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By Steve V. Rodriguez

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A weekly podcast with host Steve V. Rodriguez, his sidekicks Jeremy Ross Lopez, or Steve Carpenter and special guests where the conversation is about gay sex. Every Tuesday a different topic related to gay sex is dissected, argued and explored in all it's hilarity, insight and joy by the panel. @talkaboutgaysex #TAGS

Customer Reviews

Great or annoying, no middle ground.

Good: topics, interesting guests, body/sex positivity, different co hosts, no topic is taboo,
episodes are hit or miss, but when its good, its great!

Bad: main host uses filler words like "um, yknow, like" wayyyyyy too much, almost every other word and talks about himself constantly, often from the highest possible angle. maybe tone it down and let others speak. Needs more concise thoughts instead of jumping around and not finishing sentences. there can be more view points than just from the few hosting that all seem to do the same things in terms of sex and hookups.


I found this podcast randomly online. Seemed interesting. Glad this is out there but the hosts don’t really prepare for their topics so they often drop “advice” that is too generalized or even wrong. The guest help set them right though.

My other pet peeve is that Steve says “like” way to often.

This podcast probably is more interesting for younger guys.

Inane, unfocused.

I tried so hard to enjoy this podcast for about six months, but the conversations are not about the posted topic ever. Most episodes meander about the host’s interactions at the bar that week. Was hoping for frank honest talk, but the conversations muddle along in vagueness, innuendo, and information-free blather. I rarely write a review, but this podcast is weak.

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