65 episodes

Named a best new podcast of 2016 by The New York Times, NPR, Huffington Post and iTunes. Andrea Silenzi speaks with friends, experts, and guys in bars about where love, dating and sex meets technology. The show tells the stories about relationships often blurring the lines between memoir, documentary, and fiction.

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    • 4.2, 905 Ratings

Named a best new podcast of 2016 by The New York Times, NPR, Huffington Post and iTunes. Andrea Silenzi speaks with friends, experts, and guys in bars about where love, dating and sex meets technology. The show tells the stories about relationships often blurring the lines between memoir, documentary, and fiction.

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
905 Ratings

905 Ratings

Allnicknamesaretaken98 ,

Podcast is good except for Randy and fake content

Some of the episodes are really great. I like Andrea. I relate to her and the topic.

But the episodes with Randy (real or fake) are super annoying. His character is disgusting and when she’s nice to him it’s a huge eye roll.
I would have really loved this podcast without the fake content/interviews.

Bradley'sMommy07 ,

It’s ok

It’s entertaining, but I wasn’t happy to know that most of the guests are just actors

queer person in search of more ,

This show is really, really straight

Fully aware that heterosexuality is the dominant lifestyle choice in our culture, I’m consistently surprised at how little self awareness this show has of its extreme normativity. Queer people are in conversation about many of these topics and tend to navigate them quite differently. I challenge the host to find more queer writers, critics, and story tellers to add greater depth to her show.

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