season: audio smut (2014)
Before we made The Heart, we made smut.
How does one's sense of reality fail when falling in love?
Do you believe in true love? Does it really exist, or is it just a myth made up by Hollywood? Jonathan Goldstein shares his thoughts on this Valentine's Day special.
Behold the almighty power of the V.
We read people’s most private love letters, then tell the stories of the relationships that were made and broken by them.
A lovemap is a personal guide to what we like, who we like, and how we like it.
What are the mechanics, ethics and arrangements of having multiple sex partners?
Taboo, taboo, taboo. But why? It’s totally natural, right? Sure it’s stinky, but seriously, What IS the big deal?
In 1909, James Joyce wrote his wife, Nora Barnacle, a series of very sexy letters. In this quickie, we read you one of our favorites.
Sensory experiences transcend sight, sound, smell, taste and touch. Venture with us beyond the 5-way sensescape.
We look at our obsession with romantic love in contrast with the things that used to be a lot more important, like: family, responsibility and economic stability.
This episode is about the elements of growing up: from shaving, tampons, driving, voting, and doing your own dishes to sex.
Homelessness can't easily be defined. In this episode, we hear three stories about getting by.
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) happen — even to the best of us. In this episode, we talk to people about what a healthy sex life looks like after contracting an STI.
This quickie is a story, a lovemap if you will, of how Kaitlin manages to be such a productive person.
A peek into the power of a kiss, and the rise and fall of what could have been true love.