These Are the Most Asked Sex Questions, According to 'Call Her Daddy' Podcast

Co-hosts Sofia Franklyn and Alexandra Cooper reveal what people want to know most about sex.
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According to the hosts of the buzzy new podcast Call Her Daddy, the questions men ask about sex are a lot different than the things women want to know.

“For girls, it’s how to talk dirty,” co-host Sofia Franklyn told the New York Post. “They overthink everything.” 

And it's true -- according to a survey of over 5,000 people from online dating agency Saucy Dates, 76 percent of men said they want to hear more dirty talk when things are hot and heavy between the sheets.

With that said, it's extremely empowering to most women to be able to confidently please their man, and confidence is sexy.

And the questions men ask most often? How to pick up girls (naturally) and how to go down on her, explains Alexandra Cooper, the other host of the Barstool Sports-produced podcast.

On the former, the women say there's one major way to fail at picking them up, at least: “[Guys’] go-to line now is, ‘Do you want me to call you Daddy?’ And we’re like, Oh, God.”

“This is a women’s locker-room conversation that we should be able to have,” Cooper says, who is best known for being the ex-girlfriend of Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard.

For reference, the show covers saucy content like sex positions, sexting, messing with your ex, and "how to out-crazy the crazy." And clearly, both men and women love what the show has to offer.

“Barstool told us that rarely are there ever podcasts split 50/50 [between] male and female listeners, and that’s what we have,” Cooper says.

Apparently, the podcast started when the two started talking about sex at a bar while on vacation, and the candid conversation attracted an audience. “People came up to us and said ‘You need a show, because I would listen to this every day.'"

Since its premiere on Barstool Sports in October, Call Her Daddy has only released 13 episodes, but has gained over 10,000 reviews on iTunes and averages 4.5 out of 5 stars.

You can check out the podcast right here.

H/T: New York Post