Today we continue Season 3 with our series inspired by the NY times bestselling book Sex At Dawn with a fascinating discussion Indigenous sexual practices. I mean, how different could they be from Western mating rituals? As it turns out, very. From the ritualistic rape of men to teenage love huts to armpit sweat-soaked apple eating—we examine how modern-day tribal cultures get it on.
Are you one of those people pining away to unplug from your 24/7-desperate-every-man-for-themselves-survival-game? Ever fantasize about defecting to a permaculture ecovillage loaded with likeminded friends in a warm climate with a clean water source? Or are you thinking, “Fack no, I’m not sharing my vegetable garden with a bunch of gaddamn hippies!” (Insert spitting noise here.) Either way, you’re gonna love this episode of Clit Talk where we discuss boundaries, privacy, sharing resources, team breastfeeding, and the whole kit and caboodle of community living…or not.
You know how it goes. You’re so in love and so turned on by this person that you dive into a deep, bonded, steamy relationship full of giggles and snuggles and hot hot HOT SEX. And then...over time…you’re. just. not. that. interested. They lick your neck and you think “Ew, that’s wet.” Well, today our Pussy Posse takes an honest look at whether chemistry is something we can get back…or is it gone forever?
Evolutionary psychologists break down a man’s sexual methodology as thus: men offer goods and services (food, shelter, protection, status, etc.) in exchange for exclusive, relatively consistent sexual access. Instead of bat around whether this theory is true or false amongst a bunch of babes, we decided to bring in some of our favorite men to break down why they really have sex…lust, love or legacy.
Today we’re going to be discussing the historical attack on the female libido. According to the New York Times bestseller Sex At Dawn, the perspective of evolutionary psychologists is that—for women—sex is all about security, not physical pleasure. And men spend their energy impressing women with fame, status, and power to convince coy females to part with their closely guarded sexual favors. Are these evolutionary psychologists dead right, or are they just stuck in antiquated ideas?
In the second episode of our series on Sex At Dawn, we ask some of our favorite mena big question—is lifelong traditional monogamy a powerful choice based in love or just some outdated societal programming? As the author Christopher Ryan points out in his book, one of the first things to go when Agriculturalism emerged was having sex with multiple partners as an accepted practice of many tribal societies. This religion-enforced monogamy has led to rampant infidelity…
Welcome to Season 3 of Clit Talk where we return to our roots as a book club, featuring Christopher Ryan’s New York Times bestselling book Sex At Dawn. In today’s episode, we begin with bonobos and the birth of Agriculturalism. That’s right, apes People. It turns out that human DNA differs from that of bonobos by only 1.6%. Sex At Dawn lays out the theory that before Agriculturalism, human tribes behaved just like our close cousins—living in interwoven communities and sharing everything from food to land to sexual partners.
Women want to think of our pussies as a place of pleasure, love, and divine creation, yet many women in the world experience theirs as place of trauma—be it through sexual violence or disease. Once a woman’s pussy has been traumatized, how does she come back from it? Well, we’re here in the studio today with a woman who has done exactly that…with style and with humor. Tune in for the wisdom and wisecracks of creator and star of The Nanny—the one and only Fran F’ing Drescher!
If you missed the Oscars this year, you may not know that a film telling a story about the creation of a period pad machine in rural India won Best Documentary. Yes, that’s right, a documentary on menstruation won A FUCKING OSCAR. And the miracle behind this miracle? The film was birthed by a group of middle schoolers. Today in the studio, we have three of the co-founders of The Pad Project, who along with their teacher and several other students, won the Oscar for the revolutionary film Period. End of Sentence.
We love the shit out of our fans…and today’s episode is inspired by questions from our beloved Clitterati. From truffle butter to 7-year-olds on diets to Nurse Katie’s all too real definition of “poopsicle,” we look at what it takes to get beyond our own hangups to experience authentic confidence in our own bodies. Whether you are a man or a woman, listening to this may liberate you to the next level.
Ever had a partner who was really not into sex? Ever been indifferent or even repulsed by the thought of sex yourself? For some, this is a passing phase and for some it’s simply their sexual orientation. In fact, as the term LGBT has been expanding letter by letter and is now known in its glorious totality as “LGBTQIA,” the A in which stand for—yep, you guessed it—Asexuality! We brought British lingerie model and asexuality activist Yasmin Benoit into the studio to enlighten us on being “ace” and boy, did she ever!
Every pussy has a story to tell, and today the cast of Clit Talk went to a place called Pussy Church to hear they had to say. Our priestess-in-residence was the one and only Sierra Sullivan aka The Pussy Oracle. Much like palm reading, The Pussy Oracle reads pussies by their folds, colors, and skin tones to discover the hidden wisdom within and translate that to the women lying spread eagle before her.
Ever heard of a dick vid? How bout a #pelfie? Penis rupture? What on earth did Nurse Katie do to that zucchini?! Our man fans inspired one of the most hilarious episodes of Clit Talk ever as we answer questions from our cock-bearing Clitterati.
Whether you love smoking herb or can’t stand the stuff, you’re gonna wanna hear what Dr. Uma has to say on treating disease with cannabis. Dr. Uma Dhanabalad is a Harvard-trained primary care physician and one of about 45 doctors in the US to be certified as a Cannabinoid Medicine Specialist. In this episode, she breaks down how cannabis can be used effectively for all kinds of sexually-related issues from reproductive cancers to intimacy issues, sexual trauma, and vaginal dryness.
