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Podcast: Claudia Dey tackles your love and sex questions


 

 

How to be a Bush PilotMen, Claudia Dey wants to teach you how to be a bush pilot. No, not the backwoods outdoorsy kind. Although she'd encourage that if you wanted her to. She wants to teach you how to navigate your lady love's nether regions better than ever.

Claudia's latest book, How to Be a Bush Pilot is a how-to manual for men. And why not? Claudia is something of a sexpert. She wrote a sex advice column for Toro magazine and is currently penning a column on the same topic for the Globe and Mail.

Her inquisitive, intelligent approach to sex is a refreshing change of pace from today's Internet dating and romance reality shows. Her passion for acquiring and sharing what she learns on her love- and sex-related adventures shines through her writing.

So we invited her into the studio to help us help you answer your love, sex and romance-related queries. In this podcast, we randomly drew questions from all the entries for Claudia to tackle with her expertise. The results didn't disappoint.

We also put all the entries into a draw for two Sony Readers. The lucky winners are Kathy Kaufmann and Catherine Munn. Congratulations, ladies!

The prizes don't stop there. We have two copies of How to Be a Bush Pilot up for grabs. To enter, listen to the podcast for the answer to the following question:

 

Does Claudia believe in love at first sight?

 

Send your answer to bookclub@cbc.ca. The contest closes on Friday, February 4, at midnight ET. The complete rules and regulations are here.

Good luck!

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