Sam and Clint talk with Sex and Relationship Educator Maureen Matthews about passion in long term relationships, how sexual shame runs deep in society and ruins sex for men and women, how to flirt with others to improve your relationship, and how to make monogamy work even though humans are not monogamous by nature. In the preamble Sam admits to being an arsehole and commits to changing that fact, and Clint receives a new 'Don't Make Me Do That' challenge. Maureen Matthew's Sunday Age column, 'About Last Night' can be found in print and online and her female sensuality business can be found at www.bliss4women.com.au
Sam's been off with the fairies. Clint's had a brush with the law.
And then literary agent and PhD candidate Kylie Doust comes in to chat about the state of literature and the publishing world.
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This episode Sam and Clint are joined by sleep scientist, Rosie Joyce, from the Melbourne Sleep Disorders Centre who infuses the usual discussional riff-raff with expert information and advice on impaired sleeps cycles, treatment for insomnia, and sleep apnoea, how parents can coach themselves through the inevitable sleep deprivation that comes from having a baby or two, and how to use postage stamps to self-diagnose impotence. Keep your ears open for a few funny stories from deep inside the sleep science trenches. You'll definitely want to tell your friends about the man dubbed 'The Midnight Stallion' by his... well... appreciative wife.