Soul mates it's a beautiful ideal, but one listener is having doubts. Because isn't the job description of a soul mate to support us when we're low or need help and direction? Or is that too much of an ask? Shefali is an artist and she feels like her partner is becoming impatient of her dreams. Is this a warning sign about the relationship? Sibling hosts and the best intimacy coaches and agony aunts ever, Prem and Rogue have many angles to consider. What do you think? Is it an unconditional thing? Or can there be some strings attached to this soul mate business? Let us know what you think on social media or email after you listen to the episode!
What do you do when your ex wants to netflix and chill after having given you the cold shoulder for a year? Sibling hosts Prem & Rogue have a question from someone who is debating whether he should hook up with his ex to exact revenge. He wants to lead her on and then dump her cold. It's all very shady! But he hasn't quite decided what to do yet so he's asking LSDcast! There's no relationship potential, they're consenting adults, and sex with your ex is usually a great scenario but the agenda? You already know what Rogue's going to say here, but there ARE other shades to this story. And we do have some deeper advice for our listener who is contemplating "revenge" - a dish not very easy to handle in the cooking or the serving. So, clearly he should keep it classy. But how? Listen to hear more! Bonus: Prem and his story about hooking up with an ex.
Every frog you kiss can't turn into a prince(ss) so what do you do with the ones you're pretty sure are not going to be The One!? A listener after the hearts of LSDcast hosts Prem and Rogue -- the siblings who host this podcast and are your best intimacy coaches EVER -- asks about letting people go. Do you owe it to the person you don't want to date to give them closure? Does one need to spell it out that you're not interested? And why? Prem and Rogue discuss the scenarios: sometimes it's organic, and you're both on the same page. But, there are some times when you have to spell it out! Who's the douchebag in this scenario? Listen to the show to figure out how to make that call. (Or text. See what we did there?) Bonus: our mother makes a virtual cameo, with some sage advice!
Someone has a problem with coming across as an asshole. So he's being really nice to this girl he met off a dating app. After painting himself into a corner, he's not sure how to tell her that it isn't turning into a relationship. Enter Prem & Rogue, your existential agony bhaiya and didi, the siblings who double as intimacy coaches and give our listeners advice, primers and real life tips. What's our boy to do? Turns out there is a way he can turn this around. Listen to learn more. Plus a bonus on people who say things they don't mean, and stringing people along. Stay tuned. Prem & Rogue have the lowdown.
This week Prem & Rogue talk about whether there is such a thing as being TOO direct. Should you pledge your troth and let your crush know you want to ask her/him out because you really, really like them *that way*? Would that scare them off? Our listener tried it and the object of his affection ghosted on him. What's he doing wrong? Well he's obviously come to the right place. Your favorite sibling hosts and intimacy coaches are here to unpackage the situation for him and we've got instructions plus some do's and don'ts. Bonus: What to say when someone you barely know says, "I love you"!
We talk about rebounds and break ups on the show frequently. One of our listeners wrote in to say all that's fine, but Prem & Rogue, siblings extraordinaire, how long does it take to get over someone? Your favourite advice giving "intimacy coaches" talk about the popular algorithms, the TYPES of breakups and how long (relatively) each takes to recover from because of what's at stake - and stay tuned, Rogue really pulls Prem over the coals for his past relationships! (You may pick up on some tension: A lot of skeletons come tumbling out of that break-up closet.) Listen and tell us what you think! Do you have a recovery formula? How long did it take you and what kind of break up was it? Let us know - @lsdcast on social media.
