We spoke to Beth, a bisexual woman, and Jon, a bisexual man about their experiences being switch-hitters in a world that doesn't make much of an effort to understand them.
We talked to one of the guys who cranks out erotic fiction by the truckload for sale on Amazon, making a nice living in the process. This is what we learned.
It's not up to us to say whether something is or isn't art ... unless of course you're talking about the following projects.
We spoke to Pam and Angela, who told us some bizarre things they learned running a 7-11 for people's junk.
Does the prospect of rampant lawyerin' from major industry players do anything to deter entrepreneurial sex toy makers from using the likenesses of pop culture characters we all know and love? Evidently not.
Sometimes, the more you have to imagine, the better.
In some cultures, it's a rite of passage.
Certainly fictional characters have sex. Maybe just not that gross kind the Internet conjures up.
Diem Phu Nu was a Ho Chi Minh City moped prostitute. A moped is the third most hilarious vehicle for a prostitute to use, behind a jetpack and the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile.
These fallacies have shown up on screen so often, people have started thinking those bizarre little porn tropes are what sex is.