Fresh Air, your mom’s favorite late night talk show (in bed by 4PM, no BUTS), has been censored in Mississippi. Because of an interview with Louis C.K. From Jewcy:
Terry Gross is a little too risque for Mississippi Public Radio. According to a statement issued by director Dr. Judith Lewis:
“Too often Fresh Air’s interviews include gratuitous discussions on issues of an explicit sexual nature. We believe that most of these discussions do not contribute to or meaningfully enhance serious-minded public discourse on sexual issues. Our listeners who wish to hear Fresh Air may find it online.”
Haha, yeah. TOO OFTEN is right. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve turned on Fresh Air only to hear Seymour Hersch talking about raw-dogging it. There was also that time that that young journalist who was imprisoned in Iran described her favorite position (HINT: it is very gross and very sex.) Here is the portion of the interview with Louis C.K. that burned up all the ears down there:
Louis CK: But if I’m with a woman and she wants to be with me, she must like me. I definitely have sex with my T-shirt on, always. I haven’t had sex without a shirt on, God, since I was about 23.
Terry Gross: Is that true?
LCK: Yeah, I just don’t think that’s fair. I mean, you know, let her think she’s with somebody decent, you know? … I do have sex sometimes on the show, and there’s a rule that I have to be on my back.
TG: Why, because your stomach flattens?
LCK: Well, no, God, no. I’m not laying back in that bed thinking, “I look awesome right now.” It’s because I think I should always be the victim of the sex. I don’t think anyone wants to see me looming over her. I think that’s an upsetting image. And then also, the mother-dog stomach that I get when I’m … you get the point.
Personally, I think they should put Terry Gross in jail for what she has done. And Louis C.K. should have to register as a sex offender. Because life is precious, and God, and the Bible. (Thanks for the tip, Nick and Shoogyboomz.)