Do people still use the term "nudist colony"? Well, Clint sure does, while he has a never-ending list of questions about Dr. Jenn's experiences at a nude beach.
Clint and Dr. Jenn are in rare form when they're getting sexy with cannolis. Then they dive into National Masturbation Month, why and how it started, and why we need to be talking about and doing it a whole lot more
Can a marriage get to a point where there is *too much* time spent running the kids around? Dr. Jenn answers Clint's questions about how and where to draw the line when being a good parent, and how to make sure you're focusing on what matters in your relationship before it's too late.
Pros about dating Dr. Jenn, Bikini-Clad Beauties on Clint's Page? How early are teens having sex now? Clint's embarrassing encounter with a girlfriend during sex.
What are the pros and cons in a relationship with Clint and Dr. Jenn. Was Dr Jenn always a great communicator in relationships? How do we learn to have more patience with others?
Dr. Jenn hired to proofread read a book, 'Sex For Dummies' by Dr. Ruth. What is heavy petting? Is it always the man's fault? Does Dr. Jenn like that college campuses have safe spaces?
Clint hears that "he's cute!" from a viewer and glows. But, then shares how being the "nice guy" hurts him financially. A hearty recommendation from Dr. Jenn to read the book, "Come As You Are."
What does it mean if an ex keeps liking your photos and commenting on social media? Should public figures be given the chance for redemption around #metoo or homophobic or racist comments? Would Clint's standup routine from years ago about vaginas fly today?
Did Clint sabotage his potential sexy time with his wife, when at Disneyland without the kids? Why doesn't Dr. Jenn wash her hair often? Plus, how reading erotica can help your sex life!
When are you ready to date again? Dr. Jenn answers a listener's dilemma about break-ups and being intimate again. Clint guesses the best emojis to use in sexting.
A brand new relationship and sex advice podcast with Clint and Dr. Jenn: Sexless Marriages, Sucking Noses, Tongue Piercings and Tattoos and more!
Here are some of the things we covered in this week's episode of Sex Talk: Does Dr. Jenn recognize different sexual terms as we know them? What Does DTF mean? Dr. Jenn has a new book coming out. Are your needs prioritized? How long does it take to achieve a better sex life? What irritates Dr. Jenn on dating apps?
What does Clint most want from his partner: quality time, affirming words, a new Harley, or regular BJs? And what do 13-year-old girls need to learn about sexual empowerment? Dr. Jenn shares her recent workshop experience.
Is ripping up a photo of your ex in public a healthy thing to do? What about naming a cockroach after an ex?! Clint challenges himself to learn his "love language" and also shares about wearing a G-string on his Harley...and getting pulled over by the cops.
Which Valentine's Day gifts are the *wrong* gifts to give? How can you know how to choose the right gift for your partner for any occasion? Plus, Dr. Jenn describes her desire course for women.
Clint shares the impact of what he learned in the last episode in his understanding of "masculinities." He presents Dr. Jenn with multiple workplace scenarios of a man asking a woman out, for her opinion on confidence, cleverness, women's comfort, and sexual harassment. Also, is the suggestion for "sex at 1st sight" possibly a good idea?
Things get heated when Clint and Dr. Jenn argue about the Gillette ad and "toxic masculinity" and Dr. Jenn goes full sociologist on his ass. But is it a marketing ploy and shaming to men, or just indicating that some of the training "to be a man" is problematic? How does Clint handle flirtation on motorcycle trips? Plus Dr. Jenn gives Clint a hard time for not using a clever gift from his wife, despite the importance of each partne... Read more
Clint delves into why Dr. Jenn was in Mexico for 16 days traveling alone, and what motivates her to do things like that. He asks the probing question: did she have sex in her travels?
What does it mean for a guy to be a good lover? And is it true that "nice guys" don't get the women, or is that just a bunch of BS? Dr. Jenn calls out Clint on some of his views. And then Clint shares a crazy story about floor sex with maple syrup.
Clint's mind is blown when he learns all about the "clitoral complex." We hear about some of Dr. Jenn's favorite sex toys and whether lube is safe past its expiration date. Plus, why might someone enjoy autoerotic asphyxiation?