A new “study” of sext-selfies makes the case that prettiness comes in all shapes and sizes (so long as the selfie, and the vagina, are well-lit). But how much can we trust this study, and how gross do we feel talking about ranking women’s bodies like this? We’ll also discuss Kevin Bacon’s crusade to get more penises into motion pictures, and some new data showing that relationships between sexters are actually stronger than more prudish texters.
With Allison P. Davis, Maureen O’Connor, and David Wallace-Wells
Maybe they’re not actually straight? We discuss a new book on the history
of clandestine same-sex coupling and a new dating-app-alarmism classic,
“Tinder and the Dating Apocalypse.” With Maureen O’Connor, Rich Juzwiak,
Jesse Singal, and David Wallace-Wells.
It includes one with multiple holes in a single wall! Merely one of many amazing things we learn from talking to the man behind the new Museum of Sex history of hard-core and we go long on just how much sex goes on behind the scenes of the Bachelorette (and how this season finally broke the show's prudish code of sex etiquette).