Sex After Having Kids: An Urban Legend?
Karley talks to comedian Nicole Blaine about quarantining with her husband, two kids and unraveling mother, and still finding time for blow jobs. Also, allegedly, sex can get better even after having kids.Watch Nicole’s stand up special on Amazon.
21 May 2020
What’s Up (Or Down) With Your Coronalibido?
Karley talks with Dr. Justin Lehmiller, a social psychologist and Research Fellow at The Kinsey Institute, who’s studying how the pandemic is affecting people’s sex lives and relationships. They discuss the impact of the crisis on the frequency and quality of our sex lives, the benefits of sexual novely, and the rise of Coronavirus porn (lol).Dr. Lehmiller is author of the blog Sex and Psychology, as well as the popular book Tell Me What You Want: The Science of Sexual Desire and How It Can Help You Improve Your Sex Life.
14 May 2020
Is Domesticity the Death of Eroticism?
Karley speaks with her friend Ryan O'Connell, creator and star of Special on Netflix. The two talk domesticity and quarantine sex. Ryan discusses how his boyfriend has taken on the new role of helping manage Ryan’s changing needs—specifically in terms of his cerebral palsy—during quarantine. And Karley discusses her newfound cooking journey, as well as her complicated relationship with food.
7 May 2020
Is It Worth the Risk?
While there has clearly always been an ethical component to dating, suddenly, deciding whether to makeout with someone could have apocalyptic consequences--literally. In this episode, Karley speaks with two people who are currently dating about the new morality of intimacy, and whether it’s possible to be an ethical slut during a pandemic.
28 May 2020
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Zoom Sex Parties and Long-Distance Quarantine
Karley speaks with people who are digitizing their romantic lives during quarantine. Daniel Saynt, founder of the sex-positive club NSFW, fills us in on his international, virtual sex parties. Karley also talks with Nicole and Bobby, a long-distance couple whose unfortunate circumstances mean they have to quarantine apart -- indefinitely.
5 May 2020