50 episodes

Reclaim your shame! Heather Ann Gottlieb delves into the disgusting habits, taboo secrets, and unruly pastimes of women. It’s feminist, sex & body positive, and tells the stories of funny, brave women who like to get dirty.

Dirty Girl WhoHaha

    • Comedy
    • 4.9 • 89 Ratings

Reclaim your shame! Heather Ann Gottlieb delves into the disgusting habits, taboo secrets, and unruly pastimes of women. It’s feminist, sex & body positive, and tells the stories of funny, brave women who like to get dirty.

    Semen Doesn't Taste Great

    Semen Doesn't Taste Great

    Black lives matter.

    Like, this can't be news right? It just does not. And yet, confronting the taste of semen is a rite of passage for many sexual awakenings. At least, part of many sexual awakenings anyway. But we know there is far more to it than that.

    Heather's guest Natalie shares some wonderful stories about discovering sexuality on television at a very young age, yet feeling like she was much more of a late bloomer in terms of her own sexual activity. Even when you are too young to know what is happening on the screen, you still know it is something you want to watch, but that you need to lock the door for. She discusses different uses for the arm of a couch, the hotel that inspired Mambo Night in Dirty Dancing, and how she learned that a squirting orgasm is not just something that happens in porn.

    Did a documentary crew follow YOUR summer camp, right to the spot where you gave your first blow job? If you meet someone you watched in film or tv when you were younger, is it REALLY a good idea to sleep with them? And did MTV REALLY produce a soft core porn aimed at teenagers??? You can hear about all that and more in this episode!

    We have MERCH! Go to teepublic.com and go craaaaaazy!! And our brand spankin’ new website dirtygirlpodcast.com is good to go, so go check it out!

    Thank you Natalie for speaking with us! And thank YOU for listening! The production is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

    • 31 min
    You Don’t Always Need to Nut

    You Don’t Always Need to Nut

    Black lives matter.

    Alcoholics focus on not drinking. Gambling addicts focus on not gambling. Even overeaters, who cannot simply avoid food, focus on stopping when they are full. But for sex and love addicts, the drug is people. In that case, finding a balance can be very difficult.

    Rivkah Reyes (@rivkah.reyes) is a comedian who has sought recovery for sex and love addiction for over two years. In this episode, Heather and Rivkah share stories of understanding, and the way their concept of love has evolved over time. If you blew right past the Netflix show “Love” when it first dropped, you might want to give it a second look.

    Also appearing in this episode: attempting to RomCom someone in your improv class, committing fraud during a tinder date, embracing sex positivitiy while seeking recovery for sex and love addiction, what NOT to do if your child appears in a major motion picture at the age of 10, and the experience of making your sexual debut (phrase courtesy of Amanda Seales). Remember, podcasts are cheaper than therapy.

    Come listen and get your nut on! Write that down, Alex.

    We have MERCH! Go to teepublic.com and go craaaaaazy!! And our brand spankin’ new website dirtygirlpodcast.com is good to go, so go check it out!

    Thank you so much Rivkah! And thank YOU for listening! The production is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

    • 42 min
    Coming Out for Awesome Stories

    Coming Out for Awesome Stories

    Black lives matter.

    By the end of this, you’re just gonna want to go listen to another podcast, called Coming Out with Lauren and Nicole (@ComingOutPod). Because our guests this week are the hosts of that show! Lauren Flans (@lauren_flans) and Nicole Pacent (@nicolepacent) were part of a workshop at the Los Angeles LGBT Center about coming out, and when they could not find a podcast on the subject they started their own! You may recognize Nicole from our two part Poly Party episode, and rest assured this episode is just as badass.

