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  1. You may are know this, but there are studies that have proven that Testosterone prescriptions, have caused and can cause, cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, and life-threatening events. Also, Testosterone prescriptions can cause Venous blood clots, according to the FDA these clots can lead to Deep Vein Thrombosis, Venous Thromboembolism and Pulmonary Embolism. To top off, Viagra-Sildenafil has caused and can cause Melanoma, a type of skin cancer. Yet, these 2 erectile dysfunction drugs are the star sellers for the pharmaceutical companies.

  2. Hi i was listening to your podcast and awhile ago i heard on it something about hlass dildos i was wondering what was the website that you mentioned it was the one you mentioned after going to a conversation of some sorts

  3. Hi! I’ve tried to look through your podcasts and cant find anything so far. Maybe I missed it…I’m wondering if there is a speaker or interview regarding going the evolution of various kinds of people sexuality across races, religion, background, etc. what age did people have their first sexual thoughts, what age did they act on them, what does sexuality mean to them and how would the person describe the evolution of how they became their self with the sexuality they have today? Did it always feel this way?

    Im also am curious, how do people who have an aversion to sex, touch, or any kind of intimacy maneuver their sexuality. I’ve noticed that others may have this fear or anxiety but still want a relationship, children, etc so bad! Similar to the video “forty year old virgins” on Netflix. They felt so blocked in their sexuality and I’m wondering how much of the population feels similarly. I’m also curious about sex surrogate male and female experiences. When someone does have this kind of aversion how does their dating world work? I would imagine this could get awkward very quickly for someone who doesn’t want to be kissed or hugged let alone have sex….ever really.

    Anyway, those are some thoughts that have come up in my work as a therapist. Sexuality is so interesting to me and is so important to the whole well being of the person so trying to guide these particular people and gather evidence that they are not alone.

    Thanks so much! 🙂

  4. Hey Sandra, I have no idea if you’ll read this. But I just wanted to say that I’m a big fan of your podcast and in your absence I’ve been listening to your older episodes. Before listening to your podcast I had no word for what I was when it came to sex but I think Sex Nerd captures it so well (also, the definition you gave in your post a couple days ago was great)! I guess I don’t really have a lot more to say than just that I think you have made a huge positive impact on my curiosity and knowledge surrounding sex and so many topics therein. So thank you and if you do ever start doing podcast-y things again, I’ll be listening in a heartbeat. But if not, I hope you’re doing really well on your journey and staying nerdy!

Nerd out here & at the Sex Nerd Sandra facebook page!

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