Steven was honored to be among a select group of individuals being honored by PRSA Sierra Nevada at their annual Silver Spikes awards ceremony, held at the Silver Legacy on November 1. Steven received the Mark Twain Community Service Award, which is for non-public relations professional who use communications to make the world a better place. Steven was recognized for his dedication to bringing the important topic of sexuality into mainstream conversation.
Arts & Pop Culture
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.
How can we help people move on with their lives in a healthy and productive way?
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.
In this podcast, we discuss Amy Schumer’s new movie, “I Feel Pretty.” What does it mean to be pretty? Is it about how you look? Or how you act?
Why are we talking about World of Warcraft on a show about sexuality? If you’ve ever spent time in an MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game), chances are good you’ve experienced some ugly sexism, homophobia and racism.
Men need male friends. This seems obvious, yet it’s alarming how many men forgo this important need.
The #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have shined a critical light on the problem of sexual abuse in the workplace. Why has it taken so long? Will we finally be able to effect critical change and make work environments safer for women and men alike?
Sexuality and relationships is our theme for this week's podcast. Join us as we discuss the intentional interview and your magic sex number, victim shaming, plus how do you overcome the odds when your soulmate is a fish?
This week, we talk with our guest Verita Black Prothro, about Black Panther, its evolved gender roles and how those affect the onscreen relationships. We also address the issue of toxic masculinity and how loneliness could be contributing to our nation’s shooting crisis.