Adult film star turned comedian Alia Janine joins the show to help as examine: Understanding subtlety, being a leader, signs of abuse in a relationship, being direct, some Patrice stories.
It’s all about helping people today as we do some listener mail as we talk: sex positions, if it’s ok to be funny during sex, making your man an alpha, getting your chick to work out. And we get an update from comedian Andrew Collins
From Comedy Central , Fox, From Amy Schumer’s movie Train Wreck comedian Keith Robinson joins us, as well as Ayana Dookie to help us examine: Do women peruse sex and relationships the same way as men, why men become monsters, going from being bad to a good guy, Keith’s technique of “songing a bitch,” some actual pimping stories, and having regrets.
Comedian Alexis Guerreros and his wife and photographer, Dee are with us to examine: Growing up without a male figure, men and women needing each other, today’s feminism, communicating in relationship, not repressing feeling, appreciating your partner, pick times to have an argument, and getting over the sting of losing.
From Comedy Central, comedian Vic Henley is here to aid us in discussing: The expectations of a man, why do men marry, how do men fuck it all up, the tittle of boyfriend, expressing your feelings, and dealing with a history of cheating.
From The Thing Is Podcast, Shannon Lee Heyer is BACK! And this time we discuss: From The Thing Is Podcast, Shannon Lee Heyer is BACK! And this time we discuss: if men know more about women than men, the archetypes of men and women, dealing with alpha males, having the right energy, and pet peeves.
Comedian Jason Saenz is here to help us discuss: how many girls it takes to get over a break up, best way to break up with a girl, guilt as a man, and do guys need therapy?
Comedian, actor writer, tango dancer Adrián Minkowicz returns to help us discuss: Having children, is monogamy great?, how to handle a player, what is a bum bitch, are relationships more volatile in America, getting past hostility, can someone have too much experience, and moving past trauma.
Social media guru, motivational speaker and entrepreneur Great Scott joins the show to explore: Being Honest with who you are, teachable moments, the constitution of a person, does status matter?, and how women assign events to you.
We’re joined by comedian Mike Cannon and from Glasgow, Scotland Hazel McGrath. We discuss: Communications in relationships, being an experienced lover, taking responsibility, gay/lesbian relationships, knowing what men and women want, rebuilding romantic relationship and being self introspective.
Comedian Jamie Roberts stops in to help us explore: When it’s over, is cheatingemotional or physical, keeping her emotionally full, integrity amnesia, how to have an argument, and disrespectful women.
Comedian Kenney Josephs returns to help us find out: How mature you are, are you infallible, are you anticipating her needs, dealing with chicks that don’t listen, rebuilding past flames, and dealing with in-laws.
Comedian and producer Mo Fathelbab drops in to help us examine: Why all men want is peace, giving off Feminine energy, defining yourself, placating others, caring for yourself and moving on.
Comedians Eman Morgan and Mike Lemme join us as we explore: Learning from your mistakes, getting over fear, being a goofy dude, turning a no into a yes.
From people Magazine, comedian Abbi Crutchfield helps us explore: Growing as you get older, being unaffected by a woman’s crazy, the logic behind threesomes, connecting before sex, being yourself and texting too much.
From Comedy Central comedian Marina Franklin joins us to examine: Women banging young dudes, the differences that come with age, experimenting with intimacy, making big life changes and indifference vs hate.
From MTV’s Guy Code and the Brilliant Idiots podcast, Andrew Schulz and Charlamagne tha God join us to talk: If we want what we can’t have, managing craziness, raising a daughter, how to set boundaries early and If you can have some vulnerability.
Comedians Leighann Lord and Bronston Jones help us examine: Being trustworthy and decisive, the differences between men and boys, how the new generation of males look at, chicks, spending on a woman, outgrowing people, loving yourself.
Comedian Jonathan Randall is going through a break up after NINE YEARS of being faithful!. And we’re hear to help to break down what happened. Knowing you do dope shit. Knowing a woman’s memory and getting rid of the mother –in-law.
We have some technical difficulties up front, but that doesn’t stop a great episode where Last Comic Standing’s Yamaneika Saunders has a revelation for all women, and we talk being a better bitch, mixing religion with sex/dating, and how much looks matter.
From Comedy Central, comedian Nore Davis comes out to help us discuss: getting caught cheating, being an emotional dude, being raised by chicks, father and son communication and being self aware.
It’s just the family as we answer some listener mail to help people with questions about being authentic, earning respect, and passing a woman’s test.
From Montreal comedy festival, MTV comedian Karl Hess is here to help us discuss: Men Going Their Own Way, (MGTOW), do men know more about women then women?, and how intense is too intense with sex.
Comedian Josh Accardo is back and he won’t disappoint as we discuss: running trains, threesomes the best beds to have sex on, encountering resistance, and a new type submissive.
Today on the Beige Phillip Show, The crew sits down with Peggy O'Leary and Karith Foster to discuss red flags, your personal image of yourself, acting like a man, and gender roles.