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“Five times a week.” Pilenza, 28, has no training in sex ed or psychology (her degree is in journalism), but she gets people to open up.“Sex is something everybody does, and sometimes people are embarrassed to talk about it,” she says at 101.5’s Trenton studio.She says she’s always been at ease talking about personal subjects, something her mother, Janyce, confirms.“And she always has the last word,” Janyce points out.

The show, which airs Monday through Thursday from 7 to 11 pm on New Jersey 101.5, tends to get racier with each hour.But sometimes you’ve gotta take care of things yourself, you know? But if my husband came to me and said, “Michele, I want to have sex with other women, what do you think about that?” I’d be like, “Okay, I think we’re going to get a divorce.” Because I would be so jealous, I would be a crazy person.“But every so often callers do say some crazy things that will catch you off guard, even when you think you have heard it all.” His top shocker (which did air): A caller said his girlfriend’s twenty-year-old daughter walked in on them while they were having sex—then joined them.“I think people have always been kinky and crazy,” Pilenza says, “but we’re becoming more comfortable talking about it.” Well, yes, if there’s anonymity. Swendeman admits his love life has suffered since he started at After Hours a few months ago.

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