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The Horniest NSFW Podcasts You Can Still Find on Apple

They may not be well advertised, but like the rest of the internet, podcasts can be hot to trot, too

If 30 percent of all data transferred on the internet is porn, there’s gotta be a decent amount of horniness even among the seemingly non-horny medium of podcasts. At the moment, the top podcasts in the country include The Joe Rogan Experience, news show The Daily, by the New York Times, and series about both the D.C. Sniper and Jeffrey Epstein. These clearly aren’t exactly the sexiest topics, but fear not — there’s still randiness to be found elsewhere. Here are the best and most popular NSFW podcasts.

You probably won’t locate them by combing through the “Browse” section of your podcast app, though, because Apple — a notoriously prudish company — won’t promote them beyond placing them in the “Health” section. While some episodes of the shows below might make it to the top charts organically, you’re gonna have to hunt down most of the smuttier stuff yourself. Anyway, here’s what’s currently active, alive and horny (but like, not necessarily good) on Apple’s podcast app…

The NSFW Podcast for Horny Frat Bros and Sorority Sisters: Call Her Daddy 

The Call Her Daddy podcast from Barstool Sports is essentially a recording of the kind of locker room talk women have with each other. Which is to say, it’s raunchy as hell. Hosts Alex Cooper and Sofia Franklyn aren’t necessarily qualified in any particular way (their podcast is technically classified as comedy, rather than health) other than being young, hot and having a lot of sex. It’s basically the kind of toxic masturbatory material you’d expect the Barstool bros to green-light, but it’s worth noting that the podcast has carved out its own strong following, particularly among college-aged women. It’s essentially sex positivity taken to the extreme, where cheating and emotionally messy hookups are fine, so long as the girl cums, too. 

The duo discuss all the finer details of their sexual exploits, as well as their best advice for giving sloppy head, attempting anal and taking pictures of your vulva. They also talk about their personal lives and dating, but they always end the episode with questions from listeners, all of which are typically extremely horny. The most recent episode covers the different ways guys and gals fuck up when meeting their new partner’s friends and families; girl-on-girl action as a party trick; and includes a graphic explanation of having sex on a giant beanbag chair, among other escapades. It’s super heteronormative, occasionally misogynistic and promotes sex as something without consequences, but if the numbers they do are any indication, Call Her Daddy is — for better or worse — defining the way young people today hook up. 

The Podcast for People Taking a Break From Actual Porn: The Pornhub Podcast With Asa Akira 

The title says it all: It’s a podcast hosted by legendary pornstar Asa Akira, created by the largest porn platform on the planet. It’s actually far more educational than it is erotic, with episode topics like whether porn causes erectile dysfunction; a rectal surgeon’s guide to anal; and insider details of the porn industry. In some ways, it actually makes porn less sexy by taking away its mystery. Still, listening to Asa Akira discuss anything sex-related is an inherently horny experience. 

The NSFW Podcast for Anyone With a Body: Shameless Sex

Shameless Sex promotes “unabashed, pleasure-focused sexuality education,” hosted by sex educator Amy Baldwin and sex-toy mogul April Lampert. They’re democratic in their discussions, offering insight for people of all genders, body types and ages (18+, of course). In a recent episode, they discuss how someone who recently underwent a surgery that removed some of their penile tissue can still give and receive pleasure. That topic itself might not seem very hot, but it’s just a blip in the 140 episodes available, and exemplifies how the podcast challenges and expands the boundaries of how people can experience pleasure. Basically, the entire show is about people from all walks of life being horny. And who can’t relate to that?

The Podcasts for the Woke: The Sexually Liberated Woman and Inner Hoe Uprising

While Shameless Sex is pretty woke itself, it can feel geared a bit more toward older folks. And while Call Her Daddy is geared more toward people in their early 20s, the Barstool-ish-ness of the show can definitely be off-putting. The Sexually Liberated Woman and Inner Hoe Uprising both present a solution to these gaps. The former is hosted by “sexuality doula” Ev’Yan Whitney, who embraces sex positivity with a more critical approach, discussing cannabis, black liberation and trauma, to name but a few topics covered by the show. Run by four queer women, Inner Hoe Uprising is a bit more fun and wild in the way of Call Her Daddy, but still holds an LGBTQ+-specific approach.

The Kink-Friendly Podcast for Extremely Horny Grandmas: Kiss Me Quick’s Erotica Podcast

This NSFW podcast is literally just fictional erotic stories, with each episode a 30-minute or so story read by a soft-voiced woman named Rose Caraway. Although the stories are somewhat vanilla, focusing primarily on straight sex, there are some added kinks like gangbangs and cuckolding imbued in many of the episodes. They’re also extremely graphic — no euphemisms about a man’s “rod” or “sword” here. It’s honestly a surprise that this podcast has yet to be taken down by Apple Podcast: Per content guidelines, podcasts cannot depict graphic sex, but that’s basically all that this podcast does. It can be a little cringe at times, but the stories themselves aren’t too bad, especially if it’s, y’know, been awhile.