Jon and Elle talk about different sexual attitudes and practices in the world.
Dr Evelin Dacker owns her own practice, uses pronouns correctly, and recently quit performing circumcisions after twenty years. Meet her.
Elle introduces Jon and they talk menstrual cups, anal sex, and creepy Lyft drivers in this extra long season two premier episode.
Angie Gunn is a licensed and certified sex therapist and joins Jen and Elle for their last season 1 episode.
Elle visited two sex clubs recently and Jen learns about sexsomnia and safe urine drinking.
Adam is a trans-masculine person who probably has a wider perspective on gender than you - meet them.
Jen reflects on her family trauma and Elle shares her parenting tactics.
Meet Daphne Rose, a longtime full service Sworker who has tips for staying safe and being flexible after FOSTA/SESTA.
Industry bullying and herpes avoidance: Jen and Elle offer advice.
Money saving tips for sex workers and hustlers.
Jen accidentally wrecked her vagina for a couple of weeks, and Elle's life feels like a satire sketch.
Comedian Jenna Vesper joins us to talk about sex robots, unwanted touching, and mermaid pubic hair.
Jen lists the reasons she's done stripping after twenty years and fears her IUD might be attacking her, Elle is a hairy woman.
We meet Mistress Mona Darling and Viola Parker; the owners behind SubRosaPDX, Portland's newest kink venue.
What does the Art of War mean to a sex worker? And we check out Janet Hardy's newest book on Dominance for beginners, and talk shit on Truffle Butter.
One man who kicked heroin and wrote a novella based on it. William Perk helps us navigate convos on drugs and homelessness
Stripper hierarchies and sore pussies and coercive boyfriends and rapey protests; Jen and Elle had a busy month!
Do your self work until you die, and that means working on our fragility. Leila Haile teaches us about art and history and what it means to disrupt the white cube.
What’s in your stripper bag and what do Republicans and Democrats fantasize about?
What can we learn about life from death? We talk to a funeral director who explains compassion fatigue, and the stigma that comes with her profession.