New SexTalkRadio Internet Shows Challenge Collegiate Sexual Beliefs, Behaviors

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When it comes to sex, it's never too late to start making smart choices. The new Internet radio station and information-rich website, http://www.SexTalkRadio.org, focuses on sex, love, and relationships.

You've heard of News Talk Radio. You've heard of Sports Talk Radio. Now get ready for Sex Talk Radio. SexTalkRadio (http://www.SexTalkRadio.org) is heating up the Internet with an information-rich website and a slate of new call-in Internet radio talk shows targeting the college crowd – a demographic that needs all the help it can get when it comes to sex, love, and relationships.

As someone on the lecture circuit who regularly speaks to college crowds, SexTalkRadio Founder Mike Goss is concerned that the choices college students make in the relationship arena can undermine their educational and career successes. "A miserable marriage, a loveless marriage, a divorce, an out-of-wedlock birth, or a lifetime sexually transmitted disease are all things that can and will diminish the value of their hard-earned accomplishments," Goss said.    

He continued, "College students are at a stage where they're making key decisions that will determine the outcome of their lives for decades to come and possibly forever." That's why two of SexTalkRadio's four call-in shows are designed specifically for college-age audiences. "Sunday Night Live," which airs from 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. CDT, features Goss and a female collegiate co-host and tackles topics such as, "The Key to Incredible Sex – Found in, of All Places, the Bible." "Relationship Tuesdays with Dr. K.," a show that occupies the same time slot on Tuesdays, also reaches out to the college crowd but features a relationship counselor co-host who can parry callers' questions.

But from being a high-minded lecture, SexTalkRadio's broadcasts are infused with fun, compassion, and good-natured give and take. "I try to take these heavy subjects and add a touch of humor in order to deliver what sometimes amounts to very hard truths," said Goss. "I believe my enthusiasm, energy, and entertaining style will open listeners' ears and hearts to my message." And, what is Goss' ultimate message? "From my counseling experience, it is my sincere belief that the majority of people die and go to an empty grave while never experiencing the love and companionship they so desperately want. I want to help change that."

Goss speaks from personal experience as well. As a former sex addict, Goss' approach is authentic and down to earth. "I'm not talking theory here, or about something I've read in a book," Goss said. "Unfortunately, I have first hand knowledge of the devastation poor sexual choices can bring." Goss' background lays the foundation for the other two programs on SexTalkRadio, Saturday night's "Breaking Free," to help people struggling with pornography and sex addictions, and Friday's "Relationship Fridays with Dr. K.," for more mature adults' relationship issues.

Ultimately, through SexTalkRadio's groundbreaking call-in shows are meant to challenge listeners to become conscious of their behavior and the impact it has on their lives. "When it comes to sex, it's never too late to start making smart choices," concluded Goss.

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