Monday, October 24, 2011

Episode 37: Dating for Two or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Ms Swap Fu's Period

Pre-production notes!!
Tell us you're not a little impressed.
Thank you for your blog comments and voicemails!

Warming up the house slowly

Mas Vegas: Some more details given in context of how we don't go into details

Mindfulness: Were we in the right headspace?

Thank you Dan Savage for giving us some insight on the dating mind -- we're all newbies so -- cut yourself some slack

Mr Swap Fu is The Period Whisperer

Girls Uncorked redux

This episode's music is "Electronic Fences" by Computer Magic, a solo project based out of Brooklyn -- More information at


  1. Enjoyed listening to your podcast. Glad you are back to podcasting on a regular basis. I enjoy hearing your perspectives on the lifestyle.

  2. Hello there.
    Thank you for taking the time to read our comments and mention them in your Podcast. I don’t think it is entertaining it is hilarious (Creepy tia) Ha ha ha ha. I told you not to disclose more than what you feel comfortable with, but appreciate taking about Mother Nature, though it is not clear if Mr SF is allowed to play while Ms SF is on her monthly abstinence.
    Personally my wife told me to get a Swinger Unicorn or hot friend for those days, but I guess is a kind of mutual respect not to play alone, so we have to schedule the vanilla days for that period of time.
    Happy Halloween

  3. I just listened to your episode 37 and thanks for responding to my comment about providing more details about your outings. I understand now why you didn't go into about the Vegas parties. Cheers to you and your courage to discuss what you guys considered a difficult or even embarrassing topic on your podcast. I admire your courage. It was actually really cool to listen to this episode, as I felt my question really helped prompt the topic of your discussion about dealing with the monthly period and being active in the life style. 'The period whisperer' ... hilarious ! . Also, I hope you don't think that I was being critical of your show in my previous comment- I really do like your show and I think you are providing a valuable channel of expression that is a benefit to open minded communication. Our society needs more outlets for open, free, non judgmental discussion of sex and sexuality. Also - when I read #37's title - 'Don't call it a come back' I immediately thought of LL Cool J's song 'Mama said knock you out' . Not sure if that's what you had in mind but it's an incredible song. I'm not a huge fan of rap but some songs are just too good not download from iTunes and play over and over again. Several seconds into the song is "Don't call it a comeback I've been here for years..... " "Listen to the bass go BOOM .. Explosion, overpowerin" great stuff Of your past episodes I really liked #16 and your description of the house party you attended. Also - episode #34 was really good with your discussion of Trapeze in Atlanta and meeting new people Great job - and great to have you back from your hiatus - totally understand, life gets in the way

  4. Anonymous 2 ~ Thank you so much for the followup feedback! I think the nudge really helped us, at least me (Ms. Fu), to delve into the situation a bit better. It's difficult to share uncomfortable information, but I think we learn from it. So I guess what I am trying to say is, thank you for keeping it real. :)