Could we soon be getting it on in the front seats of our cars?
With the rise of self-driving vehicles, all of the time that was once spent navigating the road could soon be spent having sex. At least that's what Barrie Kirk of the Canadian Automated Vehicles Centre of Excellence recently told The Toronto Sun.
"I am predicting that, once computers are doing the driving, there will be a lot more sex in cars," Kirk said, adding that could mean big trouble because it will be "one of several things people will do which will inhibit their ability to respond quickly when the computer says to the human, 'Take over.'"
On this week's HuffPost Love+Sex Podcast, I chat with my co-host, Carina Kolodny, about the future of vehicular sex and what could be in store for us. We also chat about a new Bluetooth tampon, a reality TV show that will crown America's next porn superstar and the United States' first penis transplant.
Later on, I chat with Shakina Nayfack, a trans actress and performance artist, who is taking her one-woman show to North Carolina where she promises to protest the recent anti-queer law that was passed there by "pissing in all of the wrong bathrooms."
Finally, Carina and I tackle a few sex and love questions we received this week including one from a listener who wants to know if coming cleaning about cheating is a good -- or an awful idea.
The HuffPost Love+Sex podcast is produced and edited by Nick Offenberg.
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