Obama acknowledges the glass ceiling in his State of the Union address, French researchers dis British sexual culture for saying the g-spot isn’t real, Australian censors call female ejaculation “abhorrent” and ban representatives of the Itty Bitty Titty Committee from appearing in adult content. Meanwhile, Fleshbot wonders if you were about to see any porn on Apple’s new iPad anyway, new studies suggest that sex-negativity, not physiology, is to blame for many womens’ sexual dysfunction, and others suggest that pornography may actually be healthy.
This week, we were delighted to be joined by two of the loveliest ladies we know, Maureen Hanlon and Amber Ying, both of whom have appeared on the show before, to discuss some things politic, some things tech, and lots of things women! Echoing most media’s big news stories this week, we hit on education, jobs, and then Jobs’ new computing device: the iPad. My only disappointment about it was how quickly it spawned feminine hygiene product jokes.
Also, Emma and I have been preparing for KinkForAll Providence! If you’re going to be in Rhode Island on February 6th, you should come out and join us! KinkForAll Providence is totally free, and features a full day of sexuality discussion and sex-positive education graciously hosted by Brown University thanks to the amazing work of the Chair of the Sexual Health Education and Empowerment Council, Aida Manduley. Spread the full KinkForAll Providence press release around, and don’t forget to say hi when when you see us!