The 5 Best Sex Podcasts for Sexual Exploration

Written by: vahi
Posted: March 22, 2022

The only way to learn more about yourself and your interests is to explore the possibilities around you. For many of us, we may not think that sex and pleasure are more than a simple moment with our partner, but there can be so much more found in the bedroom. It could benefit yourself and your enjoyment to learn more about what sexual pleasures and intimacy you may be into. 

One of the easiest ways to get to know yourself better and see what really gets your heart ticking is to hear what other people have gone through and what they have to say. This could be from a close group of friends or even from the various podcast options out there. Many women talk freely about their sexual experiences, both good and bad, and teach others what is out there in the realm of sexual pleasures. This could lead to you learning more about your own wants and needs during intimacy. 

Here are five sexual exploration podcasts to try out if you are looking to spice up your bedroom life: 

1. Call Her Daddy

Starting in 2018, Call Her Daddy is a podcast starring Alexandra Cooper and Sofia Franklyn. In this female-created podcast, the two hosts invite guest stars to share stories about intimacy, sex-capades, relationship advice, and other classic girl talk. 

No episode is dry as each is filled with gossip, personal stories, and insight from couple therapists and past Playboy Bunnies. Cooper and Franklyn created a safe space for women to express their sexual pasts and desires, showing listeners they are not alone, and to reach for the wild side of life. Call Her Daddy can be found on Spotify. 

2. Foreplay Radio

Foreplay Radio is all about keeping couples hot. Hosted by acclaimed sex therapist Laurie Watson and couples counselor George Faller, their podcast was created to help inform and excite couples inside the bedroom. Their episodes focus on the emotional side of sexual health of couples and get them back on track intimately. 

With decades of counseling experience under their belts, Watson and Fuller work together to create healthier relationships between couples. They believe with a stronger connection between yourself and your mind, and you and your partner, the sex can only get better. If you are looking for insight on how to spruce up your bedroom life or grow back that connection between you and your partner, Foreplay Radio can be listened to on Spotify, Apple Podcast, and Google Podcast. 

3. Sensual Self

Sensual Self (formally known as The Sexually Liberated Woman) is hosted by Ev’Yan Whitney. With over 60 episodes, Whitney takes her listeners on a journey to explore their identity, sexuality, pleasures, and wellness. She wants her audience to relax and allow themselves to do some inner reflection and learning. 

Whitney invites special guests to help talk about personal pleasures and how to reach our best intimate selves. Her podcast aims to allow her listeners to reconnect with themselves and their partners. Sensual Self can be found on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. 

4. Doing It

The host of Doing It, Hannah Witton, takes pride in her Podcast’s openness to sexuality and self. Each week she invites different co-stars to explore topics like sex, relationships, and our bodies in society. Witton is also the ambassador for UK’s leading Young People’s Sexual Health Charity. She enjoys teaching the world not to fear their sexuality and intimate needs. 

Whitton has written many books and other content on the topic and Doing It is her way of continuing her openness and connection with people worldwide. Her own transparency shows her listeners that it is okay to indulge and show off your sex life and broadcast the love you have for yourself. Doing it can be listened to on Spotify, Apple Podcast, and Google Podcast. 

5. Why Are People Into That

Tina Horn, the creator, writer, and producer of Why Are People Into That, gets down to the nitty-gritty of sexuality and kinks. Each episode invites a guest star to chat about specific kinks and fetishes and explains the ideas behind it, why people do it, and what they may get out of it. 

Horn isn’t afraid to talk about the controversial, slutty, pervy, explicit, or political side of our sexualities. If anything, she advocates for people to explore their wants and needs. Why Are People Into That can be listened to on Spotify and Apple Podcast.

These five podcasts and the hundreds of others out there show us that we shouldn’t be afraid to live our sexy and kinky life. There are other stories and women out there we can connect with and help us see that we all get awkward or uncomfortable, but in the end, we are strong enough to grow and thrive within intimacy. Don’t be afraid to live the sexy life you dream of.