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Sex advice columnists Em & Lo talk about. . . things we can't mention in this headline

Em & Lo have made careers out of talking sanely and humorously about sex and love. The duo appeared on The Interview Show earlier this month – and helped me feel better about my own sexual hang-ups.

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Em & Lo have made careers out of talking sanely and humorously about sex and love. They are, as they describe themselves on their site, “opinionated but not (too) judgmental, philosophically complex yet down-to-earth, sexy but never sleazy, progressive and ethical.”

The duo appeared on The Interview Show earlier this month and helped me feel better about my own sexual hang-ups.

Our interview is below. May be NSFW:

The Interview Show is back at The Hideout Friday June 1 at 6:30 p.m. with author Rich Cohen, artist Tony Fitzpatrick, chef Michael Kornick and more.

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