Dan Soder found Minka Kelly on Raya, a celebrity dating app. “She’s the gold standard of a woman, to me.” Was it a match? Listen to find out, or find one of the several fake news biography pages written about Soder in the depths of Google. The Guy Code comedian joined me to discuss the exclusive dating app Raya as well as dating, love, and comedy. It’s the most non-funny, serious discussion of love from 2 funny people you’ll ever hear.
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Happy Valentine’s Day, whores! This week’s episode explores life’s oldest emotion: Love. And who better to hear from than the women who wouldn’t love me! Thank you to all of the women who made the monstrous mistake of making out with me many moons ago for taking the time to record once again.
Tikva Wolf, a.k.a. Kimchi Cuddles, is a mega-talented cartoonist. Her first book Ask Me About Polyamory is an accessible collection of her comics about polyamory, queer issues, and gender. She’s a relationship anarchist who will tell you how she started with poly and ended up bucking the identity politics attached to it. “There’s very few bombs involved in relationship anarchy.” Notice she didn’t say no bombs…ALSO: I advise a couple on how to better enjoy their local sketchy sex party!
Everyone wants to feel sexy. I was totally the dummy who mocked lingerie saying, “What’s the point if we’re going to take it all off anyway?” I used to think lingerie was an annoyance—unnecessary, expensive steps in the way of the goal. But ladies, I understand now! It’s not for me to see you as sexy. You wear it to feel sexy.
Andrea Allan has a particular set of skills. Well, one skill: kicking dicks! Comedian, podcaster, and former flame Andrea Allan returns for her third Manwhore Podcast appearance to talk crotch shots, love, and the art of eye-fucking. It’s a hilarious episode from one of my favorite guests! ALSO: a man’s right to abortion?
A listener emailed me recently doing that thing feminists hate: playing Devil’s Advocate about a topic he doesn’t fully understand. He asked me why men have “no rights” from conception, through a pregnancy, to birth or termination. The tone was as nonchalant as if he proposed “interesting” exceptions to the tax code. He proceeded to propose scenarios and solutions, such as when the woman wants to have the baby and the man does not. To which, his solution was letting the father sign away his rights to his child in the same window of time she has to terminate the pregnancy—a responsibility abortion, if you will.
His issue, in summary, was that “the female has 100% control over that child and the decisions around it.” The following is my response to his philosophical “dilemma”: !
Comedian Miguel Dalmau fell in love with a stripper. This is no T-Pain song. My good friend shares his tale from skeezeball, to husband, to cheater, to divorced dad. Justifying his previous infidelity: “For once, it was somebody who wasn’t bringing me down, who wasn’t calling me stupid.” Cheating isn’t simple. Let Miguel Dalmau tell you why. ALSO: Professional dominatrix Lady Zombie returns to dish on coming back to sex worth after a pregnancy!
Jillian Keenan, author of Sex with Shakespeare, talks much ado about pain, but more with love. Keenan’s book explores her spanking fetish through Shakespearean hallucinations. But love is at the core of her memoir. “Love is the process of falling in love over and over again.” For an episode that discusses bare bottoms and bruises, it’s a beautiful conversation about humanity’s oldest emotion. Also: I read a piece I wrote titled The Specter of Someone Else and try not to vomit.
Claire is a fan who visited me in New York with one misguided goal: to have sex with Billy Procida. So now she, like many others, have found out how lackluster that can be! Very much enjoyed catching up with Claire—a soon-to-be medical professional—who explains why it’s awkward to sleep with doctors and how birth control works. Turns out I am a massive idiot when it comes to the female body. ALSO: comedian Jenny Young makes an appearance to discuss her struggle with sex addiction!