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5 Queer Babes & a Dad: An Unhinged Pride Podcast

June 06, 2023 She Explores Life Season 2
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What happens when five queer bitches and a Dad gather for a round table discussion on Pride, identity, and sexual experiences?  In this special Pride episode, Locker Room Talk & Shots Podcast Hostess Annette Benedetti sits down with a group of her closest queer friends including Oneida, Ashley, Andi (AKA Dad), Courtney, & Schareane, and listens to their coming out stories. Everyone shares what they felt the first time they went down on a woman. And let's not forget the importance of Pride Month, providing queer babes like us a chance to be seen and celebrated for who we truly are.
As we wrap up this episode, we discuss our goals for the future and the impact of Pride on our lives. We agree that queer identity can look different for each of us, and that's something to be celebrated. So grab a glass of Ashley's "Out and Proud" cocktail and join us as we fight the patriarchy one female orgasm at

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What happens when five queer bitches and a Dad gather for a round table discussion on Pride, identity, and sexual experiences?  In this special Pride episode, Locker Room Talk & Shots Podcast Hostess Annette Benedetti sits down with a group of her closest queer friends including Oneida, Ashley, Andi (AKA Dad), Courtney, & Schareane, and listens to their coming out stories. Everyone shares what they felt the first time they went down on a woman. And let's not forget the importance of Pride Month, providing queer babes like us a chance to be seen and celebrated for who we truly are.
As we wrap up this episode, we discuss our goals for the future and the impact of Pride on our lives. We agree that queer identity can look different for each of us, and that's something to be celebrated. So grab a glass of Ashley's "Out and Proud" cocktail and join us as we fight the patriarchy one female orgasm at

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Annette:

Do the sex. Hi, this is Annette Finnadetti, your hostess for a locker room talk and chocks, the podcast that likes to think of itself as the queer NPR of raunchy women's sex talk. You are about to sit in on the kind of conversations women have on their girls' nights out or behind closed doors, while enjoying delicious drinks and dishing about sex. Think, fun, honest and feminist as fuck, and always with the goal of fighting the patriarchy. One female orgasm at a time. Welcome to the locker room.

Annette:

Today's locker room talk topic is Five queer bitches and a dad, and if you are on my YouTube channel, annette Finnadetti, you can try to figure out who the dad is, and if you are on my triple X podcast, this is going to be a treat for you. So, yeah, today I'm going old school Listeners who have been here from the beginning are going to appreciate this. This is a round table talk, it's live with my queer friends And this is my Pride podcast, and I've got a bunch of queer babes here to talk about being gay or lesbian or bisexual or whatever. We've got a mix and match. So I'm going to get us started, because there are six of us And this is kind of the biggest group I've had in, probably a year.

Annette:

So I'm going to have us go around the table. You guys all know who I am. I'm going to introduce them. If you want to go and see who everybody is head over to YouTube And we are going to do our best to not talk over each other And even though we're hilarious in general when we're all together, we interrupt each other. But we're going to try and make this clear for you because we know, listeners, that you want to know what it's like to be a lesbian, a bisexual woman, a dad, hello. So we're going to start with Oneda.

Speaker 4:

Oneda, i would like you to tell the listeners about yourself and what is your identity. My name is Oneda. I don't really know what my identity is, just because I don't like labels in general but like for general population. I don't fucking know. I like all people. I like humans. I'll put anything in my mouth.

Annette:

I mean, she put me in her mouth this last weekend, so I did.

Speaker 4:

Pansexual, if you will. I mean, if you're a human and you're beautiful and you're great and you're wonderful, I'll put you in my mouth.

Annette:

Oh, there you go, lucky listeners may end up in Oneda's mouth. Maybe really the round table should be. who has made it there already? I know there is a couple of us. So what's really going to be great about this podcast and I meant to say at the beginning is the L word has nothing on this fucking group. That's just the reality. This is way more fun than that. So to my left, we have the lovely Shereen. Shereen, introduce yourself and tell us about your identity and anything else you want to tell us.

Speaker 6:

My name is Shereen, as Anessa, and I'm so excited to be here and with these amazing people, because they're my first queer community and it feels amazing to be part of it, and I identify as bisexual, but I'm much in the same boat as Oneda Lovely people in my mouth, please And I also play the harp, so Yeah, that bodes well for people who get to enjoy her fingers, And you all know Courtney, who was my resident lesbian.

Annette:

but now I'm going to let Courtney, who is going to tell us what her sexuality is and who has enjoyed Shereen's lovely fingers, tell you. That's what she's speaking of. Yeah, speaking of. Introduce yourself, tell you, what are you identifying as now? Are you still my resident? What are you?

Speaker 5:

I prefer women.

Annette:

I like it when you say it like that You prefer women, but on occasion A big slip son. I mean it happens to the best of us, all right. And then on Courtney's left we have Ashley. Hello Ashley, tell our listeners about yourself.