Dating is hard enough anyway, but when there are pressures to look a certain way, what's a single person to do? Siblings and hosts Prem/Rogue wanted to know - is this a challenge? Guest Dhruvi Shah, who runs @AliceWandering on FB and has done on-camera blind dates, weighs in. We've got real life stories about boyfriend jeans, social pressure, double standards + practical tips on what to say and not to say, and real advice on seeing beyond skin-deep beauty. Tune in now. Tell your friends. And find us (and our FB live at www.facebook.com/alicewandering featuring Rogue) on social
Guys, guys, we needed a break because, you know, life! So here's a little roundup with details on some stuff coming up soon. We've got a facebook live event with @AliceWandering on FB who will host Rogue at 16:15 hours IST so if you're in India, do fire up your facebook and tune in. And we're letting you in on the topic for episode 64 (a full-length one) - where your favorite siblings, your most adored intimacy coaches will be back to talk about something a LOT of us normal human beings deal with. Or try to deal with. Meanwhile, email or ping us on social media. @LSDcast - Love, Prem/Rogue
In our increasingly socially connected work, online, if not offline, breakups can have ripple effects, when you share friends as a couple. What then, would Prem and Rogue advise? When you break up with a partner, do you also break up with their friends? Are there exception? Sibling hosts Prem & Rogue actually agree on the answer -- listen to find out what they think-- but come at it from different directions, unsurprisingly. What do you think? Who should do the unfriending, anyway? Let us know. Also, have you subscribed yet? Or sent in your questions? Do it now!:D
"Don't turn off the lights" says Enrique and at least one guy who wrote to us. Sibling, hosts Prem & Rogue talk about why women don't want the lights on during sex (and men do) -- and turns into a dialogue about body image, body positivity, and those sensitive spots (thigh gaps, jiggly tummies, stretch marks, we've got it all covered.) - how to talk about them, and how to deal with other people's sensitivities. How do you make someone feel sexy even when they have "flaws"? And should we just ditch the word "flaws" from our vocabulary totally and just accept that we're all different! Ok, ok, it's not all philosophy. Listen up, share your thoughts. Tell us what you think and if you have tips. LSDcast@sonologue.com or on social.
Recently the Indian twitterwebs exploded with a primer on how to do casual sex. And we thought we should broaden that conversation so joining your favorite hosts, your favorite siblings Prem & Rogue is our new best friend @naomi0_0barton who tells it like it is. Who supplies the condoms? Do you discuss STD's? Kinks? Do you just whip off your shirt when he asks you up for coffee? Do's, don'ts, taxis, oral, hotel rooms, and all the physical details you need to sort out for a night of fun and fullfilment with what Naomi calls "a rando" :D Boys and girls, listen up, because this is essential listening for life! Bookmark it and share it with everyone. And don't worry, we'll have Naomi back, she's a keeper. Send us your questions at email@example.com
Three years into a relationship that is solidifying into the next step of marriage, our listener wants to check with intimacy coaches and (totally self styled) love, sex and dating gurus Prem and Rogue if the little 'compromises' she's noticing mean she's going to end up unhappy? Her fiance has had her back until now, but her slightly regressive in-laws-to-be are gaining the upper hand _with_ his backing, right now. We're invoking Bollywood movies including some classics and yes, even, religion and socioeconomic status! We've got case studies of Runaway Bride scenarios as well as happy endings. But, enough about us, take a listen. And tell us if you've seen this happen even in the love-marriage scenario? Bonus: BOTH Prem & Rogue are singing on this episode. (facepalm)
This week on the show, Prem and Rogue (your favorite intimacy coaches and all round advice givers) have a situational analysis to unpackage for you. One listener sent over an entire email chain detailing what went down when he wrote his (now ex) long distance partner that he was moving on -- and it snowballed out of control. He's asked the siblings to check it out and tell him, the poor baffled boy, where he fucked up. Really. And you know how this goes! Prem and Rogue are more than happy to tell him how - so YOU can learn from his mistakes. Check it out. And there's a confession from one of the hosts about wanting to be the good guy in a bad situation. (Spoiler alert: yeah, not happening!)
We have a surprise on this show - a real life listener dropped in for a live recording - and we get the feedback and input we always beg you for! #WIN! So this time, Prem and Rogue are discussing and giving advice on rebounds - what IS a rebound? Is every relationship a rebound, finally? A listener has asked if we can assure her somehow that she's not being used by someone who's fresh out of a relationship. We've got some tips to tell what's what - your intimacy coaches are here. And we have our guest talking about being a rebounder or reboundee? And how to tell if someone IS rebounding. Ultimately, it's all one big game of pool with us ricocheting around the green felt table, isn't it? :D Download and listen.
