Episode #016 - February 23, 2003

Sex in History

Courtesy John French, Abrams Planetarium, East Lansing, Michigan Up until circa 3500 B.C., no one knew why women became pregnant. Oh, there were lots of theories.

The Maoris of New Zealand believed that the Moon was responsible, but their cousins in Australia thought it happened if you ate the flesh of a dead enemy. Meanwhile, in China, they were absolutely certain pregnancy was caused by dragon saliva. The Inuit of northern Canada were pretty sure that a new baby crawled into the mother while she was asleep and then sperm fed it for a few months.

Women were regarded as mystical creatures who could create life all on their own. However, when man clued in that HE was involved in the process, that the baby was HIS, society shifted from one of equals to one of male supremacy. Ah, makes you long for the good old days, doesn't it?

Moon photo courtesy John French, Abrams Planetarium, East Lansing, Michigan

Hot Stuff Sex Toy

The Worm Great toy this week. It is called the WORM. It is soft, silicone, easy to clean, no dangerous seams, and it only takes 2 AA Batteries. There is a slight bend at the head that makes it possible to stimulate the G Spot but can also be used for clitoral stimulation. When covered by a lubricated condom, it would be ideal for anal penetration. And you have to laugh at the cute face on the worm.

On our HOT STUFF HIBACHI OF LOVE, this toy rates 4 briquets.

Sue's Mini Review

We get quite a few questions about Cross Dressing, some from those involved and some from partners who may be upset by the behavior. This book, THE LAZY CROSSDRESSER by Charles Anders, is an essential book for those concerned. Besides information on clothes, make-up and styles, the last chapters are an essential read for partners who either believe he is fooling around when they find female panties in a drawer, or who feel that cross dressing is a perversion.