Speaker 2:

I identify as bisexual, but I definitely lean more lesbian. I prefer the clitoris, yeah.

Annette:

Yeah, yes, and and Ashley has made it into Oneda's mouth That I didn't know about. That was new news to me.

Speaker 4:

Not her clitoris, but She wishes I don't but okay.

Annette:

See, this is what happens, guys. This is how it gets complicated, however, ashley Two out of this group.

Speaker 2:

however, I was going to.

Annette:

The guessing game tonight is going to be which two have have had Ashley in their mouth. Anyways, i'm going to give you a hint if you're on YouTube. The second one is a way three.

Speaker 4:

Because three.

Annette:

Ashley is with dad. Hi, that was the most dad high ever. So to Ashley's left is Andy. Andy, also known as a K a dad, daddy to a few very lucky individuals. Andy, you tell me listeners about him.

Speaker 3:

Well, I discriminate the most and I am a lesbian as most lesbian as you can get Gold star guys gold star, That's right.

Annette:

And we're going to get to what that means. We're not going to talk about that now, but I do think I want part of our podcast to be defining what that means to be a gold star. Courtney is not a gold star. Anything else that you want to tell the listeners about you, dad.

Speaker 3:

Not that I can think of.

Annette:

Yeah Well, you're going to want to go to triple X. Trust me, you're definitely going to want to know more, but we will be recording that after this podcast. So, guys, we actually have a real drink like the old days, and Ashley made them. Ashley is our bartender and actually at our very queer parties that we have regularly, ashley is the bartender mixologist and she is so fucking good at it. She has given me cocktail lounge level cocktails at home and tonight she mixed our drink. She picked it and mixed it and it is the out and proud and it's beautiful. It's purple and what all colors is it? before we've been drinking for a while.

Annette:

It's. It's a rain, a kind of a rainbow of colors. It's not a rainbow, but it's a layered drink and we've been drinking it. But we're going to raise our glasses and then we're going to start talking about being queer and probably sex. Cheers, cheers. All right, guys. I'm going to start with like pride. Pride is about being out and proud. Does anyone disagree with that? No, no, no. I mean we could go around the table about the definition of pride, but I think that's boring. But I do want to talk about something that I think we've, as a group, been talking about a lot today and something as a bisexual woman that I run into a lot.

Annette:

I have found that people ask me as a bi woman a lot, especially, i'm currently in a primary relationship that is heterofacing. Everybody here has met my, my partner And I get asked a lot like why doesn't matter? Why? basically, why does pride month matter? Why do people need to know what I do in bed? I mean, other than the fact this is how I make money in bed, i'm not against it, but no, why? why does it? why? why do people need to know what you do in bed? really, yeah, yeah, courtney, weigh in. I get asked this question a lot. They're like About why? why people need to. Yeah, why do you think it's weird?

Speaker 5:

though a share I mean because, like we wouldn't be able to be out and proud and Anything, if there weren't a pride right. Like we wouldn't be able to be open and be who we are if it weren't for gay pride.

Annette:

Right. But people ask the question Like why? like this is and I am saying this is what I've heard and what I get asked. People ask Why does it matter if people know who you're fucking in bed, Andy?

Speaker 3:

Well, i have something to say about that, because that is one thing that people always say is Something about you and what you're doing in bed, and it is way bigger than that, 100%. so it's not about who I'm fucking, it's about who I am loving that I happen to be fucking Right and I love that Thank you.

Speaker 6:

I've never heard that actually.

Annette:

I love that and and it's bigger than that I try to explain to people Because it, like our sexuality, comes into all areas of our life. If we're in conversation with people and like in it, like let's talk about the workplace, how many times have people been standing around Watching a video or whatever, being like oh, they're so hot, or or you know those conversations and they expect me to only respond to Like men as attractive, like our everyday conversations are affected by our sexuality, right, and if people, if you can't be who you are openly, then it affects your conversations, how you pictures you put up in your Officer, go ahead it affects your excitement too, i've noticed, because I'll be really excited about something and then, if I'm not out to the person, they'll be like what's going on in your life, what are you really excited about?

Speaker 6:

and I'm grasping at other things and trying to fill the void with other things, and what I really want to say is I'm really stoked about this person and this part of my life and it feels like They're missing a part of your life and you're. You're not allowed to like, share it and and and they're not seeing the full you, obviously, but they're also not seeing the most, the very most excited you, potentially.

Annette:

Right, you can't be authentic.

Speaker 4:

I think that a lot of people only go to sex and don't understand the full concept. Like when, when you're in a heterosexual relationship and it's just like, oh my god, there's no, okay, what I love. Like that's stupid, you know. But like two women can't be cute in love. Also, it has to be about like fucking bumping uglies, like that's all it's about. Like, how do you get off? How does this happen?