This week, how do you stop someone from getting the wrong idea when they like you more than you like them? The agony siblings (no, they're not in agony, but they're not agony 'aunts' either) have a question from someone trying be a responsible adult after going on a blind date with someone who has higher expectations from the situation than he does. Of course, both Prem and Rogue are dealing with a similar dating situation each (What a coincidence!) and have gyaan - do you ghost? Do you trust the other person will pick up on your intent/interest from delayed texts? Or should you spell it out and put the choice to them about whether they want to be friends. Bonus: when Prem was rejected outright and when Rogue thought "pat jayega"
Prem and Rogue have a different kind of question today, well, it's more of a discussion actually. Someone we know is involved with a man who defines himself as polyamorous. They started out just hooking up, and his status was okay, but now, she has feelings for him, but he won't change. What do the siblings think of this, we were asked. Well, we tell you. And Prem doesn't hold back. Tune in Bonus: Would Prem ever date someone who defined herself as polyamorous? And we also discuss three-letter acronyms. No, they have nothing to do with anything, but don't let THAT faze you.
Today we've got a third party question :) Siblings Prem and Rogue, your favorite relationship and intimacy coaches, hear from a girl whose best friend is being manipulated and, dare we say it, used (!) by her partner. He makes things her fault, he gets his way by making her change things around. Our correspondent is worried and so are we. Prem seems more negative than Rogue, but you'll have to listen to find out why -- and tell us whom you agree with. Can things change? How much is self-esteem tied up with this? Oh, and bonus: When Prem was manipulated regularly by a girlfriend! All this and more on episode 53. Subscribe and also, do rate us on the Itunes store> Every little star counts!
So, is it a gender thing? We have a question from a listener whose partner never backs down and says those three magic words "I. Am. Sorry." -- Join siblings and your favorite intimacy coaches Prem & Rogue talk about whether it's conditioning or just that he's an asshole! It's more than a philosophical debate about nature versus nurture? Prem says either way, look for other ways he may be showing he's sorry. Rogue wants to know why the words are important. Is it for closure? What do you think? Why is it so hard to say sorry! Beliebers, chime in! And then we take a look at make-up sex making up, breaking up and the high of the drama. Lots to mull over; let off some steam, tune in! And leave us your feedback, too!
Whether you're doing it standing up or bent over backwards (refer to episode 50 on "acrobatic sex") there has to be an optimal duration for sex, right? In this episode, your hosts, irrepressible and often giggly siblings, Prem and Rogue take on the best times for sex. If it were an Olympic event, would you win gold? And what are the criteria for taking too little time, enough time, and too long, anyway? Discuss! Prem & Rogue have data for you (yes, Mr. Kinsey's in here with an update) and also bonuses: Fist massages! Men faking orgasm! Tips for speeding up a partner who's taking too long to cum All packed into one episode. You need it like yesterday.
It's episode 49 and this time we've got a humdinger of a show. Yeah! We're talking about asexuality (what is it? and why is it? and is it normal? and if our listener's girlfriend is asexual and it makes him insecure but the sex is good, is it a problem?) *deep breath* Come on over, we're taking it all on. And we're also talking about the rut of being with a partner who's just not that exciting anymore. Used to be that our listener and her partner couldn't wait to come home to each other and talk about everything under the sun; now it's all "Did you eat?" and "What did you eat?" Should she have a talk with him? Prem and Rogue, your intrepid hosts and self-styled intimacy coaches have plenty to say (although let's be honest, Rogue did a LOT of the talking in this episode!) Join us and tell us what you think?
