Welcome to the world of horny podcasts

Welcome to the world of horny podcasts

Curated via Twitter from Mashable’s twitter account….

Why it’s great: Phoebe Judge’s dulcet tones are probably best known for hosting Criminal, a true-crime interview podcast that tells unexpected and personal stories around criminality (which we covered in our Best True Crime Podcasts of All Time roundup).

Per a Salty World interview: "Sam is a ‘Black, polyamorous, feminist hoe living in New York City;’ Akua is a cisgender, heterosexual intersectional feminist who ‘specializes in all things mental health and all things carefree black girl’; Rebecca, a ‘fat, Black pansexual whose life is a series of coincidences that somehow landed her here’; and Rob, a ‘pansexual agender feminist with a fatty. ‘" Everyone can learn something vital through the topics covered, whether it’s new relationship energy, hypersexuality, fatphobia, ethical non-monogamy, or the impacts of racism on sex and motherhood.

Why it’s great: [From our Excellent Podcasts with Black Hosts roundup] "Thirst Aid Kit is a beacon of love, light, and (of course) unquenchable thirst.

Why it’s great: The Modern Love New York Times column featuring true stories of "love, loss, and redemption" has become so popular that it has inspired both a podcast and an Amazon Prime show spin off.

Why it’s great: A lot of the sex and relationship podcasts out there follow the conversational, interview, or call-in advice format.

On their F**ks Given podcast, they bring their trademark British charm to audio, feeding their sexual curiosity through interviews with a variety of diverse guests, ranging from doctors to sex magic practitioners.

Why it’s great: Thanks to doctor-patient confidentiality and/or poor access to healthcare, we rarely get a glimpse into what therapy actually looks like. Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel allows listeners into that black box, as the renowned Belgian therapist counsels a couple through a major conflict in their relationship.

What it is: One of (if not the most) diverse sex and relationship weekly podcasts reclaiming sexual conversations for marginalized identities, orientations, and bodies.

In its current form as a weekly free podcast, the Savage Lovecast uses the quintessential call-in and listener email advice format to address a wide spectrum of intimacy conundrums and questions.

Why it’s great: The Moth podcast popularized the format of storytellers (from amateurs to professionals) telling their non-fiction tales in front of a live audience — then Bawdy Storytelling made it horny.

Why it’s great: Dyking Out is one of the podcasts that incorporates more news and pop culture elements, covering whatever the hosts feel intersects with queerness.

Why it’s great: It’s impossible for a panel of hosts to represent the full spectrum of human sexuality in all its infinite forms, orientations, intersections, and preferences — but Inner Hoe Uprising gets the closest.

Why it’s great: [From our Best Podcasts to Fall Asleep To roundup] "Kaitlin Prest brings you in closer than any other host on this list.

Why it’s great: It’s impossible to make any list about sex and relationship podcasts without including Savage Lovecast.

Often spotlighting LGBTQ and women’s perspectives, it features many guest hosts, with formats spanning from poetry to fictional stories to personal essays.

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