    Lauren and Nicole go through both of their coming out stories, one of which resembles the complexity of a short film. This then reminds Heather of a pretty solid anecdote. Of course, when pod creators sit down with other pod creators, there’s always a good discussion about the impact the podcast has had on your life. But when they get to the GROSS stories, it involves a literally award-winning tale that takes the cake over any shitting-your-pants story we’ve ever heard...even though it did not happen to anybody appearing on this episode. Following this is one way to receive a sexy-looking vampire bite, and one reason never to travel to Germany.

    Don’t listen to this, Kyle.

    We have MERCH! Go to teepublic.com and go craaaaaazy!! And our brand spankin’ new website dirtygirlpodcast.com is good to go, so go check it out!

    Thank. You. Lauren. And. Nicole. Again, to reiterate, go listen to @ComingOutPod! And thank YOU for listening! The production is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

    • 41 min
    I’m a F***ing Badass

    I’m a F***ing Badass

    Black lives matter.

    Lana Danielyan (@lanadanielyan) moved to the states from Russia when she was 12. She went all the way through law school and working as an attorney before upending everything and becoming an actor. Then there is also the experience of dating a woman for the first time after having only dated men up to that point. And of course, this delightful pandemic we all find ourselves in is another major change, to be sure, bringing with it unemployment for many freelancers. Being used to major transitions does not necessarily make them any easier though.

    Heather has a lovely chat with Lana about these life experiences, seeing what the pandemic has been like for her relatives in Russia, why Mexico City is more progressive than Los Angeles, and what on earth it means to describe a piece of art as “lesbianistic”. Also in this episode, Phantom Dick Energy.

    We have MERCH! Go to teepublic.com and go craaaaaazy!! And our brand spankin’ new website dirtygirlpodcast.com is good to go, so go check it out!

    A big thank you to Lana for speaking with us. And thank YOU for listening! The production is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

    • 25 min
    I Don’t Have to Give Anyone Else an Orgasm

    I Don’t Have to Give Anyone Else an Orgasm

    “I Don’t Have to Give Anyone Else an Orgasm”

    Black lives matter.

    There are many ways to express sex positivity. This week we’re talking about celibacy, and the taboo of NOT having sex!

    Heather spoke with guest Allia about love languages, the practice of celibacy versus just the theory, boundaries, talking with your partner about testing, what she wants out of having sex with a man while being a lesbian, old patterns, being selfish, and being a libra.

    Are you registered to VOTE??? If not, oh BOY is it time to do just that!

    We have MERCH! Go to teepublic.com and go craaaaaazy!! And our brand spankin’ new website dirtygirlpodcast.com is good to go, so go check it out!

    A tremendous thank you to Allia for sharing with us. And thank YOU for listening! The production is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

    • 35 min
    I Know My Body

    I Know My Body

    Black lives matter.

    Three words: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. If you like you can abbreviate it to PCOS, but either way, let’s talk about it.

    Heather’s guest on this episode is Lianna LaBerge (@unsolicitedstyleadvice). She was diagnosed with PCOS five years ago. Upon learning this she felt relief, that there was some explanation for experiences she had dealt with for years.

    PCOS is an imbalance of hormones that causes cysts to grow on the ovaries. And it affects 1 in 10 people with ovaries, also known as ovarian humans. Maybe we just came up with that in this episode.

    One of the symptoms Lianna discusses with Heather is period irregularity, prompting them to compare first period stories. Another symptom is body hair that can grow where you might not ordinarily find it. You can imagine the effect that this kind of relationship with her body had on Lianna while growing up.

    Also in this episode, Lianna shares a piece she wrote about her anxiety.

    What you’re feeling is real. And also you. You are real.

    Thank you very much to Lianna for sharing with us. And thank YOU for listening. The production is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
89 Ratings

89 Ratings

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Mm gimme more! This show is the perfect blend of like laugh out loud moments and tear worthy issues that affect us all. Bravo to all the interviewees for sharing <3

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Sam easterly

This shows getting better and better. It started out fun, but it’s getting deeper and hitting on more serious issues! Keep It goin!

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Omg this pod is so funny and relatable I love it! - KM

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