In episode 47, your hosts Prem and Rogue had a little mock squabble - as siblings do - with some mock threats (remember "rum PUNCH"?) so this time we're talking love bites (well, kinda linked, isn't it?) and we've got a legit expert to come talk to us about when verbal threats in a relationship move from being playful to actually alarming. We have criminologist Rashi V (@mizarcle on twitter) joining us to talk about intent, safety and threat in a relationship, violence and the different types of abuse (m-f, f-f, and m-m). Are "jokey" threats the slipperly slope toward physical violence? You need to hear this. And then, to lighten things up (with concealer, perhaps?) we talk about the love stamp: hickeys! A listener wants her new partner to stop; he thinks it's funny. What do the siblings think? What do YOU think? Bonus: Prem had a platonic friend who once got slobberingly drunk and nibbled on him. All that and more on Episode 48
We made sure we were good and ready before diving into this episode - unlike our listener's partner - scoffed at her when she said she wasn't juiced up. Yes, we're talking penetration without lube (natural or not.) So boys, girls, listen up to your favorite relationship and intimacy coaches, siblings Prem & Rogue, as they tell you how to deal with a situation like this IRL We also have a question from someone who's in a no strings attached dating situation with someone. So, clearly they should be able to see other people, right? Except when she does, he's definitely unhappy about it. Listen to hear Rogue quote an ex's father when she doles out sage advice. Prem has more to say! Questions, comments at @LSDcast on social media or firstname.lastname@example.org
We've talked about best friends before - it's a tricky thing when your bestie starts dating and even trickier when they start seeing someone you know and dislike! We've got a triangle where one listener's best friend is dating someone who was a douchebag in high school. Can people change? Should he call disaster before it strikes? Or hold his tongue? Prem & Rogue are surprisingly on the same page about what to do (but not why). What do you think? In the sex segment, we've got a question from an avid listener who's tried all our other tricks but is still having trouble in the bedroom: her partner isn't depressed, isn't on substances, hasn't had a setback at work, but has failed to 'perform' three times in a row. The siblings jump into problem solving intimacy coach mode and suggest some stuff she could try. Some of it involves being naked. Some of it involves a slap. (Really, Prem? Really?). Tune in and hey, send us your questions, too!
So why are all the boys Rogue is hearing from on the dating apps only saying "hey"? Again. And again. And again. Sharing a bit about her own online dating journey, Rogue asks Prem for help on why men do this - and the siblings, your agony bhaiya and didi - share some real world tips for you so you can do this dating conversation right. Got it, hey? And then, we have a boy who is feeling slightly insecure because his girl is fingering herself while he's inside her. Is this a reflection on his technique being lacking? Or is it something to celebrate, that she's taking charge of her own pleasure? What do you think? Weigh in, tell us. And of course, send us your questions. Prem & Rogue and here for you, the siblings who care. #IntimacyCoach
Sorry, guys. Prem and Rogue are under the weather. Well, we all are. If weather is a thing you can be under; or in; or through. But, we digress. They're both unwell so instead of a full episode here's a small voice note with good wishes for you all. We'll be back next week, which is also next year!
Prem lurves kids and for Rogue, someone with a child is a deal breaker. The two opposing factions take on a question from someone about when and how to introduce her new partner to her child. Your hosts may not be the most qualified to judge, but they give it a go (and we'd love your thoughts as well.) And in the sex segment, they hear from someone whose partner doesn't get or know about foreplay. Ouch. Prem has a suggestion you're definitely going to want to get your hands -- or some other body part -- on. Check it out. Plus the perils of not being honest on your online dating profile.
We follow up on the "It's me, not you" break up to tackle the question of how the guy who breaks up because he's a commitment-phobe is suddenly dating, even engaged to be married, in three hot minutes. What is going on here? Was he lying? Was he cheating? Did she dodge a bullet? Is he on the rebound? Prem is on the spot, because, well, he's the boy! In the sex segment, we get another question from a listener who's getting on tinder - and is self-conscious about her stretch marks. How much of a deal breaker is this for hooking up? What do the boys think? Rogue and Prem also dish bonus stories - real life case studies, y'all! Listen already. And send your opinions, we want to hear them.
