Social media has changed how we communicate and interact with one another, but is that always a good thing? This week, we talk about how social media might seem convenient and easy, but it may not be the best way to create or maintain any relationship.
Religion has a lot to say about sex, but the big question is whether or not God wants us to have fun in the bedroom. This week Steven and Jackie talk about religion, many of its rules about sexuality, whether those rules are reasonable, and how our own sex lives are intertwined with our beliefs.
We all want to be comfortable with ourselves and our sexuality, but how do we do that? This week Steven Ing talks with Courtney Smith Kramer, author of “21 Reasons Creativity is Like Sex,” about how she became comfortable with talking about sexuality, why she wrote a book about it and the creative industry’s intersection with sexuality.
Consent is obviously mandatory during sex, but how can it lead to more productive arguments?
How can we help people move on with their lives in a healthy and productive way?
In this week’s “AskING for a Friend,” we bring the friend into the studio. Kurt Thigpen discusses his experience as a gay youngster in the Boy Scouts and what the Scouts could do to truly celebrate diversity.
Do you feel like you’re superior, or inferior, to your mate? In today’s podcast, we talk about how equality can affect our relationships. Give it a listen and let us know your thoughts.
Are you ready to proactively take control of your romantic life? In this podcast, we talk about Steven Ing’s “30 Days to Reclaim Your Mojo” and how it can help you think more rationally about love and sex.
When affairs happen in 50% of marriages, what can you do to protect yours?
We love weddings (especially the royal kind!) as much as the next person, but it can be a problem when the wedding becomes more important than the relationship or, eventually, the marriage.