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The Whormones Podcast

Alia Janine is a stand-up comedian and psychology student with intimacy issues. Von Decarlo is a stand-up comedian and author looking for love. Together they're hopelessly hilarious as they debate different topics with their guests and share their views on life, love, and everything in between.
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Dec 31, 2015

Happy Holidays and a very Merry Christmas to all! We're back from Christmas break and ready to talk about the type of relationships and all of the mistakes that are made during the holidays. We talk about the snuggle buddy, the booty call, the long term relationship and more!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

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Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network!

About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Dec 11, 2015

Today we sit down and chat about how the media, social media, and some people create, spin, and exploit people into becoming "outraged" over a minuscule issues. We talk about Ayesha Curry's tweets about fashion, and how they turned into an anti-feminist slut shamming shit storm. We also discuss people that may not fully understand what they are outraged about and how they can actually hurt the cause more than help it.

 

We close out the show with another awkward reading of Just the Tips!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

Please subscribe and rate/review us on iTunes, Stitcher, Spreaker, and Soundcloud!

Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network!

About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Dec 6, 2015

In today's episode we discuss another topic that has hit the mainstream news with a swift crack to it's belly; James Deen's rape allegations. Alia talks about what it's like on porn set- on and off camera, what is considered acceptable behavior from costars and content. We also discuss the allegations themselves and the other people talking about them to gain attention. We go deep into some of the very real, and everyday fears female porn stars have to endure, and what people are doing to help.

We close out the show with a little bit of "Just the Tips" as read by Jaqi Furback, and we have a new intro! Hope you like it and enjoy the show!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

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About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Nov 30, 2015

Today we sit down and talk about different laws in different states pertaining to the spreading of STIs/STDs and HIV. Inspired by the recent events involving Charlie Sheen and his announcement that he has HIV and the many known porn stars and other celebrities Mr. Sheen is linked to and why he didn't tell his lovers.

We also gossip about other celebrities with apparent STDs and some of the lawsuits they have dealt with.

We close out the show with Jaqi awkwardly reading another wonderful page from Just the Tips, by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

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About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Nov 21, 2015

Holy cats, we've made it to episode 20! That's awesome. Thank you to all of our listeners! In today's episode we chat about different types of stalkers. There are different forms of stalking that come from different types of stalkers depending on the relationship with the victim. For example, the rejected stalker will obsess over they're former lover, sometimes believing that they cannot live with out them. These types of stalkers tend to be very jealous, narcissistic, and persistent. Or there the resentful stalker, who believes they have been oppressed and/or humiliated by their victim and may see themselves as the victim fighting back. These types of stalkers tend to be irrational and paranoid. Needless to say, it's an interesting episode.

We each talk about our own stalking experiences, and times we have actually stalked someone. We discuss how the internet makes it easier to stalk people and ways to know when you're being stalked and how we deal with it.

Links:

Types Of Stalkers

Forms Of Stalking

Jealously

 

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

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About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Nov 17, 2015

We're back from our week-long Alia birthday hiatus! Inspired by questions from a listener ("John"-- yes that is his name), this week's episode centers around the question of the on set rights of sex workers in the porn industry. We discuss the difference between female friendly porn and feminist porn, and what your options are in finding both. We touch on the work of Nina Hartley, Julie Simone, James Deen, Sophie Delancey, & Tristan Taormina, as well as the work of the Feminist Porn Awards who are all helping to increase awareness of performer rights on set.

Jaqi derails the conversation with an accidental vision of grandma porn.

Alia shares a twitter saga from her birthday week. (Fans of her previous "Scatterbrains" podcast will recognize this as a segment called "As the Porn World Turns.")

And wrapping it up as always: a NSFW bedtime story from Just the Tips - read by Jaqi, written by Matt Fraction & Chip Zdarsky.

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

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About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Nov 3, 2015

Happy Halloween! This week we discuss the overwhelming growing trend of "sexy costumes," its origins, and the implications when it comes to hypersexualizing women. Is it a good or bad thing for women to use a holiday to claim their sexuality when they deny it the rest of the year? Why is clever female costumes becoming less and less common? The conversation evolves into a brief discussion of virginity & women who are selling it. And of course, closing it out is an extra awkward moment in a reading of Just the Tips!

 

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

Please subscribe and rate/review us on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud!

Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network!

About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Oct 23, 2015

Today we respond to some of our fan questions, making this episode Fan Appreciation Day! We received some excellent questions and we hope we gave some excellent answers! Please, let us know if you or anyone else has any questions or comments. We'd love to hear from everyone!

