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“I've been in more laps than a napkin.” ~ Mae West
Did you know, according to a recent survey, a woman is considered promiscuous at her 5th partner? Conversely, men are not considered promiscuous until they’ve had 25+ partners. News Flash: There are many ladies who do not feel the need to confine their natural desire for sex within a committed relationship.
Ladies and Gents: what do you think? What does promiscuity mean to you… and does the number of partners you’ve had really matter?
My guest Marrie Lobel and I are pulling back the covers and busting the myths of Female Promiscuity on this episode of the Loving and Lasting Show. Please chime in with your thoughts, whether they be pure or wanton… male or female… we want to know!
Marrie Lobel is a California based freelance dating, sex and relationship writer, Geekalicious creator of DirtyInPublic.com and Co-Host of Mr. n Mrs. Romance Podcast. By combining wit, wisdom, and a splash of audacity, Marrie takes pride in shattering outdated perceptions about women, stimulating open conversations, and igniting relationships between the sexes.
Marrie can be found sharing the sexy love via websites and on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ and iTunes.
Scholar Laura Miller will discuss with us Female Driven Culture in Japan, including examples of the Himiko (Shaman Queen of Ancient Japan or Wa) boom, hunting for female empowerment/spirituality spots, Cat cafes, Otome road where there are shops for female manga and costume play fans and demographic power: male beauty work and herbivore men.
Laura Miller is Ei’ichi Shibusawa-Seigo Arai Endowed Professor of Japanese Studies and Professor of Anthropology at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She has published widely on Japanese culture and language, including topics such as English loanwords in Japanese, elevator girls, the beauty industry, girls’ slang, self-photography, and divination. She teaches courses on Japan and linguistic anthropology and works to promote Japan Studies through a variety of campus and community programming. She is the author or co-editr of four books on Japan. Beauty Up: Exploring Contemporary Japanese Body Aesthetics (University of California Press, 2006), Bad Girls of Japan (Palgrave, 2005) Manners and Mischief: Gender, Power, and Etiquette in Japan (University of California Press, 2011), and Modern Girls on the Go: Gender, Mobility, and Labor in Japan (Stanford University Press, 2013).
There has been much talk and hype about male and female energies. Most people think of this as male versus female--but we all have different distributions of these energies within us and utilize them for different things. Join Astrodoc Doug Davies and his co-host Linda Benyo as we have a rousing discussion about men vs. women, male and female energies, how they manifest within all of us particularly in the area of communication and understanding, and how to best use them.
Come through and call in tonight! The Throwback topic tonight is Female Rap artists. Who was the best one? Who was more lyrical? Who was the flyest? How have they stomped their way into the Hip Hop world? Let's talk about it! Don't forget the game we play: Don't Forget The Lyrics! I play the track, I stop the track, you finish the track. It's Kings vs. Queens! So call in (347) 857-4391 and Press 1 to speak to me
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