I read somewhere recently that Americans are uncomfortable talking about sex. I'm not sure where I saw it, but it doesn't matter -- almost every magazine article about having better sex makes a statement like this. They don't even bother to attribute it to anyone, but assume that we all know it's true, and it merely needs to be restated for context.

Horsefeathers.

Americans are talking about sex all over the internet. In fact, to judge by the blogs, podcasts, chats and e-mail discussions, we can't shut up about it.

We can read about sex at Salon.com and Nerve, hear about it at Tiny Nibbles and participate in it at Paltalk. The sex site Fleshbot posted a roundup of sexy podcasts just this week.

Wired News: We Don't Talk About Sex? Ha!


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