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The Midwest Teen Sex Show

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< This video podcast comes right out and states: ''Teens and sex. It happens.'' This statement is a lot more true than most parents and grown-ups want to believe, so these kids here decided to '''do something''' and get this topic right out in the open! And for you drooling gawkers, this show doesn't have any sex in it...it's about teenagers talking about sex. Episodes come out at the rate of one per month, presumably because it takes longer to put together a video podcast than an audio one; also, the subject matter is a lot more sensitive, so they can't just sit in front of a camera, blather away, and produce a show. (They also sell T-shirts saying "Think Masturbation!" -- though I doubt many people have the guts to wear one of these in public.)

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> This video podcast comes right out and states: ''Teens and sex. It happens.'' This statement is a lot more true than most parents and grown-ups want to believe, so these kids here decided to '''do something''' and get this topic right out in the open! And for you drooling gawkers, this show doesn't have any sex in it...it's about teenagers talking about sex. Episodes come out at the rate of one per month, presumably because it takes longer to put together a video podcast than audio; also, the subject matter is a lot more sensitive, so they can't just sit in front of a camera, blather away, and produce a show. (They also sell T-shirts saying "Think Masturbation!" -- though I doubt many people have the guts to wear one of these in public.)


midwestteensexshow.com/

This video podcast comes right out and states: Teens and sex. It happens. This statement is a lot more true than most parents and grown-ups want to believe, so these kids here decided to do something and get this topic right out in the open! And for you drooling gawkers, this show doesn't have any sex in it…it's about teenagers talking about sex. Episodes come out at the rate of one per month, presumably because it takes longer to put together a video podcast than audio; also, the subject matter is a lot more sensitive, so they can't just sit in front of a camera, blather away, and produce a show. (They also sell T-shirts saying "Think Masturbation!" – though I doubt many people have the guts to wear one of these in public.)