If you're a regular viewer of Bill O'Reilly's show, you probably weren't so surprised by the lurid details in Andrea Mackris'sexual harassment suit, which alleges, among other things, that the host "babbled perversely" to her over the phone while enjoying an X-rated video.
On air, O'Reilly has long demonstrated a fascination with pornography that borders on an unhealthy obsession. " That same night, he exposed Western Washington University's "Porno and Popcorn," held during a week-long sex-awareness festival.
What's impressive is the depth of it on this subject. 3, 2003, program, O'Reilly investigated the deeper meaning behind a Nielsen study that claimed one-third of the people viewing porn sites are women. Jenna e-mailed us today and said, in part, "I hope Bill understands the difference between a porn star and a hooker. 22, 2003, O'Reilly quizzed Diane Sawyer on an ABC report about corporations like AOL Time Warner and GM profiting from porn. 1, 2002, with Jan La Rue, chief counsel for the conservative group Concerned Women for America.
O'Reilly has ragged on Howard Stern for having a show that "traffics in sex." But the only difference between them is that Stern is honest enough to admit having smut on the brain. 26, happens to coincide with Mackris' assignment at the convention, also cited in the suit.) On Aug. In an episode aired on April 29, 2003, he attacked a class at the University of Kansas where a professor of human sexuality was reportedly "doing inappropriate things in the classroom." He asked his first guest, a student named Jessica Zahn, if the professor was "show[ing] you hardcore porn videos." Jessica wasn't doing a good enough job of explaining the class to the viewers, so O'Reilly turned to Kansas Sen. Wagle: This professor is actually picking women out in the classroom and saying things to them, like maybe there's five of you in the first three rows I'm very attracted to. I assume he has done some research on the subject because he requested some of my videos after we finished taping my appearance. La Rue caught on to his pattern of titillation and damnation; she posted an open letter saying she felt betrayed by the way he used the issue as a setup "to attract viewers." She also wondered if he knew "the depravity of the material these corporations are offering." describes the characters making love at a Caribbean resort, a setting which now evokes another of Mackris' allegations.
Phone sex is the perfect way to make a carnal connection when you and your man are apart. Explain to each other exactly what you're doing ("I'm tracing circles on my inner thigh") and how it's feeling ("I'm getting so wet"). Giving good phone is a lot easier -- and more fun -- if you get into a lusty mood before you dial his digits.
And while the thought of it may leave you speechless, tantalizing talk isn't as tricky as you think. Share your steamy desires, describe details from your favorite fantasy or tell him, step-by-step, what you wish you were doing to him. Lie back and envision a supercharged bedroom scenario with your guy.
Nerve asks deeply personal questions to people we just met. I grew up in Iceland, and now I'm actually living in Seattle, but I'm here for the summer doing a research project at the University.
Have you noticed differences between Iceland and America in terms of dating and sex?
If at first you feel shy, just moan or sigh while he narrates a naughty story.
As the encounter escalates, you may be very surprised at the frisky phrases that pop out of your mouth.
For decades, movies and sitcoms have presented a caricature of the sweaty-palmed, birds-and-bees conversation in which Dad stammers through a convoluted description of sex to a preadolescent child — who, it turns out, knows all of the details already. Playground slang and obscenity, a distorted description of intercourse from the tough kid up the street, or worst of all, a look at some pornographic material on cable TV or the Internet often provides a child's first jarring glimpse of sex. " The Focus on the Family Guide to Talking with Your Kids About Sex Efforts by public schools to correct misinformation from the street and lack of information from home often leave out a critical ingredient: the moral framework within which the facts about reproduction should be presented.
The humor arises from the tension most parents feel about discussing sex with their kids. What should be seen as the most beautiful, meaningful and private communication between a married couple becomes a freak-show curiosity. Without an ethical context, sex education becomes little more than basic training in anatomy, physiology, infectious diseases and contraception.
Here's the money passage from his interview with Jameson two years ago. O'Reilly: But doesn't it hurt your feelings when people judge you and call you "whore," "slut," things like that? Yet the topic of porn is a regular tease for his 8 p.m. You could have—you could file charges against somebody saying—you know, harassment charges against them. His scoop: An adult production company had shot in the dorms at Indiana University, using students as performers.