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If it was going to happen, it probably had to happen in Sin City. The American Republican Party has long had the trappings of a modern day sex cult with a rigid adherence to a long list of doctrinaire beliefs that seek command and control over the vast
Sexual futurists are aware that, sexually speaking, people are hurting everywhere on this planet for reasons that have nothing to do with "acts of God" or "natural causes." We know that individual sexual criminals are amateurs compared to national pogroms against those with the "wrong" sexual orientation and those with the wrong gender. And none of us seem to be getting anything clos
Poor George Will. He has such a refreshing view of himself. A glance at his most recent column prompted SF to reach out for an interview. As usual, he [at left] showed
"Just asking," is what we often say after we've offended someone and they are beyond a rational response. You'll probably have to use that phrase a lot when you start talking about sexuality and religion. Sexual Futurist recently had the opportunity to interview Darrel Ray, the author of "Sex and God." According to his
In Sexual Futurist's interview with Dr. Darrel Ray (below,at left), author of "Sex and God," he became increasingly personal and helpful as he challenged us to engage with the religious around us.
Sexual Futurist: How do you push past the frustration in every day life when religion becomes the topic of conversation? In other words, how do you maintain your composure and emotions when you see or hear of some needless pain that you know is essentially caused by organized religion?