How did the penis of John Wayne Bobbitt end up in a grassy field across the street from a 7 Eleven? How did it change the public views on marital rape and domestic violence in the early 90’s. Join us as we discuss the cut heard around the world.
How did the penis of John Wayne Bobbitt end up in a grassy field across the street from a 7 Eleven? How did it change the public views on marital rape and domestic violence in the early 90’s. Only one month before, martial rape was outlawed in all 50 states.
Today, we are joined by Joleen Lunzer, who hosts the Married To Bravo Podcast that is available on iTunes and Spotify. She also has a popular YouTube recapping guilty pleasures of ours like 90 Day Fiancé, Big Brother, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and MTV the Challenge. You can follow her across all social media @JoleenLunzer.
Join us as we discuss the cut heard around the world.
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Madames, Heauxs and Gigolos explores the fascinating history of sex work, events in sexual revolutions, people in history, other topics around sex, and the history of sex work. Join hosts Heather, Connor, and Anthony as they discuss the oldest profession and all things relating to sex and history. Heather’s research, Connor’s wit, and Anthony's charm collide to bring a bi-weekly podcast celebrating the stories of courageous women and men who have been shunned by society because of their trade, sexual preferences, or free love thinking and still manage to become prominent people in history that you don't learn about in school.