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Summary

[Contains explicit content] From 2009: Susie is ready to scream. A recent study once again showed that women are not reaching orgasm nearly as often as men. It's not fair! Susie looks at the role oral sex has with this unfortunate gap between men's and women's pleasure. Seems like there's a lot more giving head and less eating pussy happening these days. An article by Hannah Seligson in the The Daily Beast says orgasm inequity is as serious as the pay gap. Next, Susie reveals a secret passion of hers. She's into fast, sporty and muscular…cars! If the choice is between a sensible and safe Toyota or a Porsche convertible, there is no question which one will get her testosterone to jump. Then, from the mailbag, a listener wants to know why a new, monogamous relationship is making her more jealous then her past open relationships. 

You can send your confidential queries and comments to susie@susiebright.com. [Encore Episode, October 22, 2021]

©2021 Audible, Inc., and Susie Bright (P)2021 Audible, Inc., and Susie Bright

Critic reviews

"Highly addictive." (Jezebel.com)

"The avatar of American erotica." (The New York Times)

"Maybe the best sex writer in America, period." (Boston Phoenix)

"Let's face it. She's not boring." (The Los Angeles Times Magazine)

What listeners say about Encore Episode: The Male vs. Female Orgasm Gap

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