About Bambi Shlomovich

Shlomovich is a sexually-oriented Jewcy Sex and Relationships columnist. Her work includes advising, sypathizing and ostracizing.Her biweekly Freudian sex advice column, The Pleasure Principle with Bambi, stays loyal to the id, Jewey and otherwise. The hole in your sheet is no place for your mother's guilt to linger. Put some kink in your knishes and let's do this, bubbes. (Photo: Emma Morris)  

The Ira Glass Infatuation Post/ This American Life Review: Game Changer

By July 13, 2011

Plastics was the name of the game for Dustin Hoffman, shale is what Ira Glass has got to work with in this week’s Game Changer. Read More

Marc Chagall: Today’s Big Birthday Boy

By July 7, 2011

We confirm with Freud’s help that in Marc Chagall’s case, the nose matches the hose. Read More

The Ira Glass Infatuation Post/ This American Life Review: A House Divided

By June 29, 2011

If every cliche had the TAL treatment, it could be revived. Seemingly nonsequitor acts on the political, corporeal, and dysfunctional familial come together under the trope, “A house divided cannot stand.” Read More

The Ira Glass Infatuation Post/ This American Life Review: First Contact

By June 16, 2011

I guess I can pull a Tel Aviv tefillin-pusher move and keep on keepin on: Have you listened to TAL this week? Read More

It’s Elementary, My Dear Weiner: A Letter To Anthony From Bambi

By June 9, 2011

PS: Mazel tov on the bagel dog in the oven. Read More

The Ira Glass Infatuation Post/ This American Life Review: Infidelity

By May 25, 2011

Infidelity is a topic that we generally approach from the same perspective as Patsy Kline, determined to catch and skewer the cheating heart. But in this oldie, Ira looks at the taboo unlike most. Read More

The Pleasure Principle: Freudian Sex Advice with Bambi: Friends without Benefits

By May 20, 2011

Because sometimes you really do just want to be friends without benefits… Read More

The Ira Glass Infatuation Post/ This American Life Review: How to Create a Job

By May 18, 2011

Ira Glass and crew try and figure out how to create a job. Read More