Dating sex questions
“For girls, it’s how to talk dirty,” added Sofia Franklyn, 26.“They overthink everything.” Virtually nothing is off-limits for the two roommates (except Cooper’s former relationship with Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard) on their weekly show — which spans the conversational gamut from sex acts like the “gluck gluck 9000” to them listening to each other get it on from the next room.The name “Call Her Daddy” refers to how they’re turning the tables on men and taking charge.
(She won’t talk about him and only refers to her “exes” on the show.) Franklyn — raised in Salt Lake City, Utah — admits the job change was “jarring.” She was working at a “Top 5 financial firm” after graduating with an economics degree from the University of Utah. you have every type of guy to go on a date with,” Franklyn said. it’s more what we are in the mood for that night.” But there is one surefire way to fail at picking them up: “[Guys’] go-to line now is, ‘Do you want me to call you Daddy?
The podcast already has more than 10,000 reviews on i Tunes after just 13 episodes, averaging 4.5 out of 5 stars.
“Barstool told us that rarely are there ever podcasts split 50/50 [between] male and female listeners, and that’s what we have,” Cooper told The Post.
The co-hosts of the buzzy new podcast “Call Her Daddy” say there’s a distinct difference between what their male and female fans want to know.
Guys want to learn the best ways to pick up women — and have lots of questions about performing oral sex, said Alexandra Cooper, 24, adding that even the internet is no help.