Speaker 4:

I've gotten off the best with a fucking woman as opposed to a man, so like, sorry about it, you know it just sorry, sorry, not sorry like it, just like it just leads always with sex and then it literally has Well, not nothing, but like it doesn't have a lot to do with it. It has a lot to do with, like just the relations.

Annette:

Right, right. And I think, like for me, my sexuality, like I think people try to to separate sexuality from everyday life, sure, and it's so interwoven With every aspect of everyday life. I mean for me, but I'm also a horny bitch.

Speaker 5:

So I hope so.

Speaker 4:

Aren't we all horny bitches at this table every day?

Annette:

Who at the table is already horny. I Mean I always am, but that's my life. Dad was not horny out of everybody at the table.

Speaker 3:

I just didn't raise my hand. Maybe I didn't feel like disclosing that information.

Speaker 2:

I mean, she's made something else with her hand.

Speaker 4:

All right.

Annette:

I'm gonna start asking. I want to know when each of you came out. I'm gonna start with that When did you come out?

Speaker 3:

22 years ago, when I was 18, and why, Well, at the time I was living in Boise, idaho, which is a very conservative state, and I was in the middle of getting ready to move to go to college, and it was feeling like I had been suffocated for many years, not being able to be who I wanted to be, not being able to go to prom with who I wanted to go with, and so I was going to move to Eugene, oregon, which is a much more liberal area, and so I could feel the sense of relief coming, and so at that point I felt like I could say who I was and I could move and I could be that person. And so at that point was just a very big turning point for me and I just was able to feel safe enough to come out.

Annette:

Okay, and were you accepted when you came out, or was it a struggle?

Speaker 3:

It was a struggle. Yeah, i lost most of my friends. Some of them came back after many years, but, yeah, i lost a lot of my friends. My family is Not Mormon, but they were until I was five, and so all my extended family's Mormon. And that was Really hard because my parents, while they weren't in the church anymore, they'd still had a lot of those same like morals, and so I had a lot of issues with them at first.

Annette:

Yeah, that's hard, ashley, when did you come out?

Speaker 2:

so my journey has been kind of interesting in that I think I always had some interest in women, but I didn't really like realize or understand it for myself for many years. And my late husband used to Tell me that he felt like I was a lesbian All the time throughout our marriage and I get really like offended by that. I don't know what you're talking about. He's hidden, he would tell me, be like I think you're just, you connect better with women and I just feel like you're a lesbian. And to me I felt like that was really like like he was attacking me.

Speaker 2:

And then after well, really right as At the time that he passed away, was when I had an experience with a woman and started accepting that like, oh yeah, no, i, i have always had interest in women and, given the circumstances of how he passed away and a lot of really Dark things that were going on in my life, that's when I came out, which was almost nine years ago, and It was pretty well accepted by my family and friends, because they will one, they're just really supportive people.

Speaker 2:

And also I kind of went through this transition of like, oh, make sense that you wouldn't trust men and you to go to women. So I think that that was like kind of like a built-in thing for people to like give me support in that way. My grandfather, who is a very right-wing conservative Christian man it was a little bit harder for him and We went through a short period of time where we didn't speak and now I just don't share, find details of my life. It's kind of like don't ask, don't tell. But For the most part coming out was pretty easy for me.

Annette:

Yeah, so also, i think listeners should know that Ashley and Andy are having a wedding in Ireland on August 30th, that I am going to be actually all of us. All of us are going to Ireland to watch them get married in a cast castle. I will be posting lots of videos and photos. So, yeah, they are definitely out and proud. But I would like there's something you said that I thought was interesting. Now you said People accepted it and part of the thing that they kind of said was like oh, you have obvious reasons not to trust men. But And correct me if I'm wrong was that really what played into it or was it just that you Like? you like pussy?

Speaker 2:

I think it was just timing, but really I'm just, i mean, i think I just in it through it, i realized it just like pussy.

Annette:

There, there, and whatever people need to think so that you can freely love the pussy is what works right. Yes, now, courtney, have we talked about you're coming out? I feel like maybe, but let's read Yeah, that's right, you. You've been pretty saucy on some of our past podcast with me, so I don't remember either. How old are you when you came out? 15?, 15 years old. Ha, what age did you know that you were queer?

Speaker 5:

I think that's what I knew.

Annette:

At 15. You're like I'm fucking gay. I.

Speaker 5:

Yeah, I mean I had like a serious fucking crush on a friend and And so you ran home and you're like I'm gay. Well, no, I told my brother and my best friend because I was crushing hard on somebody and they were like, yeah, we know, It's like fuck you guys. Fuck you guys. Like you didn't tell me, like I didn't know, like I'm just having this crush. Now I'm like hard and I'm like, oh shit, yeah, like I'm fucking gay.

Speaker 5:

Like I messed around with guys and like had like little boyfriends or whatever. It was not like that at all.

