If you’ve ever queefed during sex, you know it’s a pretty mortifying experience. It sounds like a fart! It’s a vagina fart! And it’s totally involuntary and everyone knows it’s from the dick pushing air into the vag and there’s just not a lot you can do to avoid it if it’s going to happen.

I’ve been there; you’ve probably been there. What do you do??

And this is just one reason why I’m glad that ‘Guys We Fucked: The Anti-Slut Shaming Podcast’ exists. This podcast is all about real discussions under the larger umbrella of sexuality in a non-intimidating, approachable, and often hilarious way.

The cohosts/standup comedy duo, Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson, answer reader emails and give advice, talk about their own sexual experiences, and interview a host of hella interesting people.

Now, I know judging by the name, it sounds like it’d be a bunch of porny conversations describing sexual encounters in explicit detail. Don’t get me wrong, that happens on the podcast, but it’s so much more than that.

So I’ve been obsessively listening to GWF for about six months now. Corinne and Krystyna have begun to feel like my BFFs, and it’s gotten hard to drive anywhere without listening to these two Jersey girls banter with each other or with their guests, so I’m lucky they put out new content every Thursday.

And if you’re reading this, there’s a chance you’ve already listened to Guys We Fucked or have at least heard of it. It currently ranks at No. 15 for most popular comedy podcasts according to Podbay. I actually just learned that recently and it kind of surprised me because, based on what I hear from the podcast, I’m pretty sure they record in their pajamas in Krystyna’s apartment. But, I shouldn’t be too surprised by their success because they did a Ted Talk in April. Also, Corinne and Krystyna have taken Guys We Fucked on tour this Summer/Fall so sometimes the podcast is recorded in front of a live audience. (PLEASE come to KC or Tulsa!)

Either way, the show tends to play out like this:

  • Corinne and Krystyna discuss their recent adventures and misadventures.
  • They do ad reads for their sponsors (they talk about the products in a really hilarious way… I never skip over the ad reads.)
  • They talk about upcoming shows and tour dates (also hilarious).
  • They read emails from their listeners and give advice. (Or they bring an audience member on stage and talk to the about their problem.)
  • They interview someone

I’m not kidding, some of the problems they’ve given advice on include:

  • How do I convince my wife to fuck me with a strap on?
  • Sex grosses me out … how can I get over that?
  • I’m the only female hockey player on my team and I’m constantly sexually harassed. How do I make this stop?

The people they’ve interviewed range from DJ Whoo Kid discussing orgies on the road to Dr. Linda Prine discussing what it was like to get an abortion in the early 1960s to NYC drag queen Jada Valenciaga discussing growing up in the Midwest to Mubin Shaikh tellling his story as an undercover agent in terrorist groups. The interviews are so engrossing, it’s really hard to tear yourself away and do anything else.

Also, I have learned so much about the complexities of sexuality listening to Guys We Fucked. I now view sexual orientation in a much more fluid way than I used to. I no longer think swingers are just sad married people who aren’t in love anymore. And I’ve really become aware of how often sexual assault happens and goes unreported. And I’ve learned a ton about the gay community.  I mean, I could go on and on about the ways GWF has opened my eyes.

Corinne originally got the idea for the podcast in 2013 after a rough breakup and a string of one night stands. After a pretty shitty night where the guy she was sleeping with called her a slut and spewed every double standard in the book at her, Corinne got the idea to create an anti-slut shaming podcast to combat those double standards. She asked Krystyna – with whom she was already part of the comedy duo ‘Sorry About Last Night’ –  if she wanted to start a podcast where they interviewed people they’d slept with … and GWF was born.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a slut, a slut shamer, or neither, Guys We Fucked is one insightful podcast and you’re bound to learn something new.

Oh, and if you queef, just make a joke about it or ignore it. It not that big of a deal.

 

 

I’ve talked to a lot of my friends about Guys We Fucked and posted about it on social media a few times and I get the same question every time: How do I listen to a podcast?

Here’s how you can find Guys We Fucked:

  1. If you have an iPhone, your phone automatically comes with a podcast app. Search and follow GWF through there.
  2. Spotify
  3. iTunes
  4. Howl
  5. Soundcloud
  6. Podbay
  7. Stitcher

Here’s how you can learn more:

Sorryaboutlastnight.com

Facebook.com/sorryaboutlastnight/

Instagram @sorryaboutlastnight

@krystynahutch

@philanthropygal

Twitter     @sryaboutlastnyt

It doesn’t matter if you’re a slut, a slut shamer, or neither, Guys We Fucked is one insightful podcast and you’re bound to learn something new.

Oh, and if you queef, just make a joke about it or ignore it. It not that big of a deal.

 

Do you know of an awesome podcast you’d like to write about for JULIE? Pitch your idea to julie.editor1@gmail.com. 

 

 

1 Comment

  1. Dude I love this podcast but I’m so tired of waiting 10 minutes through promotions and advertisements for you to get to the topic I know you have to but maybe could you like to split it up throughout the podcast or something does it all have to be done at the very beginning because I lose interest before we ever get to the topic…literally 9.3 minutes this morning

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