This week: We debate just how unfair it is to describe Chocolate City as a black reboot of Magic Mike when it is, in fact, the best film of all time. Also: Are we having a balls moment? A look at junk-grabbing on Veep, nut-tapping in One Direction, and tea bagging Barack Obama’s body man. We also talk about SellYourPanties.com, and why exactly you would buy a woman’s worn underwear only to put it away in a drawer and never even sniff it. With Alison Davis, Maureen O'Connor, and David Wallace-Wells.
This week: We trade stories about sex in museums and other public places and talk to New York’s art critic Jerry Saltz about why art is hot and which museums have lockable bathrooms. Also, can having more sex maybe possibly in any way make you less happy? A new study says so, but, we conclude, that is insane. And just how random should a person be for optimal rando sex? With Alison Davis, Maureen O'Connor, and David Wallace-Wells.
This week: Quantified kegels—where Silicon Valley self-improvement meets training for sex at your desk. A new study shows women actually masturbate to music; we offer some playlists. And we preview the opening of Tallywhackers, a Dallas-based Hooters for women with a full-pound hot dog on the menus. With Alison Davis, Maureen O'Connor, and David Wallace-Wells.
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This week: Why are you in couples therapy before you've even boned? Has the internet ever given us something as perfect as the eggplant emoji? And: have you heard of air sex? It's air guitar, but for sex. With Allison Davis, Maureen O'Connor, and David Wallace-Wells.