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Episode 46: Sex Nerd Sandra
The Invisible Bisexual
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Sex Nerd Sandra #46: The Invisible Bisexual

PANSEXUALS, OMNISEXUALS and OPPORTUNISTS! Dave and Sandra talk orientation. Sandra talks with Regina Reinhardt, Ph.D of The American Institute of Bisexuality about what it means to like everybody. Topics include: The importance of bisexual research, swinger communities, bi males, bullying, the Kinsey scale, tough relationship choices, and fun terms like bi-attracted, bi-curious, poly pan, and more!

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  1. Rabid Coyotes says:

    50 Cent has expressed polyamorous sympathies in some of his raps.

  2. Cyanide says:

    Nothing pisses me off more than people asking weather I’m really bi
    they wouldn’t second guess me if I told them I was gay

    This one guy claimed I was lying, and I’m like “yes cuss I’ve got so much to gain, like being ostracized by both heteros and gays”

  3. doozie says:

    Hmmm… Sandra, it’s nice to have an academic point of view, but I think you can do better than this with the topic. How about inviting on someone more enthusiastic and less generally negative about bisexuality? How about the Adam guy you mentioned? It’s time bisexuality was no longer treated like a curse! Love your work. tx

  4. Karl90020 says:

    I’m SURE I’m not the only one who was aroused by Dave talking about big round heavy balls at the beginning of the podcast. LOL

  5. Ben Smith says:

    With regards to the etymology of pan- versus omni-, they mean exactly the same thing. Omni- is from Latin and pan- is from Greek.

  6. Mark Rajca says:

    Polly pan sounds delicious, maybe like an peanut butter?