This podcast exists because we want to change the way people think and talk about sex. To do that, we'll talk about the relationships between sex, love and culture. And because we live in the greatest city in the world, we'll highlight Austin culture because we strongly believe it has something for everyone.
Each week, we'll be your host as we explore the world of love, relationships and sex - all set in one of the most unique and special cities in the world. We'll entertain you with our authenticity and engage you with our no boundaries conversations about everything we think about and rarely discuss.
Mathis Kennington is a licensed marriage and family therapist and couple therapist. Born and raised in San Antonio, Mathis made his Austin debut in 2012 and has never looked back. Mathis spends his time between his two obsessions: Austin craft beer and Austin music.
Rhiannon Beauregard is a licensed marriage and family therapist and sex therapist. She descended on Austin without knowing the impact it would have on her and fell in love. If you're lucky, you might be able to catch her riding an adult tricycle downtown yelling at random strangers.
Sam Patlove is a sound engineer, musician, creative genius and producer. He's worked with local Austin musicians like Tameca Jones, the Greyhounds and Daniel Johnston. Much to the chagrin of many Austinites, Sam was recently married off the market. When he's not busy with us, you can catch him with his band, T Bird and the Breaks.
Andrew Trube is best known as one half of the duo: the Greyhounds. Andrew is a creative and musical entrepreneur that we're thrilled and honored to have as our co-producer. Oh, and he always looks like this.
All good things must cum to an end: including #Beauregard's and #Kennington's podcast cohosting relationship. That's right, we are breaking up and talking about Happy Endings. And you can listen to the fall of an empire right.on.air. (Seriously).
We cover all things from Happy Endings in sex work, dating, long term relationships, and even our own relationships. It's not as juicy as it sounds, but still worth a listen on how to end on a good note, and how to transition into another chapter or phase. In this special season finale of our maiden voyage into podcasting, you hear us reflect on our journey and look to the future. No tears were shed.