What if we told you that you could improve your sex life while zoning out on the treadmill or sitting in traffic? Lucky for you, some groundbreaking sex-positive podcasts may help you do just that. Whether you’re seeking answers to intimate questions, searching for bedroom inspiration or just craving some real talk about sex and love, there is truly something to peak everyone’s interests. Here, the best sex podcasts for your listening pleasure.

 

Ménage à moi

Menage a moi

 

True to its title, this podcast is all about literal self-love. Host Chelsea Beck has a candid 30-minute convo with a new woman each episode about their experiences with masturbation. Beck hopes the intimate interviews will get others talking more openly about self-pleasure. If you’ve ever wondered if a $150 vibrator is worth the price, if your mom masturbates or if you’re the only one who has gotten off using grocery store produce, this is your show.
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Guys We F*cked

Guys we fucked

 

In the words of producers Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson, Guys We F*cked is an “anti slut-shaming podcast.” Each week, the comedians interview men they’ve slept with, as well as people in the comedy and sex industry about sexual taboos and promoting sex-positivity. The tone is always bold, often raunchy and full of good laughs.
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The Heart

heart

 

With an evocative mix of narration, music and sound effects (think: kissing, breathing, rustling sheets), The Heart feels more like art than a podcast. Episodes take a deep dive into the complexities of sex and love, in addition to issues like consent and gender identity. Unfortunately, there will be no new episodes in 2018 (founder Kaitlin Prest is embarking on a new yet to be announced project). Rest assured, the extensive back catalog is totally binge-worthy.
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Sex with Strangers

Sex with strangers

 

An ode to wanderlust and sexuality. In this podcast, you’ll follow comedian Chris Sowa as he explores the history, cultural attitudes and policies of sex and sexuality around the world. From chats on NYC sex parties and Iceland’s BDSM scene to insightful looks at Thailand’s sex industry and the sexual politics of the Mormon church in Utah, no topic is left untouched.
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Sex with Emily

Sex with Emily

 

Everyone’s favorite sex therapist, Dr. Emily Morse, offers shame-free sex tips, dating and relationship advice that will forever change your love life. Episodes are filled with actionable service and a variety of guests—from to sociologists and intimacy coaches to sex toy manufacturers, comedians and former Bachelorettes. Trust us, there’s a reason her show has been downloaded nearly 40 million (!!!) times.
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Kinsey Confidential

Kinsey Confidential

 

Find answers to all your burning sex questions with help from the experts at the Kinsey Institute. Episodes are always informative, relatable and research-based. Topics range from anatomy and STIs to sexual pleasure and how to communicate with your sexual partners. It’s the perfect podcast for anyone looking to brush up on their sexual health knowledge.

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Turn Me On

 

Canadian couple Bryde MacLean and Jeremie Saunders launched this show in hopes of de-stigmatizing kink. Here you’ll find no holds barred conversations about their own sexual history, sex research and taboo topics like gangbangs and polyamory.
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Savage Lovecast

Dan Savage Lovecast

 

You can’t talk about sex podcasts without Dan Savage. The legendary columnist has been doling out advice on his show since 2006.  Listeners submit questions on sex, relationships and sexual politics, and Savage answers with brutal honesty, wit and humor.
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Where should we begin?

 

Where should we begin Esther Perl

Ever wonder what really goes on behind closed doors in other relationships? Now you can. Esther Perel’s podcast invites you to eavesdrop on her consultations with real couples. There’s so much to glean from their heartbreaks and struggles—not to mention Perel’s indelible insights into intimacy. You’ll feel like you just got an hour of free therapy.
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