 

 

 

 

Oct 16, 2015

Malaysian authorities have banned the International Sex Robot Symposium, so this week took it upon ourselves to have the discussion that could have happened. Screw you, Malaysia-- science wins. They win by creating fucking machines. Our conversation begins in today's toy world, with sex toys currently on the market. We discuss Fleshlights & the female counterparts that resemble jackhammers (currently available on Amazon). The conversation moves on to the current high end market RealDoll (originated by Abyss Creations LLC, which have made appearances on HBO, TLC, Discovery, and the movie "Lars & the Real Girl" starring Bradley Cooper). And then there is Roxxxy by TrueCompanion -- a sex robot with programmable personalities and a sign of where things are headed. Social robots are already here with the invention of the Roomba. Well, the sexy version of a Roomba is headed our way, and we need to know how far will this Brave New World of pleasure go? People are constantly losing jobs to robots-- will the world's oldest profession be equally threatened? Every movie has a cynical view of the advancement of A.I. ... are scientists creating Stepford Wives? iRobots? The Terminator? And of course, there's also the issue of consent once these robot sex slaves gain awareness.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

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About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Oct 9, 2015

Buckle up guys and gals because this is another intense and informative episode! Today we give a review of the Unslut Project Documentary that we saw in Brooklyn earlier this week. For those that not familiar with the Unslut Project, it is a project to stop slut-shaming, and to bring awareness of how harmful slut/sex shaming is to people.

Unslut was founded by Emily Lindin who started posting entries of her school aged diary on Tumblr and the things she went through as a teenager. It's a place for women with similar stories of slut-shaming can go and share their stories. Produced my WWF wrestler, Mick Foley, the Unslut Documentary was able to be filmed. Foley was a phone call volunteer for RAINN, the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network, he was shown what the Unslut Project was about, and he wanted to help.

We talk about some personal experiences with slut-shaming and sexual assault. We also discuss the different types of slut-shaming, and how men can be sexually assaulted, too. Slut-shaming is a real thing and it does need to be talked about. The Unslut Project gives people that outlet.

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

Please subscribe and rate/review us on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud!

Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network!

About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

 

Sep 30, 2015

And we're back! From our new studio in the bowels of Bushwick, we bring you a kind of late episode 14! Today we talk about pick up lines, the ones that work and the ones that don't. We discuss the Hinge Experiment: How to Start the Conversation. We also each discuss our own experiences with trying to be picked up. We found some of Tinder's best and worst pick up lines. Below are some links!

 

 

Cracked.com

BlazedPress.com

thewebtrovert.com

Hinge.com Blog

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

Please subscribe and rate/review us on iTunes, Stitcher, Spreaker, and Soundcloud!

Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network!

About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Sep 20, 2015

Today we are LIVE from SHE the Sexual Health Expo! The wonderful people at Fleshlight got us some passes to walk around and interview some people and their products. We ran into Jason from "Shiney Hiney," a new butt-hole cleansing tool. It's pretty awesome, people. Alia wants to be their new spokes person. Jaqi is disgusted. It's great start to the show. We also talked with some people from the world's strongest vibrator, a really cool gender neutral toy, Pur Lube, and the creep peddy bear was back (The Teddy Love Bear that Alia likes to call the pedophile bear, or the peddy bear for short). Alia actually decided to talk to the woman at the booth and find out just what the heck this thing was all about.

Although, it is a cute bear it's just not cute enough to hump. It's also not very sanitary, or good for the lady parts. It's made of polyester and silicone, and you're supposed to spray it with scotch-guard to protect the fur from wetness. The only way to clean the muzzle (the part that vibrates) is to wipe it down with a wet cloth. For those that know their sex toys, silicone needs to clean thoroughly to prevent bacteria from growing. The people at CU in Bed completely understand the importance of keeping their toys clean by making their toys out of medical grade antibacterial copper. They even have storage bags made of the stuff to store all of your toys in to help prevent bacteria from growing. Reed was really cool and it's a really cool product.

We then chat with the wonderful Amanda from Fleshlight to find out about some of their new products. They have a new male toy line for gay man with popular male porn stars, and a the very cool Kiiro. An interactive partner sex toy that allows you to have real time virtual sex with your partner from anywhere in the world. It's pretty awesome, and would be great for those couples that have a spouse that travels for work.

We come back home to recap and discuss what was in the goodie bags. Alia uses lube as chapstick, and Jaqi is forced to read 2 pages from Just the Tips to make up for the last show. Enjoy!

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

Please subscribe and rate/review us on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud!

Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network!

