Merry Christmas to those who observe! This week we are joined by Madeline Knott! She and the vagibonds decided to find out who else wants to be like Mary and have a virgin birth. We also discuss whether religiousness effects your definitions of sex.
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Does watching Teen Mom make you want to be a mom? According to a 2014 study, probably not. In this episode we discuss whether TV shows that “glorify” teen pregnancy lead to an increase or decrease of safe sex. Then we talk about our own awkward experiences of sex education.
“You’re going to smear my what?!” In this episode Katee and Corbin talk about the difference between Pap smears and pelvic exams. What are they doing down there? Why do I have to have one? How often should I have one? WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?!
In this, the flagship episode of the (at that time unnamed) Vagibonds podcast, Katee and Corbin introduce themselves and their goals of this foray into podcasting. We plan to talk women’s health, feminism, and other lady stuff. We also get our kicks talking about slang terms for female genitalia.