Monday, February 28, 2005
The RobCast: Announcements
This podcast (2m 15s, ~1MB) is just a couple of quick announcements on the status of some of the podcasts I'm doing, and was as much an excuse to test out some new gear as anything else.
I hope you'll find the new gear a significant improvement. Now, to work on the content ;)
Sunday, February 13, 2005
SexGeeks: Sex Drives, Pedophilia in the Catholic Church, and Polyamory
Here's the newest SexGeeks show (1h 5m, 31MB).
This will be the last one posted to this blog, as we've set up a new blog just for SexGeeks. If you want to catch future shows, then subscribe from the new site so you don't miss anything.
Last week we talked about Good Vibrations, a store in San Francisco, for a little while, but forgot to leave a pointer to their web site. You can find it at: http://www.goodvibes.com.
Amy Gahran gave us a nice entry in her "Women in Podcasting" list (in case you are wondering, Lindsay is female ;).
This week, we talked about how the stereotype of the horny male may not be valid for most men after their 20's.
We also touch again briefly on sexuality in different cultures. We'd love to hear more people's experience with sex and sexuality in different places in the world.
Lindsay wondered aloud why pedophilia appears to be so prominent in the Catholic church, so Rob takes a stab at a possible explanation.
At the suggestion of a listener, we take a first stab at talking about polyamory. We were referred to the LovingMore site as a resource. Rob points out that an interesting analogy for polyamory might be the Creative Commons licensing, and suggests we all get cards indicating what the rules of our committed relationships are. Don't know how feasible that is, but interesting to think about anyway.
Finally, we put a call out for reviews of any interesting sex gadgets you might have run across. If you've had any experience (positive or negative) with the gadget in question, all the better. Lindsay's especially interested in a gadget the simulates cunnilingus. In an upcoming show, we'll talk about different gadgets we've run across, and would love to hear about things we might have missed.
If you have questions, comments, or suggestions for things to talk about, please feel free to send us an email, or leave a comment at the SexGeeks blog.
Tuesday, February 01, 2005
SexGeeks: Good Vibrations, The L-Word, and Finding Love on Amazon.com
Lindsay and I are geeks about sex the same way other people are geeks about technology.
In this series we will be talking about all aspects of sex and relationships.
In this installment (51 mins, 24MB) we talk about:
Why Good Vibrations is a wonderful place
Expectations of personal sexuality in different cultures
Finding love on Amazon.com
We'd love to hear your feedback. You can either leave it here, or send an email to email@example.com.