Having a hard time getting over a recent heartbreak? You’re not alone. We’ve ALL been there and Courtney—another member of our dear Clitterati—asked us on what the first steps are that she can take to get her pussy power back after a break-up. So here we go—another Clit Talk Fan Q & A!!!
In much of the world, we have this taboo around talking about sex with teens—especially how to have good sex. This social stigma stops these conversations from happening, which has had a negative effect on young adults and our society as a whole. That’s why today, we are so excited to have Gia Lynne in the studio, a woman who has taken on this brave and edgy conversation in her book On Blossoming. Gia offers teens and their parents an evolutionary sex ed that includes—dun, dun, dun…pleasure!
Today is our 1 year anniversary! And we are celebrating by looking at our greatest triumphs this year in the bedroom…from coming out of the closet to coming so hard we squirted for the very first time to blowing our financial goals out of the water to falling in love with each other and getting pregnant at a sex party. Wait! Who got pregnant at the sex party?! And which cast members fell in love with each other?! You’re about to find out…
Excitement. Jealousy. Nausea. That's right, we're talking about threesomes. To do or not to do, that is the question. How do you have the hottest sexual experience of your life without it ending with at least one person in tears? Thanks to a most beloved member of the Cliterrati for emailing us this juicy paradox to sort through on the show--this one's for you B.T.!
Does your sphincter tighten up with anxiety at the mere mention of anal sex? Well, boys and girls, do we have a special release for you today! In the studio with us, we have world famous anal sexpert and porn superstar Riley Reyes, who is here to demystify anal sex for the faint of heart and elevate the act to a whole new level for longtime veterans of doin’ it in the butt. Welcome to Riley Reyes Dojo of Anal Pleasure!
Body shaming is a massive topic and, after last week’s episode, we realized we had just gotten started. So we’re back in the studio with Marla Mervis-Hartmann—body image expert, tantra teacher, and coach and creator of Love Your Body Love Yourself—to be laser coached from the dark side of our body shame back to the light of self-love.
Body shame. Whether it’s yours or your partners, it can really take the wind out of your sex life. Weight, shape, color, texture…why do we obsess over our bodies and how do we heal it? Marla Mervis-Hartmann is a body image expert, tantra teacher, TED speaker, and coach and creator of Love Your Body Love Yourself, and she is in the studio with us today to shed some light on the murky world of body shame.
Sex Coach Kat Trimarco has dedicated her practice to helping people let go of guilt and shame so they can take powerful ownership of what they want and need—in the bedroom and in life. In this episode, we discuss everything from what a sex coach does in session to sexological bodyworkers to the sounds we make in bed and awkward sex coaching moments. AND we learn how a woman can actually flirt in public with her pussy. So there's that.
Lacey Haynes, a yoga teacher and intuitive who free-birthed her own child and now teaches pussy gazing workshops to women all over the world…including the cast of Clit Talk! Lindsey, Katie and Sugar all dove right in to the depths of their own pussies and are in the studio to report back on what they discovered. AND one of the pussy posse is PREGNANT—find out who on today’s episode of Clit Talk!
Get a glimpse into what it takes to be a real-life superhero with the one and only Hannah Mermaid! Tuna in as we explore mermaid sex, mermaid school, being inside a 400-strong dolphin orgy, and ocean puns galore with the first full-time professional mermaid in the world. It’s truly finomenal!
Non-monogamy is a term that covers any sexual lifestyle that is not a monogamous one—swinging, polyamory, wifeswapping, cuckholding, group sex parties, and even some forms of BDSM. One of favorite experts is back in the studio today to break down how she and her husband created a thriving marriage with well-adjusted children inside of a non-monogamous relationship—the one and only Dr. Laurie!
Period sex—ewwww or ahhhhhh? For some women, it’s the unsexiest time of the time of the month. For others, it’s the hottest time and a total dealbreaker if their partner’s not into it. On this episode we deep dive into all that and more—can a woman get pregnant during her period, can menstrual blood be used for magic, what do you do about oral sex, and how exactly do keep all that blood from getting on the bed?
Is it really possible to love more than one person at a time? What sets polyamory apart from polygamy and the swinger lifestyle? What rules are involved? Is it possible to avoid heartbreak? Do the benefits outweigh the challenges? How do you deal with all the J-E-A-L-O-U-S-Y? Find out on this episode of Clit Talk! We weigh the benefits and challenges with brilliant sex therapist, Dr. Cat Meyer.
Sweat, schmegma, semen, blood, poo (ew!), and body parts of all shapes and sizes…sex is rife with opportunities for things to go wrong. Well, get ready y’all, cuz the Clit Crew is about to tell all on this episode of Sex Bloopers. From high school days to just yesterday, we boldly, bravely confess our very most humiliating moments in the sack EVER. Buckle up Clitterati, we’ve got some real doozies in here!
Ever had a sexually transmitted disease? Scared shitless of getting one? Have no idea how to talk about it with your next sexual partner? Do you wonder how you can have a pleasure-filled sex life with this diagnosis? If you answered YES to any of these questions, listen up!