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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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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!

 

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!

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

 

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 our awesome network, The Misfits Podcasts!

 

 

 

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.

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