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June 6, 1995 | JEANNINE STEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The caller to the radio show is a young woman who isn't sure if what she's feeling during sex is an orgasm. Going down the checklist in her head, Suzi Landolphi, the show's host, ticks off the numerous changes that occur in a woman's body during climax. "You're feeling all of those?" she asks. "OK, great!" The next caller is a man who wants to talk about submissive role-playing with a dominant partner. "Now what does this mean exactly?"
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June 6, 1995 | JEANNINE STEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The caller to the radio show is a young woman who isn't sure if what she's feeling during sex is an orgasm. Going down the checklist in her head, Suzi Landolphi, the show's host, ticks off the numerous changes that occur in a woman's body during climax. "You're feeling all of those?" she asks. "OK, great!" The next caller is a man who wants to talk about submissive role-playing with a dominant partner. "Now what does this mean exactly?"
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October 12, 1989 | PATRICK MOTT
Like an Italianate Dr. Ruth stuck on fast forward, Suzi Landolphi is skipping around on the lawn in front of the Cal Poly Pomona bookstore, talking sexy, flinging blue condoms into the air, having a marvelous time. "Don't you just love that word?" she says. "Don't you think it sounds Italian? Gen-i- tal -ia. It's like an Italian liqueur. Let's see, you ordered the Amaretto, you had the Galliano and yours is the . . . Genitalia, right? You want it on the rocks or straight up?"
NEWS
October 12, 1989 | PATRICK MOTT
Like an Italianate Dr. Ruth stuck on fast forward, Suzi Landolphi is skipping around on the lawn in front of the Cal Poly Pomona bookstore, talking sexy, flinging blue condoms into the air, having a marvelous time. "Don't you just love that word?" she says. "Don't you think it sounds Italian? Gen-i- tal -ia. It's like an Italian liqueur. Let's see, you ordered the Amaretto, you had the Galliano and yours is the . . . Genitalia, right? You want it on the rocks or straight up?"
NEWS
October 22, 1989
I see our institutions of higher education have taken on a new role, that of institutes of higher immorality when they invite people like Suzi Landolphi--"She's Bawdy, She's Zany, She's Pushing Safer Sex"--to teach safe sex (by Patrick Mott, Oct. 12). It is amazing that man is so preoccupied with his plans for making sex safe when God has had a perfect plan in effect for safe sex for 4,000 years. God's plan is for one man to marry one woman and that sex before or outside of marriage is wrong.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 1990 | GREG HERNANDEZ
When Cypress College student Joe Gaudio showed up at school on Thursday, he didn't expect to be sitting in front of more than 200 students with a condom pulled over his head. But that's exactly what happened to the 19-year-old freshman when he came to watch Suzi Landolphi's zany, energetic and no-holds-barred presentation on safe sex and AIDS. "It was embarrassing, but I knew it was all in the spirit of good fun," Gaudio said. "If it helped anyone, then I'm glad.
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April 17, 1997 | JUDITH MICHAELSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was probably not Yolanda Gaskins' finest hour. As the centerpiece of her 9 a.m.-noon show on KTZN-AM (710) recently, Gaskins, who is African American and a graduate of Georgetown Law School, was talking about "bad seeds"--those that produce violent children, not damaged vegetables. Inspired by a batch of get-tough bills for juvenile criminals, proposed last week by Gov. Pete Wilson, Gaskins said that she now believes some people are "just born bad, [with] no possibility of rehabilitation."
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