SEX, DRUGS, & ROCK’N’ROLL feat. Bebe Buell & Pamela Des Barres
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This week on The Sex Ed podcast, we're celebrating our 50th episode with an homage to Sex, Drugs & Rock'n'Roll of the 60s and 70s with legends Bebe Buell and Pamela Des Barres.  Pamela Des Barres and Bebe Buell are icons who have written groundbreaking, NY Times bestselling memoirs about their wild times loving and leaving some of the biggest rock stars of their day. Liz spoke with Bebe & Pamela about double standards, STDs, "free love" and the innocence of days gone by. Here's to a summer of love and revolution! Be sure to follow us on IG @TheSexEd and visit for more! 
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