Dr. Bob and Dr. Steve Have a Three-Way
By Bob Frascino, M.D.
August 23, 2010
OK, so I'm scanning my e-mail messages on Friday and come across one entitled "HIV News & Views: Dr. Steve & Dr. Bob's Magnetic Marriage ..." So I decided to double click and see whassup.
The link brings me to a pic of the devastatingly handsome Dr. Steve smiling back at me. Immediately I hear Streisand's voice in my head wailing, "Oh my man I love him so, he'll never know ..." The link is a transcript of a recent podcast of Dr. Steve discussing the "secrets" of our successful magnetic relationship. Steve mentioned he had given the interview but I hadn't had the chance to see it yet. I don't routinely read Steve's work on TheBody.com, because I don't habla español.
The introduction to the article cites Steve as one half of the most famous "magnetic couple" on TheBody.com. Since I'm fairly sure we are also the only magnetic couple working on the site, I'm sure we can agree the bar for "most famous" was not really, really high. Moving on I noticed the introduction mentions that I am known for my "missives on the kind of 'toe-curling, own-name-forgetting, wake-the-neighbors' sex life that Steve and I enjoy"! WOWZA! I don't think I've ever had an introduction quite as graphic as that. So I thought I better read exactly what secrets my lawfully wedded hubby had revealed!
For those of you who also may be interested, take a look at the podcast transcript. And for those of you wondering about the three-way that was mentioned in the title of this blogette, it has to do with an elephant and is explained in Steve's podcast.
Life, Love, Sex, HIV and Other Unscheduled Events
Bob Frascino, M.D., was President and Founder of The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation. He had been an outspoken, popular expert in TheBody.com's "Ask the Experts" forums on safe sex and fatigue/anemia since 2000. Once a Fellow of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, and the American Academy of Pediatrics, Dr. Frascino served as Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, Division of Immunology, Rheumatology, and Allergy, at Stanford University Medical Center from 1983 until 2001. He was a member of the American Academy of HIV Medicine and had also been a distinguished member of the executive boards of numerous state and regional associations.
We're inexpressibly saddened to share the news that Dr. Frascino passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011. Click here to read more and to share your thoughts.
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