Annette:

I mean, she's had little boyfriends. That is a gay thing to say. All right, now I'm excited about this one. I'm gonna be honest with you, shereen. I love you, shereen. Shereen and I, i feel like there are a lot of similarities in our experiences And so we've had some really deep conversations and I'm curious, i don't, i don't know. I know your story, but I don't know a lot. Actually, all of you, like I've never gotten to like dig deep into how we got to where we are today. Okay so, shereen, i know Shereen because I met her through Courtney and all everybody. Actually, courtney has hooked me up with all these bitches. She's like my pimp, hopefully. But Shereen, i don't know. Like let's talk about you. Where did it all start?

Speaker 6:

Well, i feel like a lot of my coming out is happening this year. to be honest, i oh, cheers to that. Yeah, fuck, yeah Around the end of the year.

Speaker 6:

last year I just I wanted to be more real with everybody my friends and my family and then, directly after that, I met Courtney early January and we it I wouldn't say it forced the issue, but it just made me excited about sharing with everyone and I got to do it. So a lot of my coming out has happened this year in front of my family and friends, But I think my original coming out happened in 2015, when I told my husband that I wanted to be with other people, and specifically with women, and I didn't want to wait to do that.

Annette:

And how did he take that? I've met her husband, by the way, he's a rad dude. How did he take that, though, when you asked, when you, when you said that to him?

Speaker 6:

Um, i think he was excited and also cautious. I think you know we were scared together.

Annette:

Yeah.

Speaker 6:

Scared together because we wanted to be together and grow together and experience life. but it's scary. you know, we've been together since I met him when I was 17 and we got married when I was 21 and we've only had each other like literally and really only, and we've only been together, and so it felt really scary to invite other people into that, not knowing how that would affect us and how we'd feel about other people, and so it felt really scary. but we did it together and he was excited for me to experience a part of myself that felt like incredibly important And, like we were saying earlier, not just sex, like it's a part of who I am.

Annette:

Right, it's not. I think that a lot of times people think it's just about sex, but it is so much more right. It's like who we hang out with, who we text when we have something to talk about, who you know, i mean who we turn to, who's going to see us. You know who's going to see me for me.

Speaker 6:

And how we express ourselves. Like I noticed, hi kitty, i've noticed it's changed a lot of how I express and how I feel comfortable expressing like I feel, like I can express all of myself by being out, because I am all of myself like for real.

Annette:

It's being authentic. Yeah, absolutely, You are our most the most recently out of all of us.

Speaker 6:

Well, I'm not out to my family so I'm not totally out, or my husband's family.

Annette:

So I'm totally out. I feel like if any of them are listening to this, then you know everyone's keeping secrets in the family.

Speaker 4:

Thanksgiving is going to be so exciting.

Annette:

Oh, okay, Okay.

Speaker 4:

I have always known that I was confused.

Speaker 2:

No, I don't believe you.

Speaker 4:

No, i have. I was the cheerleader who dated the quarterback in high school, who was the prom queen, who was the homecoming queen. Like I was that literal stereotypic girl I made out with a prom queen.

Speaker 2:

Me too, me too.

Speaker 5:

Some things never change. Me too. I got damned. Damn it, man, i didn't Damn Me.

Speaker 4:

Coming soon. Coming soon, so like growing up for me was I had this title to hold, right, i was supposed to be this heterosexual person and then I kissed girls all the time in secret places, and all of my long-term relationships have always been men. So, like all of my relationships you know, three years, seven years, 10 years like all of them have always been men.

Annette:

Still To date, yeah.

Speaker 5:

How long was Melissa Two?

Speaker 4:

years. Melissa was two years And then Dylan before that was 10 years.

Speaker 5:

So he was Dylan's a dude.

Speaker 4:

So Dylan's a dude? yeah, so I fully, i fully, right. I can honestly say I fully came out in all of my glory, in all of my I don't give a fuck who you think I am in 2017. So what? five years I've only been out All right. Six years, six Fine.

Speaker 2:

Fuck you, i didn't say anything So six years.

Speaker 4:

Thanks, ashley, for the math. I've been fully out, fully in my authentic fucking underwear.

Annette:

A lot of people have seen her in her underwear at this table. I have not Nice.

Speaker 4:

Young babe, we have time, you have time. So I mean coming out, just, i feel like just depends on, like, what it is for the person, because all of my hetero friends were like, yeah, fucking duh, of course you're gay, of course you like people. And I feel like, because all of my long-term relationships were men, that's what was expected of me versus anything else. So that's what. And I feel like that's kind of why I don't care for labels. I feel like that's why, like, what is a label? at this point in time? I just like humans. Yeah, everybody knows that's how I am too. Like I like attractive people, i like people.

Annette:

I like people. I like people.

Speaker 4:

I like attractive people, i like attractive people, yeah, yeah, and I mean it depends on who you ask, but sometimes, if they're not attractive, i'll still make out with you, if you know what a fucking kiss.

Annette:

Wow.

Speaker 5:

And it's like hold on, hold on, wait a minute. The microphone.