About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Sep 9, 2015

Today we sat down and tried to understand if someone can really be addicted to things such as love, sex, and porn. Or, if it is more of a behavioral disorder, or a bad habit formed by self conditioning. We Discuss how different parts of the brain are active in drug addicts compared to someone saying they are addicted to porn, or sex. Jaqi talks about her theory of evolution for the future, and Alia tries to figure out if she really is a sex addict.

Per Usual Links!

Is Sex Addiction Real?

Sex and Love Addiction Definition

Sex Addiction and the DSM-5

Porn Addiction isn't a Real Addiction

Aug 30, 2015

For this week's episode we discuss a really difficult topic that many people do not understand, and would most likely rather not- pedophilia and pedophiles. This episode is a bit longer because we veered off topic a few times. It's a hard subject to have to research, let alone talk about. But, that is where the problem is. Nobody really wants to talk about pedophiles. They rather lock those people up and throw away a key. Why try to understand something so disturbing that will leave you with a sick feeling in your stomach? But, if something someone does is so sinister it makes you want to vomit, shouldn't you want to figure out why they do it, and prevent them doing it?

We talk about current events involving pedophiles, including Jarred Fogle and Josh Duggar. We discuss the different communities, and how there are different types of pedophiles. We bring up the point that pedophilia is a mental disorder and not a choice. How the only studies done are on people who have already offended. We discuss the "deep web" and the very scary facts: 1) 80% of the dark web is used for child pornography, 2) in 2009 child pornography and child sex trafficking was a $20BILLION industry 3) in 2009 the adult film industry was a $13BILLION industry. We also bring up a story about a "family" of pedophiles that will surely make you want to lock your family in the house and never let them leave. As we said, this is a hard subject to talk about, but it has to be done. People need to start trying to help pedophiles from offending. People need to start taking preventive measures.

Here are all the articles we read from for this show.

 

5 Ways We're Making Pedophilia Worse

5 Things I Learned Infiltrating the Deep Web

UN Expert: Child Porn on Internet Increase

Massive Online Pedophile Ring Busted Online

How to Identify a Pedophile

Jarred Fogle- Washington Post

Jarred Fogle- Washington Post

Jarred Fogle- Washington Post

Josh Duggar Sex Abuse Timeline- USA Today

Josh Duggar and Danica Dillon- ET

How Childhood Trama Makes the Brain Vulnerable

7 Ways Childhood Adversity Changes the Brain

 

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

Please subscribe and rate/review us on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud!

Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network!

About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Aug 25, 2015

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It's our 10th episode! We wanted to thank everyone for listening! We're excited for more to come!

Today we sat down and talked about cheating. Why do people cheat? Why do people cheat who are in love? And the age old question, who is the fastest cheater in our man made jungle, men or women? We take five different articles and dissect each one on creditability, personal opinions, and accuracy. All of the articles have different, and even drastic differences, as do we.

One article from ABC interviewing Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil stated, "More than 50 percent of all married women, at some point, cheat on their mates, says Weil, so husbands should never be too cocky that their wife won't stray." You have to be on the alert that at any moment you could lose your partner," she says."

Dr. Robi Ludwig answered the question why she thought women might be cheating more on the Huffington Post with, "Part of the reason is access. Women are in the workplace more than ever before. So they have access to men who might be interesting and available to them. And the Internet and social media has made cheating so much easier to do. Cheating is basically just a click away now."

Our new BFF, Dr. Pepper Scharwtz on AARP stated, these findings from her research:

"45 percent of the men and 26 percent of the women said they are attracted to one of their partners’ friends — and tempted to act on it.

33 percent of the men and 19 percent of the women said they’d had sex outside their marriage.

46 percent of the men and 19 percent of the women who cheated said it was because “I just can’t help myself.”"

While the Business Insider interviewed Anthropologist, Dr. Helen Fisher and she states, "In short, we're capable of loving more than one person at a time."

 

Find out what we had to say and to see which sex is the bigger cheater!

 

 

 

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

Please subscribe and rate/review us on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud!

Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network!

About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Aug 17, 2015

We're back in New York City and couldn't be happier! In this episode we recap our trip to the Midwest, and all the awesome craziness that went along with it. We talk about racism, sexual assault, and cheese. It was an interesting and fun trip, you have to hear it to believe it!

We then dive into today's topic, which is the science behind the sex partners we choose. We also discuss the science why some people cheat, and why some people choose to have multiple partners while still in a monogamous relationships. We found some article that explain the environment can affect the mating habits of all animals, including humans. Is global warming affecting the way humans find and reproduce with their partners? Are our stress factors causing more infidelity? Are more people choosing multiple sex partners because of their environments? We figure out these questions, as well as a few others. We close out the show with Jaqi reading another page from Just the Tips by, Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky!

