A couple who record themselves having sex for their podcast have prompted fury from television viewers after appearing on This Morning.
Intuitive healer Lacey Haynes, 37, and her life coach husband Flynn Talbot, 40 were branded ‘weirdos’ and ‘exhibitionists’ by Twitter users who also warned the couple that ‘the internet is forever’, and that their children may hear the show.
The Sussex-based couple launched their podcast, Lacey and Flynn Have Sex, in April 2021. They realised there was demand for coaching in intimate subjects after Lacey launched a ‘p***y-gazing’ class, which took her to festivals across the UK.
Since then, it has enjoyed significant success, with more than 170,000 downloads, and listeners in 50 countries. In addition, the couple says it has improved their relationship.
During the episodes, the couple record themselves being intimate, describing what they’re doing to each other in order to ‘help listeners have more fulfilling sex’, and having orgasms.
As well as recording their sex sessions, the episodes include them discussing topics like ‘using your genitals for the full sensory experience’, ‘the vaginal canal’s response to the mind’s position’, and ‘how cervical slamming is possible and enjoyable’.
On top of transforming their relationship, they also launched a business off the back of their efforts, offering private coaching and online courses.
The pair, who met more than 10 years ago, told This Morning hosts Philip Schofield and Rochelle Hulmes that their sex life started ‘hot and heavy’, but had ‘dried up’ after having two children. They found Flynn’s libido was much stronger than Lacey’s.