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Log in. Sign up. Subscribe to this podcast. Turn me on podcast is a no holds barred conversation about what it is to be a sexual being in the world. Hosted by Jeremie and Bryde, a married, poly, adventurous couple who love to talk to people about S-E-X, the conversation is geared toward getting real about pleasures of the flesh with intelligence, humour and maybe a little pillow talk.
A listener has a complicated brain boner about polyamory, an emotional affair, and a cancer diagnosis. The conversation drifts from role-playing to restorative justice in an all-round cheerful chat. They talk about ear sex and gut trusting. Preparing for an anniversary celebration of the hosts yoga community, they reunite with friend and mentor Frank Jude Boccio, a Zen Buddhist and mindfulness teacher who is new to polyamory.
Bryde is forlorn without Jeremie, recording in solitude in the soft glow of a Casper Glow lamp. The three tackle a brain boner from a listener about satisfying urge outside the marriage. Busy bee hosts sit down finally to revisit their Toronto Just for Laughs experience, talk about public golden showers, though not the kind you might think. They tackle a brain boner about imbalance in successful poly relationships and make some casual recommendations in a new segment - Just the Tips.
No tickets. No roof. No guest. All sex. The hosts share some vulnerabilities and sing along with Brittney. Jeremie and Bryde talk to Jeanette about kink and she shares some misadventures in nipple play and butt plugs. Your rectum is hotter than your mouth. Your armpit is colder than your mouth. Hurricane sex for survival. The hosts contemplate the great area of wanting different things than your partner. Ivy and Violet join Bryde and Jeremie in the studio to talk about being Bestie Lovers and what platonic intimacy looks like.
They asked their amazing listeners their burning questions - from HPV to masturbation to group sex. And who better to help with those questions? He's all in, and totally game to answer all the things you've been a little shy to ask. Are we inherently creative? The hosts debate.