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New York Magazine's Sex Lives

By New York Magazine / Panoply

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Description

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.

Customer Reviews

Dragonfly Sex

In the episode, “Finally paying attention to vagina size” Maureen makes a comment about dragonfly sex and how nice and peaceful it probably is. I am an entomologist, and I wanted to correct this misconception. Dragonflies have some of the most violent sexual intercourse. I would google “dragonfly sex” and check out the article by National Geographic. Females sustain major injuries, including punctures to their heads - yes, the males’ penis punctures the females HEAD. Just think about that for a min….
“Hung Like and Argentine Duck” by Dr. Long (NOT kidding) is also a great book on the evolution of sexual behavior and highlights some of the most extreme cases.
Overall, I love this podcast! This episode was awesome as well in the discussion of the evolution of human sexual behavior and physiological differences.

Wonderful

Really relaxed but also informed. These "people" giving bad reviews are off their rockers. David, Allison and Maureen are super down-to-earch, funny and insightful. This isn't a podcast of sex researchers discussing their high-falutin academic findings, but it doesn't purport to be either (thank god). It simply explores various facets of our "sex lives" and does so with ingenuity and--dare I say it--aplomb.

Terrible

Hate to be negative, but this show is terrible and sophomoric. It purports to be a sex show, but the hosts are remarkably limited and judgmental. They invite guests and then respond harshly and dismissively. Stupid show. And the voices are awful. I LOVE commentators who have somewhat unfortunate voices--Emily Bazelon is a good example--but a bad, annoying voice (and syntax) mixed with stupid content? Drop them Panoply!!!

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