Annette:

Just when I was feeling good about myself.

Speaker 3:

She was talking about the DJ last week. Yeah, don't worry about it.

Annette:

Yeah, wait, you tried to make out with a DJ last week. Yes, what Did you not see?

Speaker 4:

her The worst DJ I ever on. Yeah. OK can we talk about it for 2.5 seconds? Wait, wait, wait. I was taking one for the fucking team.

Speaker 2:

She was.

Speaker 4:

I was taking one for the team.

Speaker 2:

Ok, I'd like to back her up on this. Usually I don't back her up.

Speaker 3:

Bullshit But.

Speaker 2:

I will right now, but she was totally trying to take one for the team to get some good beats playing.

Annette:

But she was unsuccessful. We did go to Les Prom. It was a mixed bag.

Speaker 4:

It was a mixed bag. It was a mixed bag.

Annette:

It was a mixed bag. Now we know, Ohnita, we'll take one for the team. I love that.

Speaker 4:

I love my friends. I will do anything for my friends, OK.

Annette:

All right so here is what I really want to know What was your feeling, thought, emotion, the first time you saw a pussy and got to touch it? Andy, go.

Speaker 3:

You know, I think I was so sheltered, I was scared. I don't think that. for me it was like Oh my God, this is so amazing. That took me a little warm up Is anybody fucking like this is so amazing.

Speaker 4:

I feel that now, yeah, well now, but like your first pussy, like you're like yeah, i don't know, ok.

Annette:

So, andy, andy, you're like, i was scared. I had a warm up. How many pussies did it take to get to the, to the good stuff? Four, now, you know. Four pussies in Four pussies in. All right, wait, wait before we move to. To Ashley and we're. What is it for? different pussies or four encounters with a pussy before you were like fuck.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, good question, i love it. Ok, i'm going to change my answer. I'm going to say two, two people, the third one. I was like, OK, this is great, but that it was. it was specific to the person.

Annette:

All right, wait, wait. So it's not about the pussy, it's about the person. The pussy is on.

Speaker 3:

Well, i mean, isn't that the same thing? It wasn't that it was like oh, this person is so great that their pussy has to be really amazing. It was just that the sex was really good, probably for the first time for me. Did you feel more comfortable with that third person? No, and I only slept with her one time. Oh okay, but I think she was very comfortable and it made me feel very comfortable.

Annette:

All right. So I would like to summarize. Listeners, i think that you'll find this interesting. Not all the time do we dive into sex with, and you wouldn't maybe have been brought to believe that after listening to me talking about fucking women. Sometimes sex with another woman isn't mind blowing. That's rare, but somebody does get off Usually. All right, ashley, i want to know hey, i'm going to walk through this with you How old were you when you saw your first pussy in person that you were going to touch and play with? that wasn't yours 27?. So nine years ago, almost nine years ago, when it unfolded in front of you and you were like I get to do this And I was scared and I didn't enjoy it or like even really do anything with it And tell Ambien one night.

Speaker 2:

Here's the thing Ambien Ashley is a good time. So I've heard. I mean, i'm like there, but I'm not quite sure what's going on completely in the moment, until the day after. When people tell me, oh, you said this or you did that, i'm like, oh yeah. And so, yeah, the first time I was like, oh, pussy, it was Ambien Ashley, which is like a version of me, just with all the walls down.

Speaker 3:

Very honest.

Speaker 2:

And very honest.

Annette:

yes, I can't imagine a more honest fucking version of you.

Speaker 2:

What does that look like? Amazing Courtney, you haven't even met Ambien. Ashley, i'm doing it.

Speaker 4:

God, you cannot, you can't imagine. I will fucking tell you.

Speaker 3:

Sounds like we need a slumber party. Ambien Ashley will yell at you if you don't sing her a lullaby when she's trying to fall asleep.

Speaker 5:

All right.

Annette:

All right, all right, i'm going to re-listen. So, ambien, ashley met a pussy and was like amazing, and then you went to work on it Now. So then did that mean that then this?

Speaker 2:

so the next time when you were just Ashley, Yeah, then it was like I knew I did it and I was fine and it was yummy and I just wanted to keep doing it.

Annette:

What is? did it mean?

Speaker 2:

Does that mean that? Well like that I went, like you know, down and with my mouth Yeah, it was. It was really scary.

Annette:

Yeah, yeah, yeah. So I yeah, we've got two scaries. It was scary And I think that is common and I think this is great for the Pride podcasts. I think a lot of a lot of women, when they encounter a pussy or consider it because there's no like media around it, no education around it, you're like what is that going to be like? However, courtney, and surprisingly, I was so excited. Tell us about this first experience and make a clip.

Speaker 5:

I was 15. Not the first crush that I came out about, but another girl and I went to have a sleep over her house and she wore this like sexy little, like fucking practically a teddy outfit. How did you even have that 15?

Speaker 4:

I'm fucked up.