A listener asks us why, in this day and age, people are still using the "it's not you, it's me" line to break up with people? And Prem can relate. Is it a cop-out? Is it cowardly? The siblings take it on with candor - listen and then tell us, have you been the "you" or the "me" in this situation? How does one make a rejection less personal? And then talking about being personal, we have a question from someone whose lover wants to make sweet things happen on his body. Literally. She's bringing all the ingredients and our listener is freaking out! Bonus segment: stories of things we've heard about being inserted in various orifices. It's a recipe for disaster
F questions this time, folks, F questions - about friendzoning and frigidity. F'ing awesome, say siblings Prem & Rogue, bring it on! Our dating question from a confused girl who was set up with someone who talked about his exes and crushes on their first date. Classic friendzoning. Now he's putting the moves on her. What is this about? The sex question is from someone asking what to do about his partner's frigidity. Yes, in 2016. Prem and Rogue give you a crash course on terminology, libido, sexuality, asexuality, hypsexuality. Join us and get with the program. Bonus: Sapiosexuality. Yeah. Tell us what you think! We're on twitter, facebook and email @lsdcast
When you don't want to be in an exclusive relationship but don't want to stop sleeping with the person who wants to be exclusive...what do you do? Prem & Rogue debate this from across the girl-boy divide (go feminism! and delusions!) in the ideal world and ... in the real world. And then the brother-sister #intimacycoach take a question from a guy whose potential flatmate asked for a discount in the rent (in exchange, implicitly for hookups.) Should he? Shouldn't he? What a nuanced situation. Do money and sex mix? + Bonus: Sugar mamas? Listen in and then tell us what you think! We're on twitter or facebook or email email@example.com
Another episode and another set of diverging viewpoints - but you'll be surprised, one of the agony aunts, sorry, brother/sister actually changes a point of view. Listen to find out more. First we talk about respect and habits - can you ask someone to reform traits because they upset you? Prem thinks it's about respect and you can and should toe the line. Rogue says it's like asking a cat to be a dog and vice versa. Can our listeners celebrate their differences or is that too utopian? We also talk about full disclosure. If you've had an STD in the past do you need to tell your partner and how soon? Even if it's cleared up? Is it negotiable? what do you think? Let us know on twitter or facebook or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Prem & Rogue are back with more laughs, more (contradictory) advice, and some intimacy coaching and this time they're talking about generalizing whether women are always ready to become mutually exclusive right after date #1 -- Prem thinks women who don't want to know immediately are just being polite while secretly they're dying to fast forward; Rogue says boys do this too and it's not a gender thing. They've got advice for the guy who asks what to do, as well. Plus, masturbation in adolescence and adulthood - for boys and girls. And we take a question from a girl who wants to know if too much self-pleasure will adversely affect her future sexual relationships. Bonus: a school memory of someone getting his kicks!
So, this time we've got another wide range of questions and Prem and Rogue deliberate issues of substance abuse, codependency, agency, laziness, timing and other important things BUT in their typical candor and humor. Our first question is for someone who's staying in a relationship only because he feels responsible for his partner, he believes breaking up will be more than she can handle. Is that fair to him? To her? What do you think? And then we have someone whose partner falls asleep during sex. Is it narcolepsy? Boredom? Rejection? And whose responsibility is it to fix? What is a girl to do? Plus of course we have something to say about the occasion of Karva Chauth, that just passed. Lots of giggles, some serious consideration -- all packed into this episode.
Utsav's wife is pregnant, yay! But he doesn't want to have sex with her. How can he get out of it? He loves her, but he's not attracted to her right now. Stay tuned, your favorite Indian agony aunts (Ok, didi & bhaiya) Prem & Rogue have very different sympathies. Hint: there's a pirate involved! And then we have Urmila who is in love with someone quite a bit older. Is the age gap really such a big deal? You may be surprised about who comes out as more of a romantic in here, but there's another angle to this love story - that goes beyond ageism. You'll have to listen. Bonus: When the age gap matters + lying about age. Has Prem ever lied about his age? Find out by subscribing.
