I don't know how many of you now about the show Sex with Sue. It's basically an old lady answering people's questions. It's pretty good, especially if you don't know much, but it's disturbing when she describes how to give a blowjob.
I think that generally, she's pretty knowledgeable but I have a problem with her response to the following scenario. On at least 3 occasions I've heard women call-in saying that after sex, urination is sometimes difficult and painful. Every time, Sue says that it's a urinary tract infection and every time, the woman says that it's not because it only happens during the first urination after sex. Sue is then dumbfounded and says there is no reason for that to happen other than a urinary tract infection.
I feel for these women! I get the same thing, after great sex and I'm pretty sure that it has to do with swelling in the area and possibly a little shmutz getting pushed into the urethra. My beef with Sue is that if a multitude of women are calling her with the same question, and every time she tells them that their symptoms make no sense, she should do a little research on the matter so she can give them some better advice.