 

Here are the links to the articles we read from:

Why People Cheat

How Do We Really Seek Our Partners

"I've Slept with 3000 Men"

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

Please subscribe and rate/review us on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud!

Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network!

About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

 

Aug 10, 2015

For episode 8 we are LIVE from the Milwaukee Comedy Festival! In this episode we talk about the infamous sex talk parents have with their children. We discuss the sex talks we had with our parents, the first time we have sex, and the different reasons people have sex. We also talk about dating, the ways people try to control and/or manipulate each other to get what they want, and a few of Alia's dating and family stories that weird Jaqi out in true Whormones fashion.

This show was a lot of fun, and we want to thank Matt Kemple of the Milwaukee Comedy Festival for inviting us to do our show, Wiskullin for donating some awesome shirts to giveaway, and Milwaukee Record for the awesome shirts and for having us the Chuckle Mania Show!

 

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

Please subscribe and rate/review us on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud!

Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network!

About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

 

Aug 3, 2015

In episode 7 we bring up a subject that rides the thin line of most people's moral compass, sex surrogates. What are they? What exactly do they do? Why are they needed? Are they really needed, or is are they just glamorized escorts? Why is sex important to mental and physical health? We try to answer these questions along with may others for another fun and interesting episode!

We close out the show with Jaqi doing what she loves (hates) most, another page from, Just the Tips, by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky!

 

Here are some links to some of the articles we read from this week!

 

What is Surrogate Therapy

Sexual Surrogate

Healing Hands

Certified Sex Surrogate Partners

 

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

Please subscribe and rate/review us on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud!

Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network!

 

 

About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Jul 31, 2015

In episode 6 we sit down and discuss sugar daddies, mommies, and their babies. We talk about what they are, what type of people they are, and what type of relationships these people have. We talk about the biased social opinion on the difference between older men looking for younger women, verses older women looking for younger men. Why it has to be about money with the older man, and about emotional support for older women.

We also discuss why people choose these types of relationships, how they can be beneficial, and how they can be harmful. We talk about different websites that help sugar parents and sugar babies meet, and how what people are looking for on these sites can be a little muddy. Jaqi made a profile on one of these websites, and we talk about a few of the responses she has received and the type of people they came from.

We close the show with Alia making Jaqi Chipping away another page of "Just the Tips," by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky!

Here are the links from the articles we talked about on this episode:

Older Men Dating Younger Women

Cougars and Their Cubs

Sugar Daddy Website has Coeds Justifying Prostitution

How Sugar Daddies Are financing College Education

Gwaker Slammed

 

Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- whormonespodcast@gmail.com, or you can DM us on Twitter! We have our message box open!

Please subscribe and rate/review us on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud!

Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network!

 

 

About the Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Jul 17, 2015

In episode 5, Alia Janine and Jaqi Furback sit down and talk about where feminism came from, what feminism means, why we need it, and what the fuck happened to it. In today's society it is hard to tell what the true meaning of feminism is. As Jaqi points out, there are eight different "types" of feminism on it's Wikipedia page. EIGHT. We're pretty sure the women back in 1848 did not have eight different types or definitions of feminism. They had one purpose - one goal, to be treated equally to their male counterparts.

Since the first Women's Conference in 1848, it took 70 years before women were legally allowed to vote. It wasn't until 1928 that ALL women were allowed vote. Not only those with privilege and over 30 years old. Women also were allowed to own property then. In the 1940s and 1950s during World War II women were pushed into the work force, leaving their families to fend for themselves. With this, Welfare was created to help those that could not work. That's right Republicans, women started Welfare. As if they needed another reason to hate it. In the 1960s and 1970s the feminist movement really took off, just like women's bras. The Pill was created, meaning women had more control over their own bodies and what they wanted to do with them. And if the pill did not work, well, abortion became legal. Throughout this fun little history lesson, every decade since 1848 there was one thing women fought for consistently, and are still fighting today in 2015 - equal pay.

So, what the fuck happened to feminism? In today's society of male dominance, technological advancements, and open sexuality the true meaning of feminism has been through a blender, spit out, and then put back in. Some women think of feminism as an excuse to hate men, or to fuck everything in sight. Some think of it as weapon to use against an oppressed gender. But have they taken feminism to the extreme, and have obscured the true meaning of it? Listen in as we discuss what we think happened, and why!

