75 episodes

At 28 years old, comedian Remy Kassimir had never had an orgasm and used this podcast to find out “how come?” and how to do it. To tackle this task & ensure that all sex stats are accurate, Remy enlisted her sister Charlotte (a former research associate producer at HBO’s Last Week Tonight) as co-producer. Come along on the journey as the most interesting, hilarious, and expert guests tell Remy about their first time cumming and gives Remy an assignment to complete her task. *Spoiler alert* she completes her goal. Listen, laugh, and learn EVERYTHING about sex that you’d ever want to know and never talk about.

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    • Comedy
    • 4.9, 1.3K Ratings

At 28 years old, comedian Remy Kassimir had never had an orgasm and used this podcast to find out “how come?” and how to do it. To tackle this task & ensure that all sex stats are accurate, Remy enlisted her sister Charlotte (a former research associate producer at HBO’s Last Week Tonight) as co-producer. Come along on the journey as the most interesting, hilarious, and expert guests tell Remy about their first time cumming and gives Remy an assignment to complete her task. *Spoiler alert* she completes her goal. Listen, laugh, and learn EVERYTHING about sex that you’d ever want to know and never talk about.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

Daniiiiii B. ,

All around bomb af

I’m a 22 y/o college student and am obsessed with this podcast. It is the perfect (no judgement zone) place to go to connect with other women and start convos about all things sex positive.
All those awkward or embarrassing questions around sex? They are covered (and way more), and covered in a funny and straight up way. It also covers mental health and relationship dynamic conversations, two things that are not talked about candidly enough.
The best part for me is that this podcast is honest, entertaining, supportive, and genuine.

cbahk ,

So educational!

I’ve learned soooo much from this podcast ! It’s sad how much we DONT know about our bodies. This is a must listen to podcast, for men and women ! So much great information and confidence building conversations.

ZilFromAZ ,

I really tried.

I listened this this podcast far after the point that I wanted to. I wanted to really give it a fair shake. I think some people will love it. Two young, well-to-do women who want to talk about sexuality and pop culture. Easy enough. It is not going to offer anything in the way of diversity in thought or life experiences. Maybe I’m too old for it. This last episode about Love Island was the moment I had to unsubscribe and finally rate it. They’re gushing over this dude who is defending a show that has been criticized for not having POC... and then goes on to compare them not having a diverse cast to not having spirits and ghosts...what the actual F. And the girls just “uhuh” along with him. I’m done listening to privileged, out of touch on podcasts by people I’d never want to hang out with in the first place. I TRIED. I really did.

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