Kathy Shaidle talks to Ed Driscoll about her new book

First off, a special thanks to all of Arnie’s readers who’ve purchased my new e-book Confessions of a Failed Slut.

(PS: The book is available in other e-book formats, and free apps from Amazon let you read it on any device, from a desktop to a smartphone.)

Ed Driscoll and I talked about the book last week.

You can listen to the audio and/or read the transcript…

During our 29-minute interview, Kathy will explore:

● How the Love Boat, that weekly video voyage of the Hollywood damned, caused Kathy to begin seeing the world “though a Gen-X filter of self-defensive snark.”

● Why Glenn Close’s character in Fatal Attraction is “one of the most misunderstood females on film.”

● Why today’s women in rock and pop make the first generation of women in punk rock seem positively chaste by comparison.

● How TV’s Dr. Phil caused a Twitter storm when his show tweeted, “If a girl is drunk, is it OK to have sex with her?”

● In a pop culture obsessed with sex, why does it seem like the male metrosexual is so…asexual?

● Just because you’re paranoid, doesn’t mean somebody of the opposite sex isn’t out to meet you: Going undercover in the 9/11-“Truther”-themed InfoWars Internet dating site.

● How to break free of the Nanny State’s crushing group hug.