Jonesing for some oral sex with your caffeine? Soon you'll able to satisfy both cravings at the same time -- at least if you're a man living in Switzerland.
That's right, a new cafe set to open by the end of the year in Geneva, where sex work is legal and regulated, will allow patrons to order a coffee drink and then use an iPad to choose a sex worker who will perform fellatio on him.
In this week's episode of the HuffPost Love+Sex Podcast, I chat with my co-host, Carina Kolodny, about this new cafe and the economy of sex, and we ponder exactly how much money someone should charge -- or pay -- for a blow job. We also answer a few listener questions, including one from a man who wants to know why he hates cuddling with his girlfriend after sex, and chat with Jillian Keenan, the author of Sex with Shakespeare: Here's Much to Do with Pain, but More with Love, which explores Keenan’s spanking fetish and how reading the great British playwright as erotica came to her rescue while she was learning to accept and explore her own sexuality:
The HuffPost Love+Sex podcast is produced and edited by Nick Offenberg.
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