Speaker 5:

It's fucked up. Yeah, she wore it on purpose. Get it girl, which I didn't know. But then you know, we were like giggling and laughing and I touched her and she like held me tight and I was like, oh shit.

Annette:

You were like oh shit. Now I was really excited to see her pussy and I saw her pussy.

Speaker 3:

And maybe that night.

Speaker 5:

How do you remember? I remember Lots of things.

Annette:

All right, but I want to know what happened when you saw the fucking pussy. That's what this is. I ate it Excitedly. What do you mean?

Speaker 4:

What's excited? I don't know.

Speaker 5:

What does that look like?

Annette:

All right, shereen, how, when did you see your first pussy that you got a touch?

Speaker 6:

In 2016,.

Speaker 6:

I was when we were, me and my husband, were starting to see other people, I we saw some couples and some women and I was with a few women then and I saw I dated a woman for a while and I remember being scary and also exciting and also I wasn't that into them And so it I wasn't. I was going through the motions of something I was excited to try but not excited to do with them And, truthfully, when I met Courtney, like this year, i felt a lot different because I was extremely excited about her. And so when I she's not my first pussy, but like it feels like that And she was the first person I was excited about seeing and who I think of, and I was really excited, right.

Annette:

I think that resonates sometimes, i think, especially when, as bi woman, who, who has been in heterofacing relationships and not been seen as queer, when you're trying desperately to be seen as queer, which Pride Month gives us an opportunity to do it's sort of like sometimes you're like, sometimes you're like I will just like anybody, give me the experience, like, give me the experience So I, you know, i know kind of where I stand on this thing And then, if you're lucky, you meet someone that you're like fucking like, oh yeah, like I'm really into you and I get the experience that.

Speaker 6:

I think that resonates completely different experience at that point.

Annette:

Yeah, for sure, for sure. Oh, nita, let's talk about your first pussy.

Speaker 4:

Okay, before we do that, like sex in general is scary, okay, it doesn't matter if it's a dick, it doesn't matter if it's a pussy, it doesn't matter if it's anything in between. Like sex is scary to learn about a fucking body Okay. With that said, learning about labia's, learning about circumcised, uncircumsticed, all of those things like learning about somebody's body is hard in general. I touched my first pussy vagina. I never liked the word pussy. I love the word Like I just was it moist?

Speaker 4:

It was moist. I have no problem with moist. So I touched my first vagina in high school not under the bleachers, but in high school. So it wasn't like mine and it was different. It might have been meaty, but also like I didn't know what I was doing because I didn't know that it was okay to touch. So that's why I was scared, so scared, i guess my first encounter. But then later in life, back in 2017, i like dove right in. It didn't matter, it didn't fucking matter, like whatever was going to happen was going to happen. Was I scared? Yeah, maybe, but also like my fear, my excitement, like horny overcome my fear. So it didn't matter. I knew what mine felt like And I knew what said high schoolers felt like, but it didn't matter. So I just dove right in and I was super excited and maybe a little bit rambunctious, if you will.

Speaker 6:

That's not the worst.

Speaker 4:

Right.

Annette:

I can't. Imagine.

Speaker 4:

The person did tell me to slow down because I was mean A little more excited than they were used to, But like so, in one word, I guess, to sum it up excited.

Speaker 2:

Yeah.

Annette:

Yeah, i see that in you. All right, i'm curious. One thing that I have talked about on this podcast several times is how I actually feel more confident fucking a woman than I do a man. Oh my god, i don't. I need to understand. I'm just like I know, like I assume you all generally feel similar things to me, even if I'm not doing it perfectly for you. But the point is like I know what you feel down there, like I don't know what a cock feels. I have zero confidence in my dick sucking skills.

Speaker 6:

I have socks that say I'm the best, i give the best blowjobs. I literally have the same, and my husband said I earned them. Quarney did too Quarney did too.

Speaker 4:

I feel like I honestly feel like it's the same, But also I am more confident with men because it's most of my mouthing experience.

Annette:

Also most of my experience, But I'm way better at going down on pussy, My, my, my, I like I, yeah, I, I, I.

Speaker 4:

I've never been shamed one way or the other, so I don't know. Yeah, i'm like how do you do?

Speaker 2:

I can attest. And that is good It's, it's like it's art, it's art, it's art, it's all in the It's art.

Speaker 4:

Motion.

Speaker 2:

Well, no, it's just like each individual is going to say like it's great, or one person might be like no, i didn't like how you did that. So really like Learning about somebody's body right. Yeah, so I might. maybe at one point I was good at sucking cock and maybe the next guy was like no, she was horrible. She has a really bad gag reflex. I don't know.

Annette:

But my but my question to you, Ashley, is what do you feel more confident at?

Speaker 2:

Oh, i feel more confident with the clitoris, for sure, yeah.

