New York Magazine’s Sex Lives: How Do You Know It’s Real?

Sometimes, love is a private feeling between two people. Other times, it’s a declaration from the rooftops, a wedding announcement, or a public kiss. For the last three years, Andrea Silenzi has been broadcasting her love life — and disasters — on her podcast Why Oh Why. She recorded her first date with her most recent boyfriend, as well as their fights and their heartbreaking split. But she also blurs the truth — taking a cue from inspired-by-life novelists, she blends fact with fiction and invites actors to interact with real-life guests. Silenzi discusses honesty, deception, memoir, heartbreak, and why Donald Trump ruined her orgasms. Meanwhile, host Maureen O’Connor argues that sexual truthfulness is extra important post-Trump. Call 646-494-3590 to weigh in.

New York Magazine’s Sex Lives: How Do You Know It’s Real?