Content warning! This article does discuss the topic mentioned in the headline. If it makes you uncomfortable, do not read further.
This week’s Wayward Podcast has received quite a bit of attention simply for the warnings that Kim Rhodes and Briana Buckmaster were determined to give listeners in regards to the topic – sex. So we will give our own readers the same warning! Be prepared before you listen, because the girls get deep (pun intended).
No. Legit. @OfficialBrianaB and I really really REALLY need to be super duper alleyooper clear that the next @PodcastWayward will offend you. We can’t afford lawyers. So many many disclaimers that sex is spoken of. In depth. (Heh. She said “depth”.)
— ΞXΓЯΞMΞ ҜIM (@kimrhodes4real) December 28, 2018
Except, shit, fuck, more @PodcastWayward warnings… cis female hetero sexy sex. Because it’s really the only kind we have experience with, not because it’s the only kind to have. #waywardsex #happysexisgoodsex #evenifitsnosex https://t.co/mjFD7MrIZe
— ΞXΓЯΞMΞ ҜIM (@kimrhodes4real) December 26, 2018
This is also the first time that artist Scout Villegas (@scoutstiel) has joined the Wayward Podcast team with her fabulous artwork to act as a preview for the podcast. We look forward to seeing more of these wonderful sneak peeks in the weeks to come!
Guys. We need an adult, and I think we found one! We’ve assimilated Scout and you’ll be seeing her previews on a regular basis until she uses her safe word. Please welcome The Wayward Podcast’s first official addition…@scoutstiel !!!! 🙌🏻❤️ pic.twitter.com/ngwxyctFYw
— TheWaywardPodcast (@PodcastWayward) December 28, 2018
The ‘Wayward Sex Talk’ spans many topics about sex, orgasms, genitalia, likes and dislikes in bed, partners, and more. As they always are, Kim and Bri are candid with listeners about their experiences which makes the potentially uncomfortable subject of conversation all the more relatable and helps to put people at ease. It is not a clinical discussion in any way, with the ladies jumping from tangent to tangent and keeping us on our toes and avidly listening for the next piece of gold to come out of their mouths such as: “Blowjobs are hard!” or “The vagina is a maze!”
Primarily the underlying message for this podcast is to be confident with what you like, learn and know your own body, and do not be ashamed of yourself or your sex life in whatever way that happens for you.
Kim and Bri sign off this podcast with this perfect message: “There should be no shame about having sex and enjoying it, and there should be no shame about not having sex and enjoying that.”