Episode 58 | Cannibalism Fetish, Kegel Exercises For The Blind, Seizure Meds Suppressing Orgasms

Episode 58 | Cannibalism Fetish, Kegel Exercises For The Blind, Seizure Meds Suppressing Orgasms

Topics include a listener’s struggle with his gynophagia (aka Cannibalism Fetish), a blind couple asking for detailed verbal instructions for doing Kegel exercises, and a woman on seizure meds who might be incapable of feeling pleasure from her orgasms because of them.

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  1. Is the name of that movie “The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover?

  2. Hey guys, I just wanted to say I really appreciated the level of sensitivity and intelligent speculation with which you discussed the issue of cannibalism fetish. I am also a cannibal fetishist and cannibal artist. Like the guy who wrote in I have also had the fantasy since pre-puberty, which tends to be the case with most cannibal fetishists you talk to. I belong to a very large online community of like-minded people whom, by the way, are some of the nicest and most intelligent people I’ve ever met on an internet forum (and you’ve been to the average internet forum, you know that’s saying A LOT). It’s really good to know that there are people out there like you who can understand what it’s like to have these kinds of compulsions. If you or any of your fans would like to know more about the cannibalism fetish lifestyle or would like links to various related websites, shoot me a message on my deviantart page at charlienoodles16. Thanks!

    • Michael Collins January 14, 2014 at 3:06 pm · · Reply

      Hey Charlie, I’m the guy who wrote in. I’ve actually seen some of your work before and really appreciated it. It’s cool to know you’re also a listener.

  3. Triumphsliding December 29, 2013 at 1:38 am · · Reply

    Hi JV
    I am a male who had some kegel issue. I found a outstanding kegel resource for men on kegel exercise, and it’s explained in layman’s terms, it was from ‘ minuteman’ on the pegym forum web site. I found a lot of things other than kegels helpful there as well, it was taken with a grain of salt at first but holy f#ck am I ever a believer now. My wife and I have never in 21yrs marriage loved this new toy that I now sport , it’s bigger , harder , and go’s bang when I want it to.

  4. I also can orgasm, but have problems feeling the pleasure usually associated with it. Anti-depression medication also can cause that. That kind of orgasm is almost a letdown. It feels good, but I know what I am missing too! What kind of options may be available to assist with that?

    Also, I have a tight pussy, which has occasionally caused me pain during sex. After I finally got over the embarrassment of mentioning that to the OBGYN, she recommended seeing a specialized physical therapist. I am naturally a tense person and ended up having to have pelvic floor therapy to learn how to relax my Kegelsl. (The ironic thing is that my obgyn prescribed baclofen to help kickstart the relaxation process.) What you mentioned is what the therapist recommended regarding how to find your own Kegels- by starting and stopping the flow of urine.

    I have not had spontaneous orgasms, however by using those muscles I can extend the involuntary contractions during an orgasm! Nice stuff!

    Between anti-depressants, pelvic floor PT and a total hysterectomy during the last 14 months, our sex life had begun to stall in our 9-year relationship. You have added some fun and inspiration for me!

  5. Michael Collins January 14, 2014 at 3:15 pm · · Reply

    JV, the show you’re thinking of was an episode of the short-lived TV series The Hunger, produced by Tony Scott.


  6. Hi you guys. I’m so glad you’re back!

    After listening to the segment about the woman whose sexual response was being affected by her meds, I wanted to chime in about a point that I think was glossed over.

    The letter stated that she sometimes “gushed”, not squirted. As a gusher I can tell you that gushing, although it’s similar to squirting in that it’s generally a result of g-spot stimulation, is different in that it often doesn’t happen during orgasm. It’s not necessarily accompanied by any heightened feeling at all. The fluid just pours out during sex. (On a side note, I’ve seen men do a similar gushing from prostate stimulation that also was not linked to orgasm.)

    If she really is gushing and not squirting, the woman in question may actually not be orgasming at all, as you assumed in your response to her. She may not be able to get all the way there. Other signs and signals might be more telling: skin flush, clutching hands, muscle tensing, anus and vagina tensing and pulsing, some sense of relief, etc.

    I don’t know if this changes the approach to a solution, but I didn’t want to let the point go without mentioning it.

    (BTW, based on my experience and observation, I have a pet theory that gushing + orgasming = squirting. Anyone else have experience with this?)

    Thanks so much for the good work (and the naughtiness) you do.

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