Consistent with this, Robert Provine analyzed more than 3000 singles ads and found that women were more likely to describe their good humor appreciation ability whereas men were more likely to offer good humor production ability.
And since love seems to be in the air ahead of Valentine’s Day, I gave myself a mission—to hunt down the best love and sex podcasts that highlight all of the messy, wonderful things about being human and sexuality.
So go on, crank up the volume and turn down the lights.
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It seems that whenever my friends and I talk about podcasts, all I want to talk about is “Serial.” Yeah, it’s amazing, and Sarah Koenig is awesome and all that, and despite listening to the available episodes on repeat, I still can’t figure out Bowe Bergdahl’s motives.
Humor is attractive to men and women — but not in the same way.
The sexual health educator with Indiana University’s famed Kinsey Institute offers a no-nonsense podcast answering all of your burning sex and love questions.
At less than 10 minutes a pop, it’s quick, it’s no frills, but sometimes it’s everything you need.
If you weren’t paying attention in junior-high health class, turn to “Sex Nerd Sandra” for Sandra Daugherty and co-host Dave Ross‘s answers to important questions about the—ahem—nitty-gritty of getting down and dirty, and brings on plenty of experts—from sex therapists to male strippers and comics—to make one of the most entertainingly educational podcasts around.
As the name implies, the show is pretty steamy, with host Rose Caraway acting as the show’s “Sexy Librarian,” reading erotic fiction spanning from the usual fare to zombie horror erotica.
Long averse to non-Muslim curiosity seekers, the Kingdom is now flirting with tourism, though drinking is forbidden and women can’t drive—or do much of anything—without a man.