, hula hooping, The Ethical Slut, vasectomies, good verse bad blowjobs and tasting your own sperm. If that isn’t enough, we answer a sex porn question from a listener! Have your own burning sex questions? Email me at

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