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Sex Nerd Sandra #117: Live Sex Nerd Sandra: PHILADELPHIA!
Episode 117: Sex Nerd Sandra
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Sex Nerd Sandra #117: Live Sex Nerd Sandra: PHILADELPHIA!

RACE FETISH and INTERETHNIC DATING! Comedian Darryl Charles and sexologist Dr. Timaree Schmit join Sandra on stage to figure out where couples have sex in their homes. Answer: Everywhere. Then sex and dating expert Twanna Hines sets Sandra straight on how to “get down with the Funky Brown.” TOPICS: Awkward Farting, Racial Stereotypes, Cuckolding, Math, Marriage, Cats, Cohabiting, Toilets, Sex Dreams, Breaking Bad, Urethral Sounding and the Pornhub Study. THEN: OKCupid Trends, Flawed Assumptions, Black Women Dating, Selection Bias and More Science!


Darryl Charles is one of the busiest comedians in Philadelphia. He is a talented stand-up who can be seen performing regularly at Helium Comedy Club and other venues throughout the region, he is a cast member of short-form improv powerhouse ComedySportz, a writer and performer for The Monthly Hour with James Hesky, and the co-host of new Philly Improv Theater panel discussion show DTF, the Darryl Timaree Fun Hour.


Sexologist Timaree Schmit earned a Ph.D. in Human Sexuality Education from Widener University, the culmination of a lifelong search for rational, sex-positive, empirically-based knowledge about sexuality. She now works as an adjunct professor, guest lecturer, and consultant. Sex with Timaree podcasts cover a range of topics and feature amazing, entertaining guests whose lives and professions touch on sexuality, and was named one of the Top Five Noteworthy Sexuality Podcasts on iTunes.


Twanna A. Hines, M.S., is an award­-winning educator, sex advisor, columnist, and TV and radio commentator focused on the sociology of sexuality and its relationship to culture and Internet technology. Founder of Funky Brown Chick, she has contributed to CNN, NPR, Sirius, Time Out New York, Lifetime, Mashable, Nerve, New York Press, Fast Company magazine, and the Huffington Post, as well as the CBC, Paris Première (French Television), and Al Jazeera. She has also been quoted in a host of outlets throughout the U.S., from New York Magazine to the San Francisco Chronicle.


Live show photo by artist, filmmaker and podcast producer Nathan Kuruna.


  1. john says:


  2. corruptintenz says:

    While one can say that Ok Cupid data has sample issues ergo, they cannot apply to the general population, one can similarly not say they do not. One must have data in support of a positive claim in either direction, and the methodology used to draw conclusions must be transparent and sound.

  3. RavenHarte says:

    So just an FYI for those of you not watching your counters on the episode. After Sandra “go team fun”s at the end of the Live portion at 1:04:25 there is like 3+min of dead air and then Sandra is back at 1:07:11 with Twanna Hines (Funky Brown Chick) talking about what was bothering her about the fetishizing of race. So STICK IT OUT MONKEYS THERE IS MORE

  4. Love the podcast guys! I just found Nerdist after reading about a sex(y) comedy show at and can’t wait to check that out as well as one of Darryl’s show. Great stuff here!

  5. John says:

    I listen to the podcast on the train to work, and as a black man married to a Japanese woman, I couldn’t wait to comment. I just spent six years in Okinawa and all of the Americans there described our lust for Asian women as “yellow fever”. I also appreciate your supplement with Ms. Hines. I remember that the 90s was considered the decade of the black woman, and they were in high demand. I don’t think that has changed, but as Twanna indicated, the sample bias doesn’t reflect national or global reality. I hope to see you in DC again. You rock.

  6. Xak says:

    The hydrogen peroxide question was great. I had to do some googling after hearing that. Check number 5 on this list.