 

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Jul 14, 2015

In episode four of the Whormones Podcast we, Alia and Jaqi, tackle a subject that can be talked about for days; the difference between love and sex. Can there be good sex without love? Can there be love without sex? Why can some people control their animal urges to hump and breed, and others cannot? Why do some people use love to get sex and some people use sex to get love? And the list of questions goes on and on. We also talk about different things that can affect relationships including social media and texting. We talk about some of our  personal experiences, why we feel the way we do about the subject, and we even agree on some things. We found articles that focus on why people have sex, how people know they're in love, and the types of people that cheat.

We close out the show with Jaqi reading another wonderfully awkward page from Matt Fraction's and Chip Zdarsky's, Just the Tips. She actually says pussy, guys and gals!

 

Here are some other articles we found interesting on the subjects:

How Can You Tell You Should Just Be Friends

The Truth About On and Off Again Relationships

10 Researched Based Truths About People in Love

What Are The Psychological Effects of Casual Sex

 

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About The Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Jul 7, 2015

whormonespodcasttwitterbackground In this episode of Whormones, we, Alia and Jaqi discuss a few articles about cheating, arranged marriages, and Tinder. We start out with an oddly placed article in the Yahoo business section, which states that the French do not care about cheating. As Jaqi points out, this is one of those articles that takes the information it wants from other sources and manipulates it to make a completely different point. The article also points out that most French flower shops have signs that say, "Don't forget your mistress!" Considering the placement of the article, our guess is someone is either planning ahead, or trying to point out some "facts" in a troublesome relationship.

One of the articles taken out of context was an article from comedian, Aziz Ansari found in Time magazine titled, "Everything You Knew About Love is Wrong." In Ansari's article he talks about how the internet is changing the dating and love. He describes his parents marriage, which was an arranged marriage. He compares how his Father picked his mother to be his life partner in a half hour time because she was tall; and the thorough steps he takes to find a restaurant to only end up eating a peanut butter and banana sandwich. We discuss how we're not fans of arranged marriages, but understand the point Ansari is trying to make. People have too many choices now.

With online dating and apps such as Tinder people trying to find their "soulmates" think they have a better chance of finding the right one. But with divorce basically at 50% and infidelity being a big percentage of that, are online dating sites and apps like Tinder helping people, or are they only helping people find the idea of what they think they want? Find out we what we think!

 

The Whormones Podcast

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.

Jun 30, 2015

For the second episode of the Whormones Podcast we (Alia and Jaqi) discuss the controversial documentary, Hot Girls Wanted, which was produced by actress Rashida Jones. Hot Girls Wanted is a documentary about Florida's "pro-am" (professional amateur) porn industry. We also read some articles that relate to the documentary, and the California and Florida adult film industry scenes. We did this to go further than what the documentary shows and actually means. We discuss what some people in the industry say about it, why the adult industry tends to be so defensive, and what the general public probably thinks about it.

 

Since Alia started out her porn career almost the exact same way as the girls in the documentary, she weighs in pretty heavily about the accuracy of the documentary. Alia drops a lot of information on Jaqi about a few harsh realities of being a new performer, agents, escorting, and even the "model houses." Jaqi gives her point of view of what she thought of the documentary, and asks questions that bring in a different perspective. Jaqi also explains what she knows from her personal experiences, and how it relates to Hot Girls Wanted.

We end the show with Jaqi telling us what she thought about Sex Criminals, and another page is down from, Just the Tips!

 

Articles used in show:

Hot Girls Wanted’ Is Pornsploitation: The Porn Industry Fights Back, Aurora Snow, The Daily Beast

Porn Stars: The Death of a Sex-Industry Profession, Richard Abowitz, The Daily Beast

Hot Girls Wanted Debated on AOL.com

Arguing Right(s), Eithnecrow

 

About the Whormones Podcast:

 The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple. 

Jun 22, 2015

Welcome to the first episode of the Whormones Podcast! Jaqi and I are really excited to show you how two people with two completely different opinions work things out, and share their sides of the story with all of you! In this first episode we introduce what the show will be about, as well as some fun games and challenges we’ll be giving each other. We were live on Periscope and you can find that broadcast on our account, @WhormonePodcast.

Jaqi and I dive right into our first topic, which was Bree Olson’s open letter to younger women telling them not to do porn. Jaqi and I discuss our views on society, work, how people treat and see others, and so much more. I also give Jaqi some homework for next week, which includes watching the documentary, “Hot Girls Wanted” and reading Sex Criminals volume 1, by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky. Hot Girls Wanted is a documentary about the porn scene in Florida and how girls get started in the business. Sex Criminals is amazing, and you’re going to need to find the comic and see for yourself! To close out the show, I have Jaqi read a page from, “Just the Tips” another (awesome) book by Matt and Chip!

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