Howard had author, Suzanne Portnoy, 46, in to discuss her book, "The Butcher, The Baker, The Candlestick Maker: An Erotic Memoir." Howard then set up Suzanne's story by saying she was married and living in London when she was 40, got divorced, and decided to go out and F'. Suzanne responded by saying that, at 40, she hadn't had sex with her husband in four years because of the way he laughed at her whenever she had an orgasm, which was why she chose to leave him to explore her sexuality.
After Howard noted Suzanne attended "swingers parties," she added she and a guy she knew at the time found a club that catered to the fetish and that was her first encounter with the lifestyle. Howard went on to say Suzanne also performed oral sex on strangers at "glory holes," which she described as a peep show booth with a hole in one wall that men stick their penises through. Suzanne added she usually serviced six men at a time at the glory holes, and that they could see her even though she couldn't tell what they looked like.
Suzanne also mentioned she had "double-vaginal sex," and described what positions she and her two males partners had to be in for the feat to occur. Suzanne then claimed her two children were "straight" and didn't engage in the behavior she practiced, while admitting she had sex with a stranger the same day she attended the funeral of a boyfriend who'd passed away.