Resources

Here are some people & places I trust:

ALL YOUR SEX QUESTIONS ANSWERED: http://sfsi.org/

CRISIS RESOURCES via Laci Green: http://lacigreen.tv/crisisresources

SO YOU WANNA BE A SEX EDUCATOR: 

http://thecsph.org/our-resources/education/how-to-become-a-sexuality-educator

http://sexademic.wordpress.com/2010/07/26/so-you-want-to-be-a-sex-educator/

OH SNAP. SEX THERAPISTS: http://aasect.org/

SEXUAL HEALTH SERVICES: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/

TEENAGERS ARE PEOPLE, TOO: http://www.scarleteen.com/

7 Responses to “Resources”

  1. Glenn November 23, 2013 at 7:52 am #

    http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/811076?nlid=38384_544&src=wnl_edit_medp_emed&spon=45

    – a research paper or sex-related emergency room visits. I had no idea sex could be so dangerous. Oh, who am I kidding – I’m a nurse and have seen them. Fractured penii, anal tears, STD’s, and yet I continue the activity.

  2. John December 24, 2013 at 11:56 am #

    Merry Christmas!

    One request for the new year…

    Could you please do some sound leveling. I have to turn the volume down when ya’ll are laughing or yelling, then have to turn the volume back up to hear when ya’ll are talking it sounds like your whispering, then somebody starts laughing or yelling then have to turn the volume back down. Any way to balance the sound out during post production?

    Thank You

    • Sandra Daugherty December 24, 2013 at 1:07 pm #

      My request for the new year: When a person lets me know about tech issues, they will tell me WHICH episodes they are talking about! Since the beginning, the show’s sound has gone through several shifts in how it is prepared.

      Are you talking about a specific range of episodes or all 123 of them!? I want to make things better!

      Thank you for caring. Happy New Year to you, too.

  3. Elle March 25, 2014 at 9:00 pm #

    Hey Sandra!
    I adore the show. It’s awesome that you are sharing important information with the sexy (monkey) masses. I appreciate that you take a fun and humorous approach to knowledge.
    Now that I’ve given you lots of kudos, I’d like to solicit some advice. I am in a quite committed relationship of about two years and we are almost entirely on the same page about everything. Yet, I have one major issue with our compatibility; our sex drives are polar opposites. I am the sort of person with a pretty high libido, sex daily (if not multiple times a day) would be phenomenal. My high libido is further amplified by taking Wellbutrin daily for anxiety/ADHD. For my boyfriend, however, (slightly vanilla) sex every other week or so seems much more his level. I understand that it stems from low self esteem growing up and essentially lowering his libido to match the what he saw as the likely outcome of his life more or less ending up solo. Obviously there are some self esteem issues on his part. Yet it is coming back and hurting me and therefore our relationship because he is,as I jest, a “sex camel.” The discussions we’ve had about trying to find a middle ground has led to sex about once a week. I have still ended up snappy at times but also quite hurt. I question his attraction to me and it really hurts my self image. I am quite confident he doesn’t understand how much this hurts me and I really don’t want to harp on it. But I could really use some help/advice. As you know, egos are fragile (especially in the bedroom) and I really don’t want to add any stress.
    Thank you so much for any insight you’re able to offer. If you’d like to include this in your podcast to help others you’re welcome to use my name.
    Thanks once again!
    Elle

    • thegerm August 6, 2014 at 9:57 am #

      Wellbuterin works that way does it? I wish I could help. Reading your story makes me wish there was a meter we could read on our potential Significant Others to identify this kind of thing. “Every Day” or “once a month” or “sometimes” flashing above our heads to give us an idea about this.

      Listening to Sandra’s podcasts helped me. Unfortunately the help I got from it was the opposite sort of what you are looking for. But her podcasts seemed to be filled with all kinds ideas that would be useful in your situation. The challenge is getting your boyfriend to the table without being too forceful or obvious. Sneaking a couple of Sandra’s podcasts into a drive? I am torn between attempting to go over the top (finding a squick episode that can be squicked together) or gentle.

