We discuss Terrible Tinder stories, group sex etiquette, ultimatums vs Ultimate decisions, and making a grill squirt. All that with comedians Comedians are here.
Rapper Rah-C is here as we explore: Dante’s Hip-hop, the importance of your value, not being thirsty being authentic and being goofy.
From the Guy’s We Fucked Podcast it’s Corrine Fisher, here as we discuss: Feminism, rape fantasy, hitting on a person in a relationship, planning dates, and being reasonable.
Comedian Steve Loftus is here as we discuss: fighting with girls, break ups, being supportive, getting too comfortable, sexual positions, making a chick crazy about making sacrifices.
The author of "Sex at Dawn," is finally in the pimp cup as Christopher Ryan is here to discuss: the primal urges of sex, the paradigms of sex, Fetishes, sex myths, instinctual struggles, feminism and so much more.
Writer, and Podcaster Cindy Rodríguez is here as we discuss: What Harry was like in High school, machismo men, sabotaging yourself, doing the five steps, getting too comfortable, and sexual positions.
Angela Yee from the Breakfast club and lip service, and from Love and Hip Hop Lore’l, are here as we discuss: Being manly, doing stuff for your partners, Insecure men, cheaters, crying.
Comedian Jared Freid is back, as we discuss: Getting set up on dates, how to use dating apps, girls who make you work for it, and how to be dirty.
From Comedy Central Comedian Brendan Eye is here as we discuss: watching your girl cheat on you, women appreciating your love, keeping the spark going, and overcoming your insecurities.
From Bobby Kelly’s YKWD podcast Lauren Kubera and Scopo are here as we discuss: What turns women off, getting too comfortable, taking responsibility for your relationship, dick size, and defending your women.
Comedians Frank Liotti and Clark Jones are here as we discuss: Homosexual relationships, running red lights, spitting, aggressive sex, male and female friendships, being credible, and internet dating.
Comedians Simeon Goodson and Matt Pavich (MTV Joking Off) are here as we discuss: Life in Abu Dabbi, different sex cultures, mental illness, and breaking up.
Comedians Paul Schissler and Lindsay Boling are here as we discuss: Celibacy, lesbianism, religion, and guy code.
From Oxygen and TBS Just for Laughs, comedian Ester Steinberg is here as we discuss: Female orgasms, sex advice for chicks, why we cheat, paying attention to body language during sex, and good sex.
From the Headless women of Hollywood blog, Marcia Belsky is here and so is MTV and Comedy Central comedian Noah Gardenswartz , as we discuss: Feminism, selling sex, transgendered people, insecurity, texting.
From MTV’s lady-like, comedian Blair Socci is here to help us explore: Fun people, break ups, being self introspective, stalkers, blue balls, not jerking off, soft dicks, and parenting.
Comedian and radio personality Myka Fox is here and we get into it as we discuss: Misogyny, rape, alpha chicks, open relationships, and women bringing up old flames.
Comedian’s Chris Milner and Andrew Collins are here and we go deep as we discuss: An update on the internet haters, engagement for green cards, being a divorced parent, how to break up, and needy men.
Comedian James Goff is back! And shot’s are fires !!!! We answer some hater ass bitches, the New beige Phillip App, what is $2.00, being willing to leave, MIGTOW’s and getting tested.
From Last Comic Standing and Funny Girls, the hysterical Yamaneika Saunders is hear to talk about: Self esteem, putting people on a pedestal, understanding your value.
From Sirius radio, comedian Paul Spratt is here, to help us examine: Building yourself up, men and women’s genes, and being the sideman in a threesome.
From MTV’s joking off, comedian Matt Richards is here as we discuss: Young heart break, getting over a break up, NY and LA women, body language, alpha chicks, and tantric sex.
Just the family as we answer some listener mail with a lot oftopics including: Starting kids on the Beige Phillip Program, old loves, and blacking out.
From MTV and The Today show, comedian Lance Weiss his here as wetalk: Taking a break from women, time commitment in arelationships, being in the present moment, planning life ahead,calling it quits, and Beyonce’s Lemonade.