At 28 years old, comedian Remy Kassimir had never had an orgasm and used this podcast to find out “how come?” and how to do it. To tackle this task & ensure that all sex stats are accurate, Remy enlisted her sister Charlotte (a former research associate producer at HBO’s Last Week Tonight) as co-producer. Come along on the journey as the most interesting, hilarious, and expert guests tell Remy about their first time cumming and gives Remy an assignment to complete her task. *Spoiler alert* she completes her goal. Listen, laugh, and learn EVERYTHING about sex that you’d ever want to know and never talk about.
United States
60 episodes
since Dec. 24, 2017
explicit content


Episode 20 of every season means Ben is here! Remy talks to her boyfriend and his ROOMMATES; brothers Volkan and Cenk, who she essentially lives with as well.  We discuss sharing a living space (especially with siblings), everyone’s weird pooping habits, and having sex with other people in the apartment. We chat about what signs might mean that your roommate is fucking, losing your virginity in a foreign country, and who the messiest one in the apartment is! We also deep dive into Charlotte's research on the recent wave of abortion restrictions, decipher what they individually mean, and suggest ways in which you can donate your time and money to help. Remy opens up about her own abortion, the beginning of her relationship with Ben, and how Charlotte made Ben define the relationship with Remy.  Also, coming soon: How Cum website and merchandise! ***FOR INFORMATION ON HOW TO HELP, SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM! -- Follow us @RemyKassimir @Howcumpodcast @charkasstic and follow Ben DeMarco @bennydnyc and his shows @fatbabylive We couldn't be more excited to be partnering with Helix Sleep and Sweet Vibrations this season! Get up to $125 off the best mattress you'll ever sleep on at HelixSleep.com/HowCum Go to SweetVibes.Toys & use promocode: "HOW CUM" for 15% ALL PRODUCTS, ALL SEASON LONG! This episode has EXTRAS which will be available on Patreon.com/HowCum Thank you for all the love over the past year, we LOVE YOU and couldn't do it without you. If you want to support the show, please oh please consider helping us in the following ways:  1) Donate on our Patreon page at www.patreon.com/howcum. You will receive awesome extras, BONUS EPISODES, photos, etc. and all proceeds go to creating this podcast!  2) Subscribe, share, and leave us a rating/review on iTunes. It helps us get in touch with great new podcast guests and listeners!  3) Stay close with us by following us and reaching out on social:  Instagram/Twitter- @HowCumPodcast  Website - www.RemyKassimir.com  *** WHAT TO DO TO HELP RE ABORTION BAN: https://www.thecut.com/2019/05/how-to-help-alabama-6-week-abortion-ban-georgia.html ...Donate to local, grassroots organizations Niationwide organizations: Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and the ACLU help but it is more important to go local.  Local Organizations: Access Reproductive Care - Southeast: ARC is a volunteer organization that helps families in 12 states across the southeast access reproductive care.   National Network of Abortion Funds: NNAF is a network of more than 80 funds in at least 38 states that seeks to eliminate economic barriers for low-income individuals seeking an abortion.   The Yellowhammer Fund: Based in Alabama, Yellowhammer not only provides funding for abortions at one of the city’s three clinics, but also helps with other barriers to access patients may face, such as travel or lodging. (Yellowhammer is part of NNAF.)   Mississippi Reproductive Freedom Fund: Run entirely by volunteers, the Mississippi Reproductive Freedom Fund helps people access abortion, and provides both support and resources to parents.   Women Have Options: This Ohio-based organization provides financial assistance and support to low-income patients seeking reproductive care, abortion included.   National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum: NAPAWF is a multi-issue community-organizing and policy-advocacy organization that fights for policy changes that would benefit women, transgender, and non-binary Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.   Volunteer as a clinic escort. If you live in a state with a restrictive abortion ban — or nearby one — one tangible way to support abortion rights is to become a clinic escort. Find out more here.
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