  4. Chris October 3, 2014 at 1:05 am #

    Dear Sex Nerd Sandra,

    I am a big fan of yours. I love the fact that there is young, hip, and very nerdy female sex theropist that asks all the questions that I have wondered (or didn’t wonder but was happy to learn). After listening to your podcast for the past few months I thought that there would be no one else I should direct my questions to.

    To start off I am a 29 year old white male from Georgia. I currently live with my family because of medical problems (that of which I will explain more of shortly). Dispite being 29 I am still a virgin. I’ve never even had a girlfriend before. As a child I was raised (much like yourself) in a very Christian family. I was taught that sex was something that should be saved for marriage and not for outside marriage. I was also told that “I was one of God’s miracles” because I had survived four open heart surgeries (last one being at age 7). This in part lead to a lot of other medical problems that I won’t go into today. But let’s just say I wasn’t what any girl would consider boyfriend material.

    As of late I have been trying to meet women. I want to make my first time at sex to be with someone special. Hell I don’t care if I end up getting married to my first girlfriend. I’m just so tired of being alone (this especially, because last year my best and only friend died). It seems like the only women that don’t have boyfriends are the ones I don’t find attractive at all. I realize that I haven’t asked any questions as of yet so here are some.

    1. Should I really focus on making my first time with someone that I have a relationship with? Or if I meet someone and things start to get serious I should just go for it.

    2. What do I do if things get serious? I live with my parents so going back to my place isn’t an option. And a lot of women are turned off when they find out that a man still lives with my parents.

    3. WILL YOU PLEASE BRING ONE OF YOUR SHOWS TO GEORGIA!?!?!?!?!?

    4. Would you do me the favor of saying “Giggidy” or “Heh all right” on a recording? I realize that has bearence on the topic at hand. Just thought I’d ask.

    Well that’s all I have for now. I truely hope to hear back from you soon. Looking forward to your future broadcasts.

    Yours Truly,

    Christopher Hereford

    P.S.

    Sorry for the long email.

    P.P.S.

    My best friend that passed away actually had a law passed in his name before he died. If you are interested look up Keone’s Law.

  5. Chris October 3, 2014 at 1:06 am #

    Dear Sex Nerd Sandra,

    I am a big fan of yours. I love the fact that there is young, hip, and very nerdy female sex theropist that asks all the questions that I have wondered (or didn’t wonder but was happy to learn). After listening to your podcast for the past few months I thought that there would be no one else I should direct my questions to.

    To start off I am a 29 year old white male from Georgia. I currently live with my family because of medical problems (that of which I will explain more of shortly). Dispite being 29 I am still a virgin. I’ve never even had a girlfriend before. As a child I was raised (much like yourself) in a very Christian family. I was taught that sex was something that should be saved for marriage and not for outside marriage. I was also told that “I was one of God’s miracles” because I had survived four open heart surgeries (last one being at age 7). This in part lead to a lot of other medical problems that I won’t go into today. But let’s just say I wasn’t what any girl would consider boyfriend material.

    As of late I have been trying to meet women. I want to make my first time at sex to be with someone special. Hell I don’t care if I end up getting married to my first girlfriend. I’m just so tired of being alone (this especially, because last year my best and only friend died). It seems like the only women that don’t have boyfriends are the ones I don’t find attractive at all. I realize that I haven’t asked any questions as of yet so here are some.

    1. Should I really focus on making my first time with someone that I have a relationship with? Or if I meet someone and things start to get serious I should just go for it.

    2. What do I do if things get serious? I live with my parents so going back to my place isn’t an option. And a lot of women are turned off when they find out that a man still lives with my parents.

    3. WILL YOU PLEASE BRING ONE OF YOUR SHOWS TO GEORGIA!?!?!?!?!?

    4. Would you do me the favor of saying “Giggidy” or “Heh all right” on a recording? I realize that has bearence on the topic at hand. Just thought I’d ask.

    Well that’s all I have for now. I truely hope to hear back from you soon. Looking forward to your future broadcasts.

    Yours Truly,

    Chris

    P.S.

    Sorry for the long email.

    P.P.S.

    My best friend that passed away actually had a law passed in his name before he died. If you are interested look up Keone’s Law.

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