A poster for SlutWalk San Francisco where someone has responded with comments like “don’t go, we need sluts,” which is exactly why we need a damn SlutWalk. (Taken with Instagram)
Life Beyond College Radio
By Cassie Becker
Mehgan Bowers settles herself in front of her suspended microphone, soundboard and monitor, her smooth cocoa skin bathed in a mixture of yellow fluorescent and computer monitor lighting, and begins to slip into character. In the final moments before the show penetrates its listeners’ eardrums, Bowers narrows her enticingly outlined brown eyes so that they smolder and seduce all at once. Like an evil temptress looking to get into your pants, a slightly wicked smirk graces her lips. She’s prepared to be naughty. Bowers arches her back slightly to make her ample breasts and booty draw the attention of anyone who would walk into the room. The transformation is complete. All the while, a woman’s soulful voice croons a disclaimer to warn unprepared listeners of the impending intercourse that they have stumbled upon a zone only for open minded and sexually curious adults 18 years of age and older. Bowers’ physical expressions meld with her voice and travel through the radio waves so that by the time Erotic City Radio’s warning ends, Lady Sapphire’s listeners feel the raunchy, steamy sex dripping from her voice as she welcomes them to another delicious Friday night. With a low, sultry tone, Sapphire’s voice coats listeners like a vocal lube, preparing them for the coming auditory intercourse. In the KSFS studio, Sexology 101 has begun.
“You are listening to the young, sexy, crazy and not so cool - ‘cause it’s hot up in this studio tonight - you are listening to Erotic City Radio. I’m your girl Sapphire. Let me me say that it is a full studio with a lot of fine looking women tonight of all different colors, all different shades, all different flavors, and I’m lovin’ it.”
- Super Strokers: Batteries Not Included, 10/14/11