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Episode 34: Sex Nerd Sandra
Oral Sex: BJ Basics!
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Sex Nerd Sandra #34: Oral Sex: BJ Basics!

TONGUE EXERCISE! TECHNIQUES! HOT SPOTS! Sandra and Dave discuss topics including: Strap on BJs, Taste, Manly Yeast Infections, Face F***ing, Finding the Magic Pressure, Dome vs Virgin Mouth, Pleasure Anatomy, The Swordswallower’s Secret, Fun Techniques and a parting thought on Virginity!

Listen to Sandra’s guest appearance discussing backdoor antics on Freddy & Eddy’s podcast, “Sex Talk From Behind Our White Picket Fence”!

Follow @DaveToTheRoss and @SexNerdSandra on Twitter!

And visit Sex Nerd Sandra’s website for more sexy nerdiness!

Special thanks to Carvin for supplying us with the equipment we need to record this podcast! Check out for more information on recording equipment, guitars, amps and more!

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  1. Erin says:

    This is a really belated comment (sorry!), but if you concentrate on breathing through your nose that can help with the gag reflex. Learned that from my dentist because I used to choke during teeth cleanings.

  2. Vincent S says:

    Just watched “The Point” a couple of days ago with Sandra, Cara Santa Maria and Nina Hartley with Christopher Ryan. Was awesome, check it out.

  3. Dan says:

    I’ve been inspired to change my voice mail message to, “please leave your thoughts on cock.”

  4. TM says:

    (One’s podcast partner as the voice of one’s inner monolog Definitely sounds like a boundary issue…)

  5. Todd Mason says:

    I’ll suggest the only other skin that is nearly as sensitive the same way as the frenulum, in terms of sensitivity to stroking, is the corner of the eyelid. The center of the eyelid being too sensitive to pressure on the eye…but the outer corner of a closed eyelid is almost as sensitive in the same way, and about as receptive to a gentle stroke. My experience, anyway.