Poly Weekly #124: New Things You Need to Know About Sex

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0:00 Introduction and host chat
Intro, under-18 warning and re-direction to www.scarleteen.com; friend me on Twitter and answer questions about what you want on the show, call 206-202-POLY with comments. Thanks to everyone who donated–we’ve printed over 1,500 PW postcards in the last month, and over half of them have been distributed!

5:00 Listener Feedback
Graydancer and RoxieFox create the term “polyobvious” in an audio comment to describe a poly relationship in which everyone’s relationships are transparent; 7:30 Ki gives us a positive shoutout; 8:45 another audio comment about the hot poly erotica and the sibling interaction being a little squick-inducing; 10:00 J points out that geeks give tech gifts because it’s an area they know and it’s in their comfort zone; he recommends www.chorewars.com; Skip recommends Second Life, a 3D interactive virtual environment–where a threesome can watch the same streaming video together from all over the world!!

17:20 Topic: Poly replacing extended families
Cynical Soul comments that yes, the poly family does replace her dwindled nuclear family; Jennifer has five families–biological, two medieval ones, and poly ones; this is all decided on the individual’s needs

21:10 Question: How do you love?
Skie Velvet asks about lifetime love–how to you deal with your ex’s? Do you stop loving them and break contact once you break up, or do you keep them in your life, even if they’ve hurt you badly?

26:00 Comment: Points
Skie Velvet also comments on NOT using points in relationships–too tit-for-tat to really be productive

27:30 Topic: New Things You Need to Know about Sex
Read the full article here. How many of these things did you know already? Hopefully, not too much of this was news to you!

Wrap-up
Questions? Comments? Feedback? Email cunningminx@gmail.com or call the listener comment line at 206-202-POLY. And hey, why not attach an audio comment to that email? :-) Check out PolyWeekly at polyweekly.libsyn.com. Thanks for listening!

3 comments to Poly Weekly #124: New Things You Need to Know About Sex

  • Evan

    Hi,
    Here’s a study that finds there’s no significant correlation between circumsision and lower STD infection rates. (Australia, 1994)

    http://www.cirp.org/library/disease/STD/donovan1/

    Here’s an overview of a study that does find a correlation (but it does not carry into cervical cancer rates in women) – and it’s a little more recent, 2002.

    http://www.cfpc.ca/cfp/2003/sep/vol49-sep-critical-1.asp

    I’d like to hear about other studies.

    –Evan–

  • durox

    I read a couple of references that “male genital mutilation” reduces the risk of STDs. There is no general recommendation to circumcision though as there are many unsolved ethical topics. See the UN-Report at http://tinyurl.com/3384jp
    Also, I want to draw attention to the Sex is Fun episode #48 on Circumcision and Foreskin Restoration(greatsexgames.com), where that topic is discussed. I agree to Kidders point that as the UN has to fight a pandemic in Africa all measures have to be taken into consideration. Whereas in other countries you can educate, use condoms, have higherhygiene standards etc.

    Thanks for the show,
    Durox

  • Belar

    Hey Guys,

    i’m new here, but i thought i say my part:

    What’s funny: Even Wikipedia has it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circumcision

    And plenty sources to get to know more in the article as well, as it seems.

    I certainly remember, that i heard a german science podcast about this WHO-study, claiming it has something to do with certain types of cells (can it be Langhans-cells or something?) being less activ by circumcised men, thus reducing the risk of contracting… My memory gets kind of blurry here.
    But they made very clear, as wikipedia does, that circumcision reduces the risk of contracting, not granting some sort of immunity. Which seems important to point out.

    Thanks for your shows minx,
    Belar

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