Audio Smut is a radio show that delivers honest and emotionally engaging stories to educate and initiate public discourse about gender, sex, and relationships from a sex-positive, queer, and feminist perspective.
Nelson Lyon’s The Telephone Book (1971) expresses mediated closeness more than forty years before Spike Jonze represented our current technological moment of connection/disconnection in his 2013 film, Her.
“Come heed my word! I had a vision! My name is Sarah Jane Butler and I was sent by the Good Lord himself to rid the world of pleasurable sex!”