GUYS WE FUCKED

“Welcome to a new revolution,” reads Krystyna Hutchinson and Corinne Fisher’s Soundcloud bio. Since 2011, the New York comedy duo (known collectively as Sorry About Last Night) have facilitated discussions about sexual and mental health, kinks, pleasure, relationships, reproductive rights, sexual violence, and much more on their excellent podcast, Guys We Fucked.

Every Friday, I can count on Guys We Fucked to pique my interest with new perspectives from comedians, writers, and other smarties, as they’re interviewed about their sexual journeys (or in some cases, lack thereof), all with the goal of encouraging listeners to feel more comfortable with themselves and have awesome, shame-free sex.

When the podcast started, Hutchinson and Fisher would interview guys they had actually—you guessed it!—fucked, but as they started to run out of subjects, they took to interviewing folks in the sex industry as well as comedians, activists, and couples. Since GWF premiered in 2013, Hutchinson and Fisher have hosted guests including Dan Savage, Michael Che, Janeane Garofalo, Amber Rose, and Crissle West. On a recent episode, the duo confessed having to cancel a gig after getting the opportunity to fly to Denver and open for one of their comedy heroes, Dave Chappelle. While they were in the area, they headed to Boulder to interview Jennifer and Sky, a couple raising a young trans daughter named James. The resulting conversation was nearly impossible to turn off.

One of the best things about GWF is that its hosts aren’t afraid to get raunchy or detailed about their personal lives (both are currently in long-term relationships), nor do they shy away from informed, necessary discussions about taboo topics like pedophilia and incest.

That frankness also benefits their stand-up. Regulars in the NYC nightlife circuit, Hutchinson and Fisher both have their own careers—Hutchinson appeared in season two of Master of None, while Fisher just launched a new (and unironic) Justin Bieber-focused podcast, Two Less Lonely Girls, with Rosebud Baker. But their professional lives are intertwined. Together, they’ve even written a book, Fucked: Being Sexually Explorative and Self-Confident in a World That’s Screwed, which was released in October.

Even though the GWF duo promote their live shows on damn near every episode, and even though I routinely giggle through Fisher’s cynical outlook and Hutchinson’s horny adventures, the grittiness of their show gets so real that I often forget to seek out their comedy afterward. This weekend, though, their three-date run at the Parlor Live Comedy Club in Bellevue provides the opportunity to do just that—and while it won’t involve a live podcast recording, their collaborative comedy is guaranteed to feed your feminist soul.