Forget about Pussy Riot--what about a museum? Boring you say? But where an "in your face" approach to human sexual rights may not be working, what about a museum with an admission fee? The definition of "gay propaganda" for Vladimir Putin is any display of support for homosexuality.
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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 continuum of human sexuality. But Las Vegas, Nevada just may have become the cradle of a modern Republican Party rebirth and angry white old gusys don't look so angry anymore. The
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 close to a real education regarding human sexuality. But sexual futurists are winning against the angry men of the GOP [see above, not the one on the left].
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 up with his college-prep vocabulary, ready to rumble.
"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 bio,
Sexual futurists include some who believe in God, many who do not and others who hold to a variety of both extremes. But whatever your position on religion it is undeniable that religion has had an enormous influence on human sexual behavior. In our continuing interview with Dr. Darrel Ray, author of "Sex and God," we examine how his own thoughts on both sexuality and religion have evolved and informed.
"No amount of belief makes something a fact." --James Randi Many sexual futurists are hopeful while many more are pessimistic about the idea of integrating sexuality and spirituality in a manner that would contextualize sexuality while grounding our spirituality. In this vein, Darrel Ray, author of "Sex and God," shares his thoughts in an exclusive interview with Sexual Futurist:
Sexual Futurist's exclusive interview with Dr. Ray, author of "Sex and God" continues. He makes the case that religion must be held accountable for a number of irrationally based policies that have successfully repressed human sexuality and simultaneously, science and women.
In Sexual Futurist's exclusive interview with Dr. Darrel Ray, author of "Sex and God," he explains how religions around the world continue to bring shame to us all about normal human sexuality, calling out names and giving examples.