Annette:

Yeah, i just like and it's, and I have had a lot. And you know, it's funny because, again, my current partner is a penis owner and he is super confused by this thing. That, because I've said it on this podcast before, when I'm going down on a pussy I'm like I got this, Like I just and maybe, maybe, You're more confident on a woman than a man. Absolutely, and he didn't understand it until he saw it And he was like holy shit. And I'm like yeah right.

Speaker 4:

But how long have you been sucking dick as opposed to fucking sucking a clit?

Annette:

I have I've been with way more men. It's harder for me to be seen as queer in the queer community. Same, shireen, i want to know what are you more confident with? Are you more confident sucking dick or going down on a pussy?

Speaker 6:

Definitely sucking dick Yeah, thank you. Yeah, i have more experience for more people and years of doing that. I've been doing that since I was like 15.

Annette:

Right, yeah, that's fair.

Speaker 6:

And not that many women in very few years Right.

Annette:

Fair, fair, Yeah, Dad, Hey. So first of all, I don't. did we say at the beginning you're a gold star lesbian. We did say that We did. Can, will you just will you explain what a gold star lesbian is, dad?

Speaker 3:

A gold star is when you have not had penetrational sex with a man. Have you sucked?

Annette:

cock. So then you haven't sucked, cock. No.

Speaker 3:

I did for about 10 seconds when I felt like I was going to throw up and I asked him to drive me home when I was in high school.

Annette:

Right, right.

Speaker 3:

And I only did it because I felt like I was gay and I was scared And this was a way I was going to prove to myself that I was actually straight. And then I was like oh fuck, nope, not straight.

Speaker 5:

This is disgusting. I thought you were going to say like I was going to prove to myself that I was actually gay. like no, i don't like cock, but no, you're like trying to prove to yourself that you're straight.

Speaker 3:

Oh, I tried really hard to be straight. I tried for a long time.

Annette:

You tried to be straight.

Speaker 3:

In fact, i did try to have sex with my boyfriend in high school, but that ordeal lasted for maybe five minutes And then we decided not to And then both came out as gay.

Annette:

Oh wow, oh, that makes sense That you would have a gay boyfriend, yeah.

Speaker 5:

I guess I had a gay boyfriend, so did I.

Annette:

All right, so we're just going to do a show of hands at the table. Who feels more confident sucking cock? raise your hand right now. Two people.

Speaker 5:

I don't care about sucking cock, neither do I.

Speaker 4:

Like I've done it, i don't either. Don't care if I'm better at it, like don't care If it's going to fucking be in my mouth, because guess what I like body parts in my mouth. I honestly feel it depends on the person. For me, it depends on the person and the comfortability and what you will allow me to do to your body.

Annette:

All right, this has gone exactly how I expected it. I think it's about time to move on to triple X. So if you're curious about the true L love story taking place at the table, stay tuned because we're going to do triple X. But right now let's sum up our pride podcast. It is we are about to head into Pride Month And I think this is a really good time for us to talk about why we think pride is important, why the listeners should give a shit other than the fact that you can go out to the local parade and see all the hot like queer chicks, dad start. What are you going to do at Pride this month to celebrate?

Speaker 3:

Okay, so Ashley and I are in an open relationship, and what we like to do at Pride is take our wedding rings off and see who gets hit on the most.

Speaker 2:

I think dad's going to win. She always fucking wins.

Annette:

Yes, that's that. That comes at the end of the podcast. I didn't know that about you guys.

Speaker 5:

All right.

Annette:

So you know we're going to come back and we're going to. I want to do a follow up podcast with how it went pictures, please, and how that felt in the past. Have you done this in the past?

Speaker 2:

No, not yet.

Speaker 3:

We kind of did it last year, you did.

Speaker 2:

No, we had our rings on, but this one kept getting hit on. That's right. That's why I came up with the idea where I'm like fuck this, let's take her rings off And let's see who gets hit on more. I still think she's going to fucking win but whatever, we did.

Speaker 3:

try it at a different event, but we did.

Speaker 2:

All right, i have something to say. We did try it at a recent event and I did walk away with phone number.

Annette:

This with this individual.

Speaker 3:

What recent event.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, les Prom.

Speaker 3:

I don't think that that counts. Wow, that phone number wasn't for you, was it?

Speaker 2:

Ooh, they are texting me Okay.

Speaker 3:

They asked for the phone number and she texted first.

Annette:

I feel like that's a win, ashley, ashley.

Speaker 4:

I was a rejected. No one said you were.

Speaker 3:

I'm just teasing, You can win Okay thank you, and they were attractive.

Annette:

Yeah, they had big eyeballs and beautiful teeth. No pants. I don't even remember the question, but cornea is your turn. What is important about Pride to you and what is something that you want to do this Pride month? What is important?

Speaker 5:

to be out. I just thank my aunt this year for being out because she's 85 and she's my grandma's sister and she came out a long time ago and I feel like that was like it paved the way for me to be okay in my family and not be disowned Like I think that Pride is that's what it's about. And like being out and making more people aware of that just that's what Pride's about. Like so that other people can be out and be okay with their families.

