Episodes follow host Chris Sowa around the world while he looks into geo-specific and universal sexual mores.
More than the others, this show explores a shared human experience through various cultural lenses.Although listening to one episode of this podcast might be enough—the parent-child dynamic is on the verge of being over-done—it's humor makes it one of the greats. A webcam is a video camera that feeds or streams its image in real time to or through a computer to a computer network.Then he heads out to Laramie, Wyoming to interview a former minister who's using the gay sex app Grindr, and Mumbai, India, to talk with a trans woman and sex worker named Jasmine. They're opening up, and so we open up," host Kevin Allison once said in an interview.This podcast is all about those stories—the ones that feel risky, vulnerable, and scary to tell—and each has the quality of a curated fireside tale.It's rare for a podcast to combine sexuality with religion. In the recent episode, for instance, the duo tackled a question that has long plagued women: "Can I Smoke Blunts With My Pussy?" Unlike other long-running weekly podcasts, the podcast doesn't waste time on mindless news-of-the-day chatter.But this podcast's comedic gold is buried in the unintentionally funny interactions between the two hosts as they discuss the unsexy details of having sex with multiple partners.The most amusing back-and-forths occur when Allie starts explaining why she doesn't love anal sex, or worries about BV, and John reels her in with talk about how "on fire" she was in their latest sexual encounter.A couple years later, it isn't any less uncomfortable."The other day a phone sex operator had an orgasm on the phone with us over Skype," Cam said.