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[MOVED] New York Magazine's Sex Lives

A weekly podcast about sex, lust, dating, technology, coupling, porn, fetish and freakiness. But mostly sex. With New York Magazine’s sex columnist Maureen O’Connor, The Cut’s Allison Davis, and host David Wallace-Wells.
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Now displaying: June, 2015
Jun 24, 2015

This week: What does it mean to make a boner pill for women? We'll solve the problem of the low libido, right after we figure out whether it’s actually a problem or not (with help from Melissa Dahl of the Science of Us). Also: People who post on Facebook about marrying their best friend are probably in doomed relationships, science says (and also maybe into weird role play). With Allison P. Davis, Maureen O'Connor, and David Wallace-Wells. More at thecut.com and nymag.com.

Jun 17, 2015

This week: Is there anything better than sex while high? We debate, and also talk about a new, specially-cultivated strain of aphrodisiac marijuana, called, um, Sexxpot. Also: could dating apps possibly be spreading STDs? And a tour of new, boutique dating apps serving micro-audiences and amusing us. With Allison P. Davis, Maureen O'Connor, and David Wallace-Wells. More at thecut.com and nymag.com.

Jun 10, 2015

This week: We talk to legendary, ageless, pint-sized sex guru (and onetime Holocaust survivor turned adorable German grandma) Dr. Ruth Westheimer—and marvel at how quickly someone famous for being sexually progressive can come to seem sexually retrograde. And we'll also be talking about whether it's possible, whatever a new study says, that millenials are actual boning less than their parents—and how that could possibly be. With Allison P. Davis, Maureen O'Connor, and David Wallace-Wells. More at thecut.com and nymag.com.

Jun 3, 2015

This week: We spend the whole episode interview the threesome matchmakers behind Threeway Dating Club—specialists in setting up no-strings three-way sex without any of the social obstacles or awkwardness, but who turn out to be themselves maybe just a bit creepier than they first let on. With Alison Davis, Maureen O'Connor, and David Wallace-Wells.

 

More at thecut.com and nymag.com.

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