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Episode 65

Sex Nerd Sandra

Sex Nerd Nina Hartley!

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Sex Nerd Sandra #65: Sex Nerd Nina Hartley!

Swingers, dirty talk, & orgasmic ego boosts! Sex icon Nina Hartley nerds out on juicy tidbits.

Topics: Erotic Brain Structure, Kinky Venn Diagram, Yang Energy, Sex Environments, Fantasy Privacy, Giving & Receiving, Rachel Maddow, and How to be a Good Master & Lover!

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Her rock-solid belief in the importance of sexual autonomy has fueled Nina Hartley’s twenty-eight year career in adult entertainment. As a performer, director, writer, educator, public speaker, the original “feminist porn star” has traveled the world delivering her message. She’s the author of, “Nina Hartley’s Guide to Total Sex,” from Avery Press. Putting to use her B.S. degree in nursing she and her husband, I.S. Levine, have produced the million-selling sex-ed video series collectively known as  “The Nina Hartley Guides,” from Adam & Eve.  Still active in front of the camera, she and her husband live in Los Angles. Visit Nina.com for more!

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3 comments

  • I enjoyed the iitervnew you had with Chris, especially his use of webcams to have this Global reach. At MarketReach, we are going to look into Skype and the like, to have more personal communication with our clients around the country that we may never meet. To your question about work culture, I think it’s more important now more than ever to make your employees feel like they’re heard appreciated. Among the many benefits- they will not run off the minute the economy turns around.[]

  • Very solid. So…might we also expect, say, Susie Bright or Rachel Bussell down the road?

    “est” was more pernicious than Tony Robbins (though without the teeth). Like Synanon, only without even the hopeful beginning, it was a pyramid schemish “self-help” quasi-cult from jump. Not quite up there with some somewhat older organizations which might come to mind, but too close, and more widely-spread briefly.