LOVE LOUNGE SHOWING | TUESDAY 23:30 CAT

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DStv Ch 165
Tue, 23:30 CAT

SEASON 2
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Established Nigerian radio personality, Oreka Godis, along with her resident experts, uncovers juicy topics, shares provocative stories and offers useful advice about the thing that’s on everyone’s lips: love, sex and relationships. This unique combined-medium Radio/TV multicast talk show encourages and shares public interactions to help make the relationship you have into the relationship you want.

EPISODE 1: OPEN RELATIONSHIPS

Preview: This episode explores interpersonal relationships where couples want to be together but agree to a form of non-monogamous relationship in which they agree that a romantic or intimate relationship where people hooking up with their partner is accepted, permitted, or tolerated.

Recap: Shade Ladipo talked about how we have always had open relationships in Nigeria without recognizing them for what they were or talking about them. She also said that maybe if we had more honest open relationships we’d have less people cheating. Joshua thought women have more open relationships than men, but hide it better.

Guests: Joshua Ajitena and Shade Ladipo

 

EPISODE 2: CELIBACY

Preview: The discussion is around the health effects and complications, the growing number of people claiming to be Celibate, Is it a fad or a new way of life , the difference between Celibacy and abstinence. How it affects relationships, and the possible results.

Recap: Shade Ladipo talks about how being celibate doesn’t make you a better or worse person, how there’s a misconception between being celibate and being a virgin, also, having a sex life should be empowering. Chizobam Ofoegbu talks about how emotions get entangled when you have sexual partners and she believes in waiting till you’re in a committed relationship till you have sex.

Guests: Shade Ladipo and Chizobam Ofoegbu

 

EPISODE 3: THIS THING CALLED MARRIAGE

Preview: The debate on this episode is about importance of marriage and its relevance. Embracing the single life, love, money, sex and infidelity in marriage, who should take charge and more.

Recap. Oscar Oyinsan warns that there’s a lot more noise now about the wedding than the marriage and how two people being on the same page for me is the foundation of marriage. He also said the decision to spend your life with someone in marriage, is a wonderful feeling, it’s also a vulnerability. Omalicha said marriage is a decision, you decide to love someone and spend your life with them and that there must be a rhythm and an understanding.

Guests: Oscar Oyinsan and Omalicha

EPISODE 4: DOMINANCE IN RELATIONSHIPS

Preview: On this episode we discuss Dominance in relationships with her. How to create a balance, defining roles, if a man should cook or not, women paying rent and abuse in relationships

Recap: Joshua Ajitena tried to make the distinction that dominance is different from control, it is not enforcing your will, it’s having a plan and rightly communicating it with your partner. Layole pointed out that some men just want to lord it over women in relationships and how love should never get to the extent that you want someone to leave who they are.

Guests: Joshua Ajitena and Layole Oyatogun

 

EPISODE 5: SEX TABOOS

Preview:  The talk on this episode is about sex taboos, adventurous couples, sex positions and flexibility in bed, oral sex, and the importance of conversation during sex, cyber sex and more on this episode. The gloves are off and it’s a no holds barred episode.

Recap: Zed Eye advised that when it comes to sex, talk about it but do what you’re comfortable with. When Oreka pointed out that some women are more horny on their periods, Zed Eye also advised that If you want to have period sex, try cleaning up with water, it should stop the flow for a little bit. Moet Abebe wants you to get as adventurous as you can get with your partner.

Guests: Moet Abebe and Ngozi Anele (Zed Eye)

EPISODE 6: MAY I PLAY WITH YOUR TOYS?

Preview: The discussion is about sex toys in relationships, the effect in marriages, the fear of addiction, our religious background, and re-enacting fantasies.

Recap: Uche Ajene said if you’re comfortable in a relationship with someone I see no reason why you have to delay the conversation about sex toys if you like them. Also, If you want to use a sex toy, talk it out. Don’t just introduce it in the middle of sex, that would be like performance review. Emma Nyra contributes that you have to be careful but not ashamed of talking about sex toys without making someone second guess themselves and that the key is to be open to trying new things with your partner.

Guests: Emma Nyra and Uche Ajene

 

EPISODE 7: BRINGING HOME THE BACON

Preview: Who should bring the bacon? We talk about female breadwinners, the male loafers, handicapped or ill partners, the full-time housewives, when she earns more and the perfect time to get into a relationship.

Recap: Deyemi Okanlawon says he doesn’t understand why we feel for only one person to be the breadwinner in the family. Oscar Oyinsan talks about the need to communicate as a unit on important issues that affect the family’s finances.

Guests: Deyemi Okanlawon and Oscar Oyinsan

EPISODE 8: PESTLE AND THE MORTAR (SIZE MATTERS)

Preview: Everything from the size and ability of sex organs to the average acceptable size, penoplasty, vaginoplasty, the risk of penile dysfunction and cancer is up for discussion on this episode.

Recap: Moet Abebe says If you are big for a man, you don’t need to do a lot of tricks or the ability, you’re just big. Capital FEMI warns that social media has made it that if your boobs aren’t big, or your ass can’t clap you’re not normal and that he says, is not right. Both guests advice against getting surgeries to increase or decrease sex organs except where it’s absolutely necessary.

Guests: Moet Abebe and Capital FEMI

 

EPISODE 9: THE WINTER OF HER DISCONTENT

Preview: We discuss boredom in relationships, pre-disconnection, infidelity, and symptoms of a bored partner, and different turn offs for both men and women.

Recap: Jennifer talks about the importance of foreplay and mixing it up to avoid boredom setting in. Oscar and Jennifer talk about whether men or women get bored more easily in a relationship. Oscar emphasizes on the importance of guys putting in effort in sexual relationships and the need for people to enter relationships free of pretense.

Guests: Jennifer Umoh and Oscar Oyinsan

EPISODE 10: THE PRESENT WE DONT WANT

Preview: We talk about STD in relationships, getting tested regularly, condoms, sexual health & trust issues, hygiene and its effect on couples.

Recap: Osi Suave thinks that in the kind of country we live in, more ladies are afraid of getting pregnant than they are of  getting an STD, he also said if you catch an STD, it’s not the end of the world, talk to your partner about it. Omalicha says If you don’t want to get tested because it’s expensive but you want to knack? You don’t have priorities.

Guests: Osi Suave and Omalicha

EPISODE 11: MAMA NA BOY

Preview: We discuss the male child syndrome, the obsession, perfect time to hit for a male child, the pros and cons, and the stereotype roles of both sex.

Recap: Hauwa Waziri talks about how a girl child will do equally as well as a male child, we’re competing with boys these days and we are flooring them” she says. On the issue of allowing kids pick their gender, Joro Olumofin says it’s the beginning of identity crisis.

Guests: Joro Olumofin and Huwa Waziri.