Sexual Futurist™ Blog

05.18.2018 | Arts & Pop Culture, Family & Relationships

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.

05.16.2018 | Arts & Pop Culture

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?

05.16.2018 | Education, Family & Relationships, Politics & Law, Religion, Science

Research proves abstinence-only sex education doesn’t work and can be downright dangerous but Congress continues to fund it anyway.

05.12.2018 | Family & Relationships

In this week’s podcast, we discuss the pros and cons of casual sex and how to avoid hurting one another in our quest for no-strings relationships.

05.05.2018 | Family & Relationships

In this podcast, we discuss the recent terrorist attack in Toronto, what motivates #Incels (involuntary celibates) and what we can do to help prevent more men from following this dangerous philosophy.

 
04.28.2018 | Family & Relationships

Join our conversation, where we discuss what we can we learn from some new philosophies about commitment — and what elements of love and relationships are consistent through the ages. 

04.20.2018 | Arts & Pop Culture

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.

 
04.14.2018 | Arts & Pop Culture, Family & Relationships

Men need male friends. This seems obvious, yet it’s alarming how many men forgo this important need.

04.06.2018 | Family & Relationships, Science

What do sex addiction and gay conversion therapy have in common? Neither one of them is an accepted term used by mental health professionals.

03.23.2018 | Arts & Pop Culture, Family & Relationships

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?

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