Comedian Will Miles is a modern man. He pays for his porn; he respects politically correct vocabulary; and he hosts a podcast with his girlfriend optimistically titled Hopefully We Don’t Break Up! For a year and a half they’ve stayed together to talk about dating and relationships. It’s like this podcast if someone had been willing to love me back!
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!
Ralph Sutton is my Manwhore Ghost of Christmas Future! The SDR Show co-host joins me for a rocking Manwhore Podcast. We compare and contrast experiences of dating the modern women of 2016. Feminism: what a concept!
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TotalFratMove.com’s Jared Freid tells Manwhore Podcast listeners to “be the Captain.” Freid, also known as JTrain, talks about hooking up, dating apps, and confidence on this week’s total dudecast. This episode has some stellar advice for all unsure daters. Get in here and listen!
Jane Ward just legitimized “No homo,” the excuse for any masculine straight dude who wishes to cup his buddy’s balls. Her new book Not Gay: Sex Between Straight White Men is a fascinating study of why heterosexual (white) men who have homosexual encounters don’t identify as gay. Lost? Then let her explain it on a very homoerotic Manwhore Podcast!
Asexuals are slowly becoming more and more mainstream in today’s social conversation. The asexuality umbrella includes labels like demisexual, graysexual, aromantic and more. My guest Bauer runs an asexual meet-up group called Aces NYC. We discussed being asexual, demisexuallity and what labels really mean. This one is not for the easily-offended Social Justice Warriors, but a fantastic episode!