Why is a new AIDS preventative pill under attack? Truvada has been dubbed a party drug by conservatives, who see it as an aid to continuing risky sex, rather than something to help people with HIV. Susie reads from Out magazine's article "Why I Am a Truvada Whore". This tongue-in-cheek story shows how mixed up the debate is and likens the fear of HIV protection to the 1960s-era fear of giving birth-control pills to unmarried couples.
Next, Susie found some really fun research from a UK sports sociologist. Looks like penis size really does matter in team sports. The guys in the locker room are checking each other out, and depending on cock size, they determine who has the higher standing on the team. Even better though: if a player has a gigantic dick, yet he's not that talented on the field, he still gets to remain on the team. Wow, says Susie, sports just got a little bit more interesting in a surprising way!
Then, in our "What's New on Audible" segment, Susie introduces us to another sexy must-listen. House of Sable Locks by Elizabeth Schechter is set in a mysterious brothel in London. The story uncovers the dark passions and desires of a young man from the privileged upper-crust. This book has two narrators: Pricilla Carson and Roger Frisk.
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