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193: All About Sex

all about sex


Yes, today’s podcast is all about sex. It’s all about getting laid. No, the show is not becoming a porn pod.

Today, we will explore what sex means to a man and a woman who spend a night together between the sheets. You’ll discover that it can mean very different things to each of them.

Our guests are Anne van Leeuwen and Ryan Hollyman, two very talented actors who are currently performing in a play called C’MON, Angie at the Assembly Theatre in Toronto.

This is a smart, compelling, provocative play that confronts the uncomfortable question, “What is sexual consent?” It’s an important and even dangerous question when the people forced to answer it have spent what could be seen as a “wild night in bed.”

This episode will take you on a fascinating journey that will challenge you, make you feel and think differently, and take you on an important inner journey toward the heart of who you are as a man or a woman.

This is some of the territory that the play explores and our guests approach in this episode:

  • The nature of true sexual consent
  • Can a fun night in bed really be an assault?
  • What is rape?
  • Do men and women want and expect different things from sex?
  • Can a good man be a sexual aggressor?
  • Do we need a new vocabulary for men and women to authentically communicate?

C’MON, Angie will take you to places you will want to avoid at the same time that you feel irresistibly drawn to them.

Listen, learn, expand, get angry, and enjoy our intimate conversation about sex.


Transcription by Kate Atkinson (Anne)

Motley Crue: The Dirt – Confessions of the World’s Most Notorious Rock Band by Tommy Lee, Neil Strauss, et al. (Ryan)


“Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not: nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not: the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.” – Calvin Coolidge (Anne)

“Live and let live.”  – Many people (Ryan)


C’MON. Angie by Amy Lee Lavoie at Assembly Theatre – 1479 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6R 1A1 Until April 28


80: Naked Truth



Men and women are at war. I’m talking about the super charged battle of the sexes spearheaded by the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

The lines are drawn, and each day the genders become more polarized.

Many women are stepping forward and expressing their pent up rage. This podcast does not takes sides.

Today’s guest is a smart, independent, powerful woman. Her name is Sonya Cote. She was a proud professional stripper. She is a jazz singer, an actress, an author, and a mom.

Sonya has every justification to hate men. She was brutally abused at the age of two. She was sexually assaulted as an infant by a neighbor who took advantage of her parents’ trust.

She even wound up living on the same street as her assailant as an adult. She did not seek revenge or punishment. She forgave and moved on with her life.

I don’t know that I would have done the same in her place. Meeting her and talking with her filled me with admiration and respect.

You will find her story inspiring, uplifting, and empowering.

You are in for a treat when you listen to this funny, intelligent, warm, unique woman reveal the details of her life journey.

I am proud to call Sonya Cote my friend.


I’m Not Naked (anymore): Memoirs of a Contemporary Jezebel by Sonya Cote

The Way of the Superior Man by David Deida

Theft by Finding Diaries 1977-2002 by David Sedaris

My Father’s House by Rose Chandler Johnson


“When someone shows you who they are believe them; the first time.” – Maya Angelou


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60: X-Rated


Warning. Some of the content in this podcast is sexually explicit. Not recommended for the politically correct.

This is the third guest appearance by Ross Jeffries, a man who is loved and hated by many.

He is an unapologetic seduction master. He is also a warm, funny, highly intelligent man who genuinely loves people.

And, he knows a lot about persuasive communication and selling. Many of his clients are very successful entrepreneurs and businessmen.

You don’t have to agree with all his views. Your challenge is to remain open and not let your judgement stories shut out what he has to say.

Yes, this podcast will go into uncomfortable territory for some. It is intended to provoke strong feelings and encourage personal growth.

Changing your story and your life are not easy things to do. Are they worth it? What do you think?

Love this, or hate this. But, definitely listen.


How to Get the Women You Desire into Bed by Ross Jeffries

The Seducer’s Diary by Soren Kierkegaard


“A cat has absolute emotion honesty; human beings, for one reason or another, may hide their feelings, but a cat does not.” – Ernest Hemingway


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51: Seduction Secrets


Seduction is a game, and we all play it – whether we admit it or not.

Are you the seducer, or the seduced? Depends on your story.

Ross Jeffries is a seduction master. Who says so? Thousands of men (and some women) who have learned to master the game of sexual communication from Ross and people he as inspired.

One of those people is Neil Strauss, Rolling Stone writer, leader of the pickup artist movement, and author of the controversial book, The Game. This is a direct quote from The Game. “…The undisputed father of modern seduction is Ross Jeffries.”

People love and hate Neil Strauss and his mentor, Ross Jeffries.

Tom Cruise played a character based on Ross Jeffries in the movie, Magnolia.

You don’t have to agree with Ross to enjoy his wit, his insights, and his devilish take on the eternal game between the sexes.

Listen, learn, be elated, get angry, and definitley be entertained by this interview, absolutely one of my favorites ever.


The Game by Neil Strauss

Endless Referrals by Bob Burg


“Give me ten minutes to talk away my ugly face, and I will bed the Queen of France.” – attributed to Voltaire


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47: Behind The Mask


Ross Jeffries is a legendary pickup artist. Guys whisper his name to other guys when they talk about seduction and dating the perfect 10.

Tom Cruise earned a nomination for portraying Ross Jeffries in the movie, Magnolia.

Neil Strauss refers to Ross as his mentor in the sizzling best seller, The Game, the book that pulls back the curtain on the exotic world of international pickup artists.

Ross Jeffries is a cat lover, an uncle who adores his niece, a playful trickster, an incurable romantic, a funny, sharp witted dude, and a guy who loves his mom.

Ross Jeffries, today, is a coach and mentor to high powered business people, revealing his secrets of irresistible high stakes persuasion.

Ross Jeffries is our special guest on today’s podcast. Discover for yourself who the real R. J. is.

He will entertain you, charm you, and help you discover your own hidden powers of persuasion and hypnotic attraction.


Prometheus Rising by Robert Anton Wilson

The Game by Neil Strauss

Psycho-cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz


“Give me ten minutes to talk away my ugly face, and I will bed the Queen of France.” – attributed to Voltaire

“If you dip your sunglasses in shit, even the roses will look brown.” – Sylvia Ross


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