Brad Swanson & Corey Jenkins—two guys that look like they’re from opposite sides of the social spectrum—come together to create the most revealing relationship talk show you’ve ever seen from men!
01:32 I love You via Text Message (with sexy Carmen Palumbo & Patricia Scheer)
02:02 Romance or Friends? (with Amber Strauser & Melanie Camp)
02:22 How Do I Get a Man to Treat Me Like a Princess?
03:05 Marriage, Divorce & Personal Responsibility (with Nina Hartley)
03:38 Orgasms & Emotions
04:08 Randy Spears—Human Being, Man, Father, Husband & Porn Star
04:59 Sex, Age & Cougars
05:32 Jealousy & Polyamory
05:48 Celebrity Interview: Jessica Sutta (Recording Artist & former Pussycat Doll)
06:22 Brad & Corey’s Commitment
06:39 Jessica Sutta Blows Your Mind!
A viewer wants to know why a man won’t talk about his past. Is this a red flag? Corey Jenkins and Brad Swanson are joined by Tuddy and Carmen Palumbo. Together they share their personal experiences and explain.
Jessica reveals herself professionally and personally: while she’s alway loved singing and dancing, she’s now focused on being a film actor. And behind all the stage performances and now movies, she’s just a “regular girl.”
Carmen Palumbo asks The Male Room if waiting longer to have sex at the beginning of a relationship influences how a woman will be perceived? In the last two minutes, it is revealed that both married people in the conversation waited longer to have sex when they met their spouses. Corey Jenkins, Brad The Love Coach and guest-host Tuddy offer their perspective.
It’s no surprise that most wives ask their husbands not to go to strip clubs or look at men’s magazines, but how do married men really feel about giving them up? An open conversation with no ego! Corey Jenkins & Brad The Love Coach host. Tuddy from Extra! stops by to share his story.
Trish Vogel (Relationship Coach) joins Corey Jenkins & Brad The Love Coach to give her opinion. Charles Griffin III tells us that his wife encourages him to go to strip clubs and tells us why. We also find out a little more about what goes on “behind the scenes” in strip clubs.
Hosts Brad The Love Coach & Corey Jenkins talk with Charles Griffin III about keeping your relationships fun, sexy and exciting. He tells The Male Room to “find someone you’re attracted to” and never forget “she was your girlfriend first. If you treat her like your girlfriend, you’ll always be happy.”
Nina Hartley (http://Nina.com) reveals where she first discovered porn and discovered her passion for it. She shares the “ins and outs” of the business, bi-sexuality, polyamory, erotica, and sexuality. She reveals how lack in communication in her Ménage à trois marriage led to her spiritual awakening.
Brad shares a story about being attracted to two women who are friends with each other, telling them both, and their response. This triggers a conversation about all aspects of modern dating including where to meet people and how “old-school” rules might not apply to todays, conscious relationships.
After The Male Room spent the thanksgiving holiday together, they discuss the top 10 reasons why women cheat, how to literally give up jealousy, and ultimately how to empower your relationships through Self-love.
Tuddy (Host on “Extra” and makeup artist) tells about his evolution of being a man and how he handles attention from women (he’s married). The panel discusses the “shift” when men no longer want to be dating multiple people and instead want partnership.
A guest tells The Male Room, “usually to get a ‘good guy,’ you need a guy that has cheated.” Corey Jenkins & Brad The Love Coach discuss fidelity, forgiveness, responsibility and keys to a successful relationship. Tuddy from “Extra” also joins the panel and begins a discussion about staying committed to his wife while on the road in the entertainment business.
Jessica shares the pros and cons of celebrity. She tells us that hard work and fine-tuning your talent are requirements to be the best, and at the same time, it doesn’t always translate easily to personal relationships. This is part 1 a 3-part interview.
Jessica talks about how important it is for people to be their authentic selves and how real connections with people inspire her. She let’s us know that celebrities are real people too! She talks about working hard to accomplish her goals and being of service. “We need Love!” she says. Go Jess!