When Rogue dated someone who smelled less than rosy, she turned tail and ghosted...but one of our listeners doesn't have that option. "Tina" is engaged to someone whose natural smell doesn't do positive things for her libido. How does she approach him? Are there tricks to changing body smell? Or instead of changing how you smell, you have to change HOW you smell? Ok, that doesn't work, but you know where we're going with that. Prem 'nose' best! And then we have a question from a woman who wants to ask her partner (who's married to someone else) what's next for them to be together; she wants to be the primary partner. Will he leave his wife? We have psychologist Sonali Gupta giving us a less depressing, more levelled answer to this one. It's a serious show. Mostly ;) Tune in.
Does this happen to you? you're in bed with your lover/partner and your mind drifts off to being intimate with someone else? One listener wants to know if that's normal. And another writes in to ask advice about what to do when her partner freezes her out after an argument. Four days of silent treatment hurt. Prem & Rogue have plenty to say about both, including a suprisingly personal take from Rogue. And then Prem recalls a boyfriend of Rogue's who'd go for a run when he was working things out in his head - except Rogue doesn't remember him at all. What's going on with that? Listen and plug in to their conversation. We're on all your favorite podcast apps. Send questions on social media or email. @LSDcast
What do you do when the casual hookup wants to swap personal stories and you're just into the sex? You write to agony 'aunts' Prem and Rogue who give you not one, not two, but THREE options of how to deal with it (it could involve some pet behaviour therapy). And then later on in the episode, we hear from a harried man who can't get his partner to orgasm during sex. What's he doing wrong? The siblings ride in to the rescue with so much advice (some serious), it'll blow you away (see what we did there?). You know you can't wait to get your fingers on this episode. Plus a bonus when Prem had to yell "Bachaao!" because a girl was stalking him! Listen on your favorite podcast app or online at www.bit.ly/LSDcast - and send questions on twitter/facebook or by email.
This week, the siblings take on the brave new world of telling people to back off, nicely - and putting their mouth where their money is ... no? Okay, never mind. Episode 32 has a question from someone whose colleague is being a bit too familiar with the flirting and it's making her uncomfortable. How does she get it to stop? Prem thinks she should just address it, Rogue thinks it's really hard for girls to be even nicely confrontational. Whom do you agree with? And in the sex section, we've got someone whose partner is awful at oral. Your hosts want to get him to the sequel: Awesome at oral. How is that possible? Listen to find out on your favorite podcast app or online at www.bit.ly/LSDcast - and send questions on twitter/facebook or by email.
We're joined by a bonafide expert for this episode - Dr. Sonali Gupta is in the house to unpackage what's going on when a listener tells us her ex keeps liking her posts and comments. Does this passive act have a meaning? Come join us for a vocabulary lesson with not just the whys and hows but also the what to do about it! You don't want to miss this. And we've also got a question about a young woman who doesn't want a one-night stand; she's holding out for a hero -- the hero in question has flowery words, but she can't tell if he's sincere about wanting more than a fling. Is there a metric to test whether his words mean anything? Prem and Rogue are the best sleuths for the case. Join your favorite agony aunt (and uncle) on your favorite podcast app or online at www.bit.ly/LSDcast - and send questions on twitter/facebook or by email.
Prem & Rogue are back to help you ride the waves of singletonness. So this week we've got a follow up to episodes 28 & 29. You've gone on date #1 (maybe even 2) and it's just obvious it's not going to be the romance (or lay) of the century. How do you deal with it? Write the proverbial 'Dear John/Jane' letter or text? Or never return their calls and texts? We have Prem's new and improved advice for you. Plus what if your partner wants more sex than you do? We talk about how in the honeymoon phrase, couples do the do every minute of the day, you can't get enough of each other. But what happens when your natural sex drive turns out to be different? Join the siblings on your favorite podcast app or online at www.bit.ly.com/LSDcast
We just can't give enough, but that's how we are: Giving! And we want you to take ... our advice. In Episode 29, we continue with our Back to Basics theme. We've got the do's and don'ts for how to deal with a bad first (or second) date. Do you just ghost? Or go the Dear John/Jane route? Prem & Rogue have totally different approaches. Next: You took our poll and we found that a lot of women put up with the backdoor entry for the sake of their partners. Yes, we're going into the ANALytics of a darker *cough* place. We're talking about the obsession some men have with anal sex. Is it just a male thing? Listen for the lowdown. Bonus: When Prem went on a second date with a girl who yawned, yes, yawned during the first.
