Three things to know about Sunday Night Sex Talks
This bawdy, bicoastal show asks its all-female cast of storytellers to share filthy tales of romance and carnal adventure. Sound juicy? Here's what you should know before you go.
Fri Mar 7 2014
Photograph: Geanna Merola
1. It’s all real.
The event’s format is four women telling true themed stories from their sex, dating and love lives. Imagine Sex and the City IRL. In fact, the TV show’s writer and executive producer Cindy Chupack performed back in January, recounting the experience that inspired the David Duchovny episode. The next topic is “Spring Fling,” so we’re expecting talk of flowers and peaches. And vaginas.
2. Nothing leaves the room.
Names will be named and—while you’re guaranteed to laugh—the honest, personal admissions from some performers will likely make you misty-eyed. That’s why filming is not permitted, and the audience takes a collective vow of secrecy, Girl Scouts–style, at the beginning of every show.
3. No boys are allowed.
Sorry, guys, but it’s easier to talk about the first time you had sex with your husband after your double mastectomy in a wiener-free environment. A man has been granted access just once. According to producer Jessie Rosen, “It was a massive exception based on the world’s most romantic love story, and he left the room an engaged man.”
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