Annette:

Good answer. Good answer. That's beautiful, that was great. Yeah, and it's true, shareen, do you have goals for Pride? What are your Pride goals? I mean, this is kind of your year, right.

Speaker 6:

It kind of is I'm excited to tell my mom I just told Courtney during a break I really want to tell my mom about her and about my love and it feels weird not to and it feels weird that I've waited so long and I know why and I know it's hard, It's real and it's hard, but it's an important part of my life and so I'm excited to tell my mom and my sister and everybody.

Annette:

Alright, that's a big deal. Shareen's going to tell her mom That's beautiful. I love that. That's so good. We'll follow up after.

Speaker 4:

Again, i can't fucking up Shareen. I'm lying, i'm always after her.

Annette:

I just feel like you probably do have some real Pride goals.

Speaker 4:

I don't think that I have real Pride goals, Oh really.

Annette:

Because I'm like how many women are you going to make out?

Speaker 4:

Wow, I don't necessarily have Pride goals. I feel like to answer the first part of the question. Pride is literally just that. It's Pride, However you as an individual hold your Pride is what needs to come out. There's no timeline on fucking shit. There's no like. You need to come out at this time. You need to fucking do this, You need to do that. It doesn't matter. Whatever your Pride is is what your Pride is. I always have the fucking goal of making out with 100 women a night.

Speaker 2:

She always succeeds.

Speaker 5:

Every weekend.

Speaker 2:

Like every day, every day.

Speaker 4:

That is always my goal. I love making out, and if you end up in my room and those two assholes fucking hear us, who cares? Pride is whatever is meaningful to you, on how you want to be Prideful for the month this year of July.

Speaker 2:

In Oregon In.

Speaker 4:

Oregon, it's July. If we want to make it June, if we want to make it fucking July, if you want to make it September, make it September, like whatever your Pride is, however, your timeline fucking fits you. But my goal To get phone numbers is to get Listen, okay, i don't have the most fucking confidence in life, i don't. It's really hard for me to go up to somebody and say, hey, you're pretty, can I have your number? Because it's going to sound not like that. So my goal I guess here fine, fine, you've got this.

Speaker 5:

I mean, it sounded good coming up just now. Well, yeah, but like, if I'm going to come up to you and I'm going to be, like Hi, my name's Zoneta and I. Did your phone number. I want your number. You do sound kind of creepy.

Annette:

I feel like a competition is coming.

Speaker 4:

Always in this fucking household. I feel like Pride, pride, i should get one phone number Done.

Annette:

All right, guys, i'm just telling you right now there is going to be a competition, And do not do that, because you know you're in. I want to know what the competition is.

Speaker 4:

I want to know what the competition is.

Speaker 2:

We'll discuss it and then we'll have a follow up podcast in August about how July Pride went down.

Speaker 6:

When you're with queer women, it makes you more queer. It does. It does, and it's lovely, you don't have to shave your head then, oh, we've got shirts coming down, but we don't, you don't have to shave your head in that I'm not, but I do think you look more. Until you do.

Annette:

I think that that, shireen, you look more queer than me because of your shaved head. It just got hot in here.

Speaker 2:

Okay, but do I look queer too, because of my short hair? Because you know I cut a lot of it off and there's a lot of emotions around it.

Annette:

No, no, so I cut it off or nothing. You just look extra pretty.

Speaker 3:

You look queer, because you're with me.

Annette:

That is so true, you are very true. All right, i'm so. I am so sorry. I'm so sorry, ashley, but you look really queer because you're with dad, okay.

Speaker 2:

All right guys, this like hey Pride podcast.

Annette:

Lets all cheers to Pride and head over to triple X, where we can talk about the sex.

Speaker 6:

The real shit.

Speaker 4:

The real shit. We need your drink.

Annette:

Yeah, we do. You want to know who's fucking who and what's going on in detail? That's my name. I am going to be digging down deep into what's going on in the bedrooms in this house and other houses in triple X, because how far do you want to dig in Dig?

Speaker 2:

Or who has fucked who I know him.

Annette:

I also want to know how everyone's fucking each other.

Speaker 6:

So we're going to go and have you use new presents, that sort of thing. I'm celibate, so whatever.

Speaker 3:

That's not what the walls say, Oh dad.

Annette:

Oh, somebody is. Daddy has already been whipped out on this podcast. But Courtney, i didn't see that coming. I have never heard Courtney say daddy before. Guys, cheers to Pride. Here it is, cheers to. Pride Cheers to.

Speaker 4:

Cheers to Cheers to Cheers to Oh and cheers to Titty Cheers to Titty Cheers to Titty Cheers to Titty Cheers.

Annette:

To my listeners. I will see you in the locker room. Cheers Ping-le, hoo, hoo, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha ha. Saucyагh应ур you.

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