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📙 In Bed with Susie Bright 416: The Women's Erotica Filmmaker Who Is Turning On-Screen Sex Upside Down by Susie Bright, narrator Susie Bright


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On today's show, you're going to feel the heat! Susie begins by describing a scene from a movie called Headshot. This short film about a man getting a blowjob will make you feel like you're there in the room with him. Susie gets the intimate details in her interview with erotica filmmaker Jennifer Lyon Bell. Susie and Jennifer talk about what makes porn on screen so hot, how the actors prepare for sex scenes, and why showing explicit sex isn't always necessary to make a great erotic film.Next, Susie helped design a new sex-themed card game called I Dare You. Remember the old truth or dare games? Well, this is an updated, sexy version. Susie and Jennifer take turns and reveal some naughty secrets.Finally, Susie wants you to know about some special In Bed best-of-show packages. She's compiled four great must have audios in a series. Look for Sex, Secrets, and Money, Masters of Erotic Cinema, The Sex Remedy, and The Secret Language of Sex. These shows are filled with many hours of some of Susie's favorite interviews.Have a question? You can call Susie's hotline at 831-480-5110. And you can send your confidential questions - plus requests for free samples and blog banners! - to [email protected] (Episode 416, January 8, 2010) Listen to Susie's best-of-show audio series, including Sex, Secrets, and Money; Masters of Erotic Cinema; The Sex Remedy; and The Secret Language of Sex.Add your two cents! Visit Susie's blog and talk about this episode and much, much more! Want more In Bed with Susie Bright? Audible® invites you to: Subscribe for one month or 12 months. Get the latest episode. Check out the complete archive. ©2010 Audible, Inc and Susie Bright

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