American Sex Podcast Episode 14: Samwell - What What in the Butt plus Anal Sex Tips with Sunny

Samwell of “What What in the Butt” fame talks about that time he helped Sunny and Ken get married and how his lighthearted song became a viral sensation

Samwell of “What What in the Butt” fame talks about that time he helped Sunny and Ken get married; how his lighthearted song became a viral sensation; the seriousness and underlying message behind it; growing up black and gay in the South; reconciling his don't-ask-don'™t-tell family arrangement with being out in every other aspect of this life; his new projects including a song about hypocritical politicians; his cooking series, and more.

Ken and Sunny give their top 8 must-know amazing anal sex tips.

Guest Bio

Samwell was propelled into internet infamy in 2007 when his song and video, What What (In the Butt) went viral. With over 80 million views, it was parodied on South Park, and he's made appearances on popular TV shows like Lily Allen and Friends and Tosh.0 where he sang an acoustic version of the song with Josh Homme from Queens of the Stone Age.

Samwell was raised in North Carolina and growing up gay and black in the South was not without its difficulties. Currently, Samwell just released a new cooking series Sizzling with Samwell on the social network, and is gearing up to release his new song, "Dirty Nasty Naughty Boi."

Sunny Megatron

Sunny Megatron is a sexuality educator, sex & relationship writer, media personality, YouTuber, and sex toy expert. She's also the host and utive producer of the Showtime original television series, SEX with Sunny Megatron plus hosts the hit American Sex Podcast. Named one of the 6 most Savvy sexologists in North America, her work has been featured in Cosmo, Playboy, Jezebel, Buzzfeed, CNN, Refinery29, Playgirl Magazine, and more. She's a three-time XBIZ Sexpert of the Year nominee and has received numerous awards for her sexuality blog including Kinkly's #1 Sex Blogging Superhero of 2017. Sunny's passion is helping people become their authentic, sexual selves by learning to overcome shame and shed inhibitions.
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