The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to Sex Tips For Straight Women From a Gay Man!

Boy, when I was a kid, I had to hide my radio under my covers to listen to Dr. Ruth to get my “sex tips.”  And now, you can learn everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask at an Off Broadway show!

And Dr. Ruth has been replaced by a gay man.

And we’re giving away two tickets!

So . . . who needs sex tips?  Don’t be shy.  Raise your hand!

Seriously, how do you win this week’s giveaway for two tickets to see Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man?

Easy breezy.  Just comment below with your favorite sex tip . . . NO NO!  I’m kidding.  For the love of all things holy on this Easter Sunday, don’t do that, or this blog will forever be thought of by Google as some crazy porn site (#ProducerPorn).

Seriously, to win the tickets, let’s take a little poll about how we all got educated about the birds and the bees.  Who taught the S word to you?  Where did you learn all about it when you were growing up?  For example, your parents, you older sister, 80s movies (that’s mine!).

Ready?  Good luck!

 

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  • Brian says:

    Catholic School – the former marine/health/gym teacher gave a very clinical lecture. He managed to make sex boring!

  • Madison Decker says:

    Seventh grade health class!

  • Harlequin romance novels.

  • R.J. Lowe says:

    My parents made me read a book. “Where Babies Come From” or some such thing. LOL!

  • LARRY ABRAMSKY says:

    BOTH MY PARENTS HAD NO CLUE WHERE TO START WITH ME, SO AT AROUND 10-11 THEY TOOK ME TO OUR FAMILY PEDIATRICIAN, WHO SAT ME DOWN TO HAVE ‘THE TALK’. HE LOOKED JUST LIKE PERRY COMO, AND TALKED QUIETLY AND EASILY LIKE PERRY AS WELL. HE BASICALLY SHOWED ME CLINICAL DRAWINGS AND SAID THIS GOES IN THERE AND SO FORTH….. AFTER THAT, THE REST IS ALL JUST MORE SPECIFIC DETAILS I PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.

  • Paula says:

    I forgot the title – a book my mother gave to me to read. For reinforcement — in a college class
    taught by a much older, unmarried woman who giggled in every class lecture awhile back.

  • Teri says:

    Friends from school told me and i was horrified. I thought they were kidding (:

  • Sheryl wiener says:

    I learned from my friends. We looked at books and compared notes. Then later, I learned “technique” from the older men I dated. It was a very complete education.

  • Brandon says:

    I have to credit John Hughes and the other directors/writers of the time.

  • Brian Jones says:

    This is great. Catholic school lecture from Sr. Mary Agnette.

  • Bryan Austermann says:

    My three answers:

    My parents. Probably George Carlin. Friends – the TV show, then friends 😉 😉

  • Ron Emerick says:

    Definitely not from parents or relatives. Probably Harold Robbins novels like The Carpetbaggers.

  • Pam Morse says:

    5th grade health class….and of course talking with my girlfriends.

  • Alexa says:

    Fast Times At Ridgemont High cafeteria scene. And then I used to use my allowance to buy Cosmo and learn from the sex tips columns…which is why I probably really need the advice from this show.

  • Cheryl Dzubak says:

    My parents were pretty honest about it. They didn’t want us to hear it off the street and be misinformed.

  • christine kromer says:

    not my parents that’s for sure.one of my girlfriends after she found out she was pregnant and wasn’t sure how it happened. that is how naïve we were back then

  • Heather says:

    I first was “taught” in 4th grade. They made the boys go out for an extra recess while us girls got popcorn balls and got to watch a movie from the 60s that was unhelpful…and not entirely true as I found out as I got older. We had consecutive programs as we progressed through middle school. My mom also tried to have “the talk” but I don’t remember anything significant.
    I mostly learned from more experienced friends, and as I got older, books. The books were sadly the best teachers!

  • I have an older brother and sister, 9 and 10 years older respectively, they taught me everything and probably far earlier than I should have learnt!

  • Emily V. says:

    When I asked in the first grade where babies came from my parents went step by step using pictures from an old anatomy text book. I brought the book to school and taught my whole first grade class. My parents got a lot of angry phone calls.

  • sheila schwartz says:

    The older sister of a friend told us the basics and some incorrect info as well.

  • ECP says:

    A few movies were eye-openers, but several novels (some of them first-class literature) really did the trick.

  • Cara says:

    I honestly think no one ever came out and told me. I just gathered little bits of information from friends, tv, etc.

  • Kasey Violet Clark says:

    My older cousins gave me the sex talk. It was a less awkward and far more informative than the book filled with information delivered my a cartoon sperm. That is how my dad tried to broach the subject of sex with me 🙂

  • Ellen Orchid says:

    A great question. When I was 11 or 12, my beautiful, practical mom tried to explain things with a clinical book with pictures of genitals and diagrams and I was just too nervous and laughed with embarrassment. Exasperated, she left the room. Then she came back a few days later with a novel which had a nice love scene with enough detail and specifics to make things clear. She said “This will give you a good idea”, and it did. Then in freshman year of college, they showed us a film (in biology class!) of married couples having sex. That definitely helped.

  • SJ White says:

    Friends, 9th Grade Sex Ed, and then “hands on” experience in college!

  • Lillian says:

    My mother used a gourd to show me how it all worked. A gourd and a condom demo. It was very effective.

  • Alex B. says:

    From my mom and her youth choir filled with high schoolers!

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