EP50: Get things back up again

Amazon Women on the Moon’s theme song and the story of America’s Most Wanted serial killer, the notorious “Pumpkin Head,” paint a perfect picture of this military brat’s sordid past. Hear his story of how a childhood spent roughed up by his brothers and awkwardly close to his mother made him too insecure to realize…

EP49: Different Lives

My mustachioed guest Colton and his brother Brock joined me in a warm and lighthearted conversation about what it was like to go to school in England, dating feisty Italian women, haggling on the fringe in Singapore, and why Putin is sexy, but only in Russian…

EP48: I was well on my way

If you want a little backstory on our guest Benji than listen to the song “She Bangs” by Ricky Martin, and that’s all you need to know. From fitting condoms on bananas to turning down oral at the grocery store, this episode is as sweet as ice-cream being eaten out of your ass, and as raunchy as vomit down your back when you’re going down…

EP47: Daughter of Babylon

Wish you never had to go to school? Well maybe you’ll be raised by independent fundamentalist baptists in your next life. Eve discusses her life long struggle with the shame brought on by religion, sexual watermelons, how having a penis would have helped her become a drummer, and the fun she and her lover have keeping score on their rare days off.

EP46: I like the way this guy smells

If you are the swarthy type of guy then our bejeweled guest might imagine you without any arms or legs when he sizes you up. If you’re a lady, he might just enjoy your hair. This only child explains why he has no use for a gold star, the connection he made between women and bowling balls, and why making pals at P.A.L.S. electrified his toes.

EP45: Blowjobs are a handshake

The great laugh on this wonderful man says more than words will ever capture. Ceaser is a truly gentle two-spirited soul, warm and welcoming, and as perverted as you dare to imagine.. You don’t have to though, because he is open about his experiences cruising the woods, running from diapered men on the beach in Delaware, and breaking down the stigma of one of the most notorious diseases of all time.

EP44: “Oh, THAT Mother…”

Evolving from a young carny into the therapist/counselor she is today was no walk in the park for our guest. Charmagne tells us how she lost her virginity to marijuana, $1.50 pony rides, and eventually finding out that her parents weren’t actually her parents at all…

EP43: Cock Tale Party #3 (Bone-crushingly lonely)

PDX cock-tale mixer with Adam Pasi, Chad Opitz, Chris Conatser, and Jeff Zamaria at the Bagdad Theater. The movie heard playing in the background sets the tone for revealing revelations of sex workers, mint chocolate seductions, heads lost sniffing glue, crying after blowjobs, and stories so over the top we were eventually asked to leave…

EP42: Putting worms on each other

Who has time to bother with what’s going on with your hair when you are busy riding bikes and playing in the mud? All the girls wearing bras in gym class seemed silly to Verronica,  until the fateful day came when even the golden child needed the support. Men and women are all worthy of…

EP41: Were you a boy who became a girl?

This podcast plays like a Tom Robbins audio book. A trouble maker, fitted in thrift retro polyester, and complete with Lisa Loeb glasses, young Zaeli had posters of her face plastered around her boarding school to warn the other students. She laments her time spent with Joseph Smith, explains why she’s a lipstick non-binary pagan, and how she has a tendency to suck the femininity out of the room.

EP40: Wanna help me dry?

What do three comedians in a room full of clown paintings have in common? We all love talking about sex! Belinda Carroll and I interview Joann Schinderle about untimely masturbation, unsolicited dick pics, why AIDS isn’t great pillow talk, and how shame wasn’t even on this CIS white girl’s radar.

EP39: Okay with being okay

Sometimes you can have hypochondria, a panic disorder, PTSD, throw your step-father in prison when you are 23 years old, suffer from trauma anxiety, and not have the ability to have a glass of wine or toke of weed to get away from it all… and still be alright. Everybody fall in love with Audrey like we did.