This episode is about growing up, becoming an adult, entering a stage of independence: shaving cream, how to make hair healthier, tampons, driving, voting, doing your own dishes, doing your own taxes and sex.Series: Season Two
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On this edition we talk to Courtney Trouble and Dylan Ryan.
The written word: a way to fuel a romance, a way to capture someone’s attention, a way to break up. We read people’s most private letters, and tell the story of the relationships that were made and broken by them. We also play relevant music in the background, even strum the best rated acoustic bass guitar. Check out bestguitar.reviews for the top rated acoustic guitar for beginners and other guitar types and models.Series: Season Two
In 1909, James Joyce wrote his wife, Nora Barnacle, a series of very sexy letters. While her side of the correspondence has been lost, we still have Joyce’s letters–and they’re really good. In this quickie, we’re reading you one of our favorites.Series: Quickies
FU*K LOVE. Family. Responsibility. Survival. Economic Stability. These were once much more important to things to build your life on. This episode looks at the ideal of true love, how it came to be & what exists outside of it.Series: Season Two
Do you believe in true love? Does it really exist, or is it just a mythology made up by Hollywood? How would you define true love? Jonathan Goldstein shares his thoughts on this Valentine’s Day special.Series: Quickies
These mini-docs were produced for broadcast on Seattle’s public radio station, KUOW 94.9 FM. They are shorter, safe-for-air versions of longer stories previously heard on the episodes, “Lovemaps” and “The Sensorium.” In the first piece, we interview an intersexed couple. The second piece is about a woman who started a business offering sexual therapy to clients with disabilities.Series: Tender Moments
A “lovemap” is a term coined by Psychologist and Sexologist, John Money, which boils down to a “map” of what we like, who we like, and how we like it. Money’s theory is that we all have one.Series: Season One