Looking for the best sex podcast? Look no further.
There’s absolutely no shame in talking about sex, but we get it – it’s not always easy to know how to start a conversation you’ve never had before.
Sex therapist Laurie Watson and couples therapist Dr. Adam Mathews have you covered with their sex podcast Foreplay – Radio Sex Therapy for Couples. They cover the gamut of topics that are important to both men and women who want more for their sex life. As we enter our 3rd full season, we are one of the most highly ranked best sex podcasts on iTunes.
It’s hard to ask how to be good at sex
If you want to know how to be good at sex, but you’re nervous about asking your partner – this is the sex podcast for you. Each episode is brimming with inspiration and motivating advice to get things revved up. The expertise of both therapists will put you at ease, and their light-hearted banter will keep you laughing and wanting more.
Not everyone feels comfortable asking for sex advice. Yet nearly everyone can benefit from it! Episode 156 covers a mailbag of listener questions, where each doctor gives thoughtful advice and insightful sex tips for bringing more connection and intimacy into your relationship. They talk about reducing self-consciousness in the bedroom, dealing with intrusive thoughts, and date night sex. We have multiple emails a day from listeners who say it is the best sex podcast 2019 they have listened to!!
Keeping It hot!
Our mission is to “keep it hot.” As such, we’re committed to providing fresh resources to help committed couples do just this. Don’t let one more day go by without learning how to resolve low libido, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction or anorgasmia (no orgasm). Life’s too short not to experience healthy, fulfilling sexual intimacy with your beloved.
Quite commonly, people have developed hang-ups around sex, because we believe our issues are either specific to us or that they can’t be easily addressed. It can be really scary to get vulnerable enough to share our feelings and concerns, especially when we haven’t had healthy models for these conversations.
Listen to our sex podcast wherever you are
The beauty of Foreplay – Radio Sex Therapy is it’s a sex podcast that you can listen privately, anonymously, and from the safety and security of your home. Or while you’re running. Or grocery shopping. Or commuting. Doesn’t really matter because no one will know but you.
Our hope though, is that you’ll quickly hear that there are lots of others with similar questions to yours, there’s no shame is talking about these topics, and these small acts of bravery are worth their weight in gold.
Foreplay Radio Sex Therapy for Couples is a sex podcast will transform your self-limiting beliefs about sex. As you listen, issues that used to hang you up start to normalize. You’ll get expert relationship advice on how to talk to your partner about sex and why body image has become the biggest disruptor for derailing sex and desire. There’s also an entire episode devoted to sex after kids. Explicit help for oral sex is given on our cunnilingus and fellatio episodes.
If you suffer from anxiety, you’ll want to listen into episode 151, where the doctors unpack the vicious cycle of sex and anxiety and how to deal with it so you can get back to enjoying intimacy and passion with your partner. In fact each episode has sex tips that can benefit everyone, no matter your personal relationship advice needs.
More than just advice
The sex podcast Foreplay Radio Sex Therapy for Couples offers more than just the experience and preferences of a couple of random podcasters You’ll get expert advice from two clinical experts. Laurie Watson, a certified sex therapist and a licensed marriage counselor loves talking about sex. In fact she wrote a book called Wanting Sex Again, has been featured on Psychology Today and WebMD, lectures at Duke and UNC Chapel Hill medical schools and directs a clinic with offices in three cities. Dr. Adam Mathews is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a licensed professional counselor and owner of Mathews Counseling. He’s also a fellow and supervisor for the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and is currently the president of the North Carolina Marriage Family Therapy Association.
With both a male and female perspective, along with therapeutic expertise, this really is one of the best sex podcasts available right now. Join the thousands of followers that listen every week and rate and review us to share with others the way this best sex podcast is changing your sex life.
We’re confident that you’ll never need another sex podcast once you’ve listened to us. If you’re looking for ways to demystify your sex life, how to be good at sex, and get valuable long-lasting relationship advice in the process – give Foreplay – Radio Sex Therapy for Couples a try. Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher, or stream directly from the Foreplay archive. Seriously, aren’t you worth 20-30 minutes of mind-blowing expertise?