I love porn as much as the next girl, but when I see the words "teen" and "sex show" in the same line, I quickly click away from anything that might creep me out. Luckily, popular video blog " The Midwest Teen Sex Show "'s name is actually straightforward and not suggestive: It's a video podcast that jokingly informs unders and their parents about sex. No nudity, but the situations and topics are certainly "full frontal. Lately they've been getting a lot of mainstream press, and for good reasons: who else besides sites like Scarleteen are giving kids answers they need -- besides, of course, "just say no". As if to ironically highlight the ignorance of our country's abstinence-only sex agenda forced on kids in public schools, last week I got a nasty email regarding my in-column reference to Britney Spears ' underage pregnant little sister Abstinence Does Not Make the Heart Grow Fonder from the head of Washington DC's main abstinence program "ULTRA Teen Choice" telling me, " Blue seems to miss the fact that perhaps Jamie Lynn Spears needed encouragement and peer support, not a condom.
The Midwest Teen Sex Show
Midwest Teen Sex Show Picked Up By Comedy Central! - Podcast Alley
Jump to navigation. It happens. From their website, Director Guy Clark writes, We want to assure you that we are keeping the style of the show the same. It was the style of the show that Comedy Central first noticed, and they want us to keep making it from the finest ingredients. The difference is that now those ingredients will not be bought from a guy on the street corner wearing a trench coat. Kjerstin Johnson is a writer and editor in Portland, Oregon.
The "Midwest Teen Sex Show"
Midwest Teen Sex Show was a comedic, semi-educational video podcast featured monthly at their now defunct website with host Nikol Hasler , featuring comedian Britney Barber and produced and directed by Guy Clark. The podcast series was created by Guy Clark and Nikol Hasler. Clark asked her to host the show shortly afterwards. Barber didn't meet them until after responding to an ad on Craigslist. Since the show's debut, it has been wildly popular.