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The so-called “sexual revolution” was a hoax.
A revolution is based on radical change and while the goal of the sexual revolution was supposed to be freer thinking about sex and sexuality, Americans are actually less free when it comes to sex.
More sex has harmed our society.
Americans are having more sex, but less education.
They are having more sex, but less protection.
And, there is more sex but less love and marriage.
In America, we are nearly schizophrenic with our approach to sex.
There has been no real revolution regarding sex, because in many ways, we have de-evolved.
Listen to The Bridge Radio Sunday at 4pm Pacific as we discuss sex, sexuality and our strange relationship with sex. Join Award-Winning Author Darryl James and co-hosts Tracy Powell, Dr. John Hamilton, Marcus D. LeGall III and DJ Gates on one of the most intellectually stimulating shows on radio.
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None of us would be here if it were not for sex. Thus it makes it to be a very important aspect of life. However, often times it is not approached in a balanced way. For many it is often suppressed or overstimulated. It can be both a great source of pleasure as well as a great source of pain. Many have experiences that range in between. Good or bad, it is an experience that most of us will encounter and how we participate and relate in the experience of sex and sexuality will have lasting effects on our spirit, mind and body. This is sure to be a very stimulating topic. We welcome you to join us. We will have a special guest, Dr. Akua Gray who is the author of her latest book Holistic Sexuality: A practical Guide to Sexual Healing. Dr. Akua Gray will share her thoughts on Sex and evaluating what you need to change to make it holistic.
Today’s Relax, Let Go, BE with Charles, focuses on Sex, Sexuality and the connection to our Mind, Body and Spirit. In depth discussion of sex and sexuality and how, fears, judgements and past experiences can get in the way of enjoying our bodies and being fully with our lovers/partners. This will be part 1 of 4 dealing with Sex, Love and Partners and Relationships continuing on Wednesdays in January. Listeners are encouraged to call in and share their questions and experiences. Special 90 minute episode to allow for more qestions and calls. This episode will include a guided meditation to help you connect more with your mind, body and spirit. You can listen live, and if you choose you can join in the conversation by calling (646)-721-9527.
Sex, sexuality and intimacy are topics that make a lot of people uncomfortable. This week Taylor Hammond Foster and Michael Brazell take a look at the spirituality of these three topics. What are your questions? Insights? Ideas? How do these three topics play into our spirituality.
Each week join Michael Brazell and Taylor Hammond Foster as they take you on a journey into the spiritual. Each episode is geared towards facilitating community conversation on a variety of spiritual topics and current events. We try and blend practical advice with deep conversation.
This is a community based show. We want to hear from YOU! What topics would you like to hear on the show? What would help you grow as a seeker? Do you have guest reccomendations?
We've covered everything from conspiracy to Reiki, meditation to intution. We love diving into the deep end fo life's journey.
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Sex, Sexuality & Gender: Behavior, Beliefs, Identity, Orientation, Performance & Presentation:
Besides researchers, must the rest of us speak the same Sexuality and Gender Language in order to communicate effectively?
Call and tell us whether similarity in word use and definition bridges differences when people discuss sexuality, desire, identity and attraction. Does it result in forced choice or does it enhance communication?
This Sunday, join Sex Positive Works for a "touching" discussion with none other than Kitty Pride of Sex, by Kitty Pride.
As a licensed massage therapist and sexpert, she will give us some ideas about how different types of touch can produce different outcomes - sexual or not. Also, for those who prefer rough touch to gentle touch; high intensity, short duration touch to low intensity, long duration touch; implements to manual touch; or even machine-generated stimulation to self touch, what are the best ways to maintain balance, to experience pleasure,and to (when appropriate) reciprocate and be responsive?
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Glamazon Tyomi Morgan is a freelance writer, model and sex educator with a deeply rooted passion for spreading the message of sex positivity and encouraging the masses to embrace their sexuality. Her website, www.glamerotica101.com, reaches internationally as a source for advice and information for the sexually active/curious. Tyomiis also a staff writer for Ebonymagazine. Follow her on Twitter at @glamazontyomi.
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Prostitution has been around since as soon as it could be paid for. Men and women both engage in this profession and does the addition of a camera change it from whoring yourself for money or attention into a legitimate profession or exploration or are we just fooling ourselves.
We sell sex appeal and sexual desire and in some places around the world we sell sex itself. Is there a line between whore and slut and what's the difference and how does a man or a woman know which side of the line they are on?
Vanessa Schiodtz (from Seattle) broadcasts another Spiritist talk from international and national speakers. Enjoy it!
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Join us tomorrow evening as we discuss having the sex talk with kids. How soon is too soon to have the talk about sex with kids? Why is it necessary for kids to learn about sex from their parents? Is sex something we should talk to our kids about or leave it to the school? If we have the sex talk with our kids what should we cover, how much is too much information to share, or is "too much" even a thing? Are you uncomfortable discussing sex with your child? If so, why?
Parents, lets have an open and candid discussion...
We want to hear from you!