close menu
Episode 165: Sex Nerd Sandra
The Silent Duck with Allison Moon plus Jess & Roe!
Sex Nerd SandraSex Nerd Sandra

Sex Nerd Sandra #165: The Silent Duck with Allison Moon plus Jess & Roe!

NO PUNCHING ALLOWED! Girl Sex 101 author and sex educator Allison Moon clarifies misunderstandings about her favorite activity: vaginal fisting. THEN Jess & Roe give us a hand with 201 and 301 techniques. TOPICS: Accidental Fisting, Sex Menu, Lesbian Stuff, Being Inside, Connecting Deeply, Extreme Stereotypes, Tightness Myth, Snapping Back, Squirting, Vaginal Muscle Activity, Koko the Gorilla, Pregnancy Prep, Aroused Labor, Lube, Fingering+, Internal Massage and Talking to Girls. THEN: Fisting Friends, Performance Anxiety, The Purpose of the Pinky, Pussy Demolition, Kung Fu Grip, Gloves, Social Judgement, Handballing, Fancy Double Hand Move, Withdrawal and NO PUNCHING!

 

Allison Moon is the author of the queer sex-ed comic, Girl Sex 101, and the Tales of the Pack series of novels about lesbian werewolves. Her newest book, Bad Dyke, is a collection of true, salacious stories and will release in November. Allison teaches workshops on strap-on sex, polyamory, sexual self-expression, erotica writing, and more– all around the US and Canada.  Learn more at GirlSex101.com

 

Follow @SexNerdSandra on Twitter and Facebook! And visit Sex Nerd Sandra’s calendar of live events!

A Guide to Stephen King's Lovecraftian Gods

A Guide to Stephen King's Lovecraftian Gods

article
Did an International LAST JEDI Trailer Foreshadow Snoke’s Plan for Rey?

Did an International LAST JEDI Trailer Foreshadow Snoke’s Plan for Rey?

video
DEADPOOL 2 Wrap Photos Reveal Best GOLDEN GIRLS Easter Egg

DEADPOOL 2 Wrap Photos Reveal Best GOLDEN GIRLS Easter Egg

article

Comments

  1. Hi! As a comment to the part about not coming inside a pregnant woman as it might induce labor – are there any sources on that? ;My wife doubted me when I told her – and I’m supposed to be the skeptic in the family 🙂

    • AllisonMoon says:

      Hi Johan! Midwives commonly prescribe penis/vagina sex as a way to help induce labor because the prolactins in semen may help soften the cervix. The few peer reviewed studies I’ve been able to find have such small sample sizes they haven’t been able to confirm the claim (not that the data doesn’t exist, but a cursory google didn’t turn up anything substantive.). Nonetheless it’s still a go-to technique to help get things moving. 

  2. Stralenko says:

    Not allowed to download.

  3. Fixed! Thanks for letting us know.

  4. Snadvitch says:

    The download link appears to be broken, at least on my side. Anyone else not seeing it?