Erosophia Podcast #20: Exhibitionism and Voyeurism


In this episode of the Erosophia Podcast, Jason, Devin, William and Joia discuss Exhibitionism and Voyeurism.


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I know a woman who has 4 kids, and 3 of them are gay. How is this possible?

Long answer: Gay, Straight, and the Reason Why


What do you think about the whole rule of not having sex with coworkers? Or, in other words, “Don’t get your honey where you get your money.” Do you think it has merit or that such a relationship can be worked out?

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Today’s Topic: Exhibitionism and Voyeurism

What are Exhibitionism and Voyeurism? Can the desire to show off or see someone engaging in sexual behavior be healthy? Find out in this episode.

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2 Responses to “Erosophia Podcast #20: Exhibitionism and Voyeurism”

  1. Bryan

    What do you think of this review of the book, “Gay, Straight and the Reasons Why”? It seems like the author has a Freudian view of sexual behaviour.

  2. JasonStotts

    I read it several years ago and recall really liking it. What makes you think it’s Freudian?