Episode 28 has one of our favorite guests returning to the show: It's the Love Doctor! She's got the lowdown on WHERE dating couples can go have sex especially when they live with their parents. It's a genuine #ThirdWorldProblem, you know? Even Prem & Rogue have faced it at some point. So, where do you go to get lucky? Depending on where you live, there may be a solution. Listen and find out. Then we follow up on an earlier discussion about momentum: When you stop texting and chatting online, what do say when you finally MEET? We have tips and anecdotes, some do's and don'ts. Bonus: when conversation fails you because you're gobsmacked by your date's chemistry
The LSDcast is never a dull one. On this episode we go from philosophical to bawdy within 30 minutes. Tune in. One of our listeners has had some athletic sex with a partner who wants to be choked and flogged. He's unsure of how to proceed; we're going to whip up some fun here, we hope you're not too tied up as we tickle the subject of BDSM. And then, we muse about whether the quest and the thrill of the chase - can it be addictive? Do people know when to stop and appreciate what they've got rather then continuing to search for something or someone better? Join siblings Prem and Rogue as they weigh in. And tell us - how far would you go to give your partner pleasure when they're begging for pain? Inquiring minds want to know. Send answers and questions to @LSDcast or email@example.com
Is chemistry the most important ingredient between two people, is it enough to see a relationship through ? Or is it just over rated ? Prem & Rogue battle this one out, Whose opinion triumphs? Find out on this episode. Then there's the question of choice. We have a listener who has started going out with someone, waiting for it to become 'something' more. Now she's suddenly met someone new and sparks are flying again. . hmmm tricky? Surprisingly Rogue and Prem reverse roles (is that even possible?) and discuss inherent sexism. Would they give the same advice to a girl and a guy asking? Bonus: identical twins and chemistry. To hear for yourself, tune in to this week's episode. Send questions to @LSDcast or firstname.lastname@example.org
In the latest episode, inimitable hosts Prem & Rogue field questions from left field about dealbreakers and deception. How far would you go before you confess the truth? In one case, the perfect partner in crime suddenly confesses she's married. With kids. And wants good sex. Should he walk away or give it to her? And in our second question, we deal with someone who has used false pretenses to set up a sort of professional relationship with someone he wants to ask out. Predicatably, our hosts disagree on where to draw the line. Where do you fall in? With Prem or with Rogue? Listen and then email us at email@example.com or give us a shout out on twitter @LSDcast or Facebook.
While we're still looking for sexy stories (send us your voice notes), on this episode Prem & Rogue talk about how we judge dating profiles, tips, tricks, and no-no's (filters, anyone?). They also field a question from someone living with his girlfriend who's wondering if it's over because they're not having sex anymore. Is it? Prem and Rogue beg to differ (with each other). Tune in and weigh in, we'd love to know what you think. Plus a bonus: Rogue went on a date and also said goodbye to her dating app, erm, fan club. How did that end? Listen to the show and every episode before, too. Send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org j75q4her
On this episode, we've got a call to action (send us your sexy stories), a slightly depressing (and cynical) take on whether to move in with someone when you move to a new city and a discussion on waiting for someone to break up with you (because when you break up with them, they won't let you go). Prem and Rogue agree to disagree about one of the questions. Which one? Listen to find out. And both see warning signs for the other. Tune in and tell us whose advice you side with. Bonus: In the aftermath of the India Culture Lab panel on love, sex, and desire, we talk about Rogue's weeklong experience with 3 dating/hook up apps as well! Send us questions, feedback and *answers* at email@example.com