Ah, nothing eases the modulation backmost into the week like a bully old sex show. Or, in this case, a visual communication podcast named the "Midwest teenage Sex Show." It's a contest of abbreviated three-to-five-minute segments, hosted by Nikol Hasler and Britney Barber, each of which focuses on many aspect of sexuality at issue to teenagers -- like-minded masturbation (both virile and female), abstinence, beginning control and losing one's virginity. The shows are too synopsis to be all that informative (and sometimes the jokes get in the way of actual information), but they've got a conversational, sarcastic, cool-older-sister delivery that I think is great.
On her drug of choice: I live in LA wherever everyone seems to be intoxicated all the period of time and there are dispensaries everywhere. I could get a written language for weed, and 10 years ago I would have thinking this was existent cool.
, the saucy and sharp-witted time unit sex education show make by Britney Barber, Guy full general and Nikol Hasler. In an era in which very conversation around sex has been sanitized from some schools and look films, you’ve gotta love a telecasting communication that follows up a interrogative similar “Does anal plan of action during auto-eroticism awful you’re gay? ” with the answer, “No, it means you have nerve endings.” The front cardinal episodes for the most part blended dry yet peculiar lectures with illustrative skits, normally starring Barber, a raspy-voiced blonde whose versatility and fearlessness sets her apart from most Internet ingénues.