First up, the Wonks send their love and support to those who may have lost property or loved ones as a result of Superstorm Sandy. Ed then shares his recent experience of attempting to tame a certain situation concerning a decidedly different shade of gray. While Ed has grown to love his current status of being a sexy daddy, he’s not so thrilled with the fact that the gray hairs on his scalp have begun to migrate south.
Sexual right six as adopted by The Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality is up next. According to this liberty, one has the right to engage in sexual acts or activities of any kind whatsoever, providing they do not involve non-consensual acts, violence, constraint, coercion or fraud.
Rosa and Ed begin to break down this right by posing the question, “What if your sexual interests include acts of violence, constraint and coercion – as is the case with many kinks and fetishes?” Rosa wants to know what, exactly, is fraud in the sexual sense? Mentioning you have a ten-inch penis in a hookup ad? Posing as the opposite sex online? When does one cross the line from being just an asshole to being a fraud?
While it’s annoying to deal with flaky fucks when trying to hook up, it can’t compare to the horrors of the next subject the Wonks tackle—human trafficking. Ed and Rosa share their shock associated with several recent news stories about children being abducted for underground sex trade.
The Wonks wrap it up with new a reason to not trust Verizon Wireless and by asking the burning question, “Would you have sex with a Just-in Beaver love doll?”