Oh, pregnancy. I just learned a whole lot about buns in the oven today and it may have saved my life. Did you know doctors calculate one’s pregnancy due date by the first day of a female’s last period? And did you know doctors consider 14 days after that last crimson tide as the official… More Arizona, Abortion and Quite the Reality Distortion Field
I’m both embarrassed and thrilled to find out this week that I’ve been cock blocked, quite literally, in my understanding of external prostate massage. Lately, I’ve been obsessed with genitals. Or more specifically, their underlying structures. Recent time spent staring at Planned Parenthood’s diagrams (so detailed!) mixed with enlightening sex conference lectures have inspired me… More External Prostate Massage: I Got Cock Blocked
Wow. Well this week’s show is a solid win for wellness. In the studio Dave Ross and I had Rachel, a passionate, vivacious woman living with cancer. When I met her I was moved by just how pissed she was at her doctors for not knowing a thing about sex & cancer, so of course,… More Sex… and Cancer!? Episode 10 Links & Tips
Hi Sandra. First, THANK YOU for the podcast – I started listening after being a loyal nerdist listener, and it’s been informative and fun! I read your blog post about the Kimono microthin condoms and wanted to ask a question. My partner and I are having a LOT of problems finding the “right” condom because… More Answerin’ Emails: “Torpedo Dick” has Condom Issues
I have a favorite condom. You might notice my enthusiasm above. As a woman, I never thought I would become so impassioned by condoms, but turns out I have good reason. It all started with a male partner who wore regular condoms. Now it could have been Trojan, Lifestyles, Durex, whatever. Just regular sized condoms.
“Ugggghhhhhhhh.” Since the end of July I’ve had this prolonged medical fiaso that culminated recently in a magic operation. Two weeks earlier I also lost one of the most important people in my life. I went into surgery crying and I woke up crying. Now I’m back to work in two days after two weeks… More Post-Catheter Catharsis