In 2015, Bex Caputo (he/him) and Kate Sloan (she/her) finally met in person at a sex bloggers’ retreat, after quietly creeping each other’s blogs and tweets forever. Our connection was instant, but it wasn’t fully cemented until we had an impromptu threesome with a mutual friend at the Playground Conference a few months later. Chatting sexual ethics and penis preferences over mac and cheese that night, it became abundantly clear that we were brain twins, best friends, and total sex nerds.
We started the Dildorks podcast because we’re bored of media that depicts sex as “naughty,” mysterious, gross, indecent, or self-explanatory. We believe sex is endlessly fascinating and that there’s always more to talk about and think about, if you keep digging and stay curious. Our sexual journeys have led us through countless kinks, experiences, and self-discoveries, and we’re excited to keep growing as sex nerds and as people!
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Bex Caputo (he/him) is a sex educator and porn performer. His blog, BexTalksSex, was ranked on Kinkly’s top 100 sex bloggers for several consecutive years as a source for sex toy reviews, how-tos, navel-gazing, and tales of weird things he’s put in his holes. He has been a proud and undeniable kinkster ever since he insisted on being served his meals in a dog bowl at the age of 8, and even before that, probably. Bex is a Virgo, a masochistic pup, and a genderqueer nerd who has finally grown into the pop punk skater boi of his high school dreams.
Kate Sloan (she/her) is a journalist, author, and singer/songwriter, specializing in the topics of sex and kink. Her first book, 101 Kinky Things Even You Can Do, was named the “best BDSM book” by Men’s Health; her second book, 200 Words to Help You Talk About Sexuality & Gender, is an acclaimed primer to modern LGBTQ+ terminology. Her writing about sex, kink and relationships has appeared in GQ, Cosmopolitan, Teen Vogue, Glamour, MEL, Insider, Self, and xoJane, among others. Her blog, Girly Juice, has been going strong for over a decade. She also cohosts the podcast Question Box. She’s a bisexual, demisexual femme living with fibromyalgia.