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Erosophia Podcast #24: Children and Sexuality (Part 2)

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In this episode of the Erosophia Podcast Jason, Devin, Joia, and William continue their disucssion sexuality as it relates to children and adolescents.

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Today’s Topic: Children and Sexuality

Most people have heard the term “pedophilia,” but few people know what it actually means.  What about hebephilia?  What about eppebophilia?  Is it ever okay for an adult to have sex with a minor?  How do we go about setting reasonable age of consent laws?  All of this and more is in this episode!

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Erosophia Podcast #23: Children and Sexuality

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In this episode of the Erosophia Podcast Jason and William discuss sexuality as it relates to children and adolescents.

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Today’s Topic: Children and Sexuality

Children and sex seem to be like oil and water. But sex is a part of a child’s reality, just like an adults. Is it healthy for children to explore their sexuality? What age should this process begin, and what effects do parents have on children’s sexual identity during development? What does pedophilia mean, and what is wrong with it? Jason and William won’t shy away from controversy in this episode of the Erosophia Podcast!

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Erosophia Podcast #22: Pleasure and The Purpose of Life

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In this episode of the Erosophia Podcast, Jason, Devin, and William discuss the role of pleasure in life, the life focussed on pleasure (hedonism), and whether that is a real path to living a good life.

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Today’s Topic: Pleasure and the Purpose of Life

 What is hedonism?  Is it simply the pursuit of pleasure?  Is there more to it?  Can pleasure be pursued directly?  Is pleasure just pleasure or is there more to it?  Are there moral alternatives to hedonism?  Do these need to be pleasureless?  The answer to all of these questions and more in this episode of the Erosophia Podcast!

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You can support the show by making a donation via PayPal (see bar to the right) or Amazon Payment (or any other payment method you might want, just get in touch with us).  You can also use Erosophia’s referral link to Amazon to buy things.  You can sign up for Kasidie, the best lifestyle site on the web.  Or you can tell your friends and spread the word about the podcast on Facebook and Twitter.

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Erosophia Podcast #21: An Interview with Progressive Swingers

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In this episode of the Erosophia Podcast, Jason, Devin, and William interview a couple (Mark and Susie) who engage in progressive swinging.

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Today’s Topic: An Interview with Progressive Swingers

In the interview, we discuss the idea of progressive swinging and what that looks like for Mark and Susie.  In case you don’t know, progressive swinging is swinging where you also have relationships with the couples.  In this sense, it’s something like a cross between traditional swinging and polyamory.

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Questions for Us?

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Erosophia Podcast #20: Exhibitionism and Voyeurism

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

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Questions

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

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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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You can support the show by making a donation via PayPal (see bar to the right) or Amazon Payment (or any other payment method you might want, just get in touch with us).  You can also use Erosophia’s referral link to Amazon to buy things.  You can sign up for Kasidie, the best lifestyle site on the web.  Or you can tell your friends and spread the word about the podcast on Facebook and Twitter.

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Erosophia Podcast #19: Racial Fetishes and the BBC

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In this episode of the Erosophia Podcast, Jason, Devin, and Joia discuss Racial Fetishes.

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Question

“Given that it’s possible for couples to have arrangements where they may have sex with other people outside the relationship, how should a man act, accordingly, if he sees a married woman he’s interested in, or if the married woman shows interest in him?

I’m not  talking about cheating, of course, but given that whole “arrangements” thing . . . is there an appropriate way to flirt/court, or find out about a potential arrangement?”

– Interested in Wives

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Today’s Topic: Racial Fetishes

What are fetishes? What kinds of race-related fetishes are there? Is there any moral import to racial fetishes?  On this episode we discuss these fetishes and their morality.

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Erosophia Podcast #18: Sex Work and Prostitution

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In this episode of the Erosophia Podcast, Jason, Devin, William, and Joia, interview philosopher Ole Martin Moen about sex work and prostitution.

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Today’s Topic: Sex Work and Prostitution

What is prostitution?  Can it ever be moral?

Find out in our interview with philosopher Ole Martin Moen!

Ole Martin Moen’s paper “Is prostitution harmful?”

Support the Podcast

You can support the show by making a donation via PayPal (see bar to the right) or Amazon Payment (or any other payment method you might want, just get in touch with us).  You can also use Erosophia’s referral link to Amazon to buy things.  You can sign up for Kasidie, the best lifestyle site on the web.  Or you can tell your friends and spread the word about the podcast on Facebook and Twitter.

If you want to advertise on the Erosophia Podcast, please contact us at Jason(at)JasonStotts.com or on twitter via @ErosPod.

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Questions for Us?

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Erosophia Podcast #17: Sex Work and Erotic Dancing

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In this episode of the Erosophia Podcast, Jason, Devin, William, and Joia, discuss sex work and erotic dancing.

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Question

I need advice on how to establish a sexually active lifestyle. I am a virgin in my mid-twenties who lives with his parents and can’t have a partner over for complicated reasons I don’t want to get into.  I can’t move out right now for financial reasons, but am looking to get my own place as soon as I get back on my feet, which may be a year or more. I’m not interested in a long-term relationships right now, but I also don’t want one-night stands and all that. Currently there’s no one in my immediate contacts that I’d like to heavily invest in a relationship with, but plenty for both sexual relations and other satisfying psychological things (such as fulfilling conversations, activities done together on occasion, and so forth.)

I’m not a virgin because I’m shy or afraid, but rather because I continually make excuses as to why I “can’t” have sex, such as planning a major out-of-state move or trying to resolve my financial debts (leaving little money for dating), so since I’ve habituated the single-living lifestyle for all my life I’m not sure how to make the cross-over. Plus, my living conditions are unsuitable to bring another person in.

So how do I go from virgin nerd overly-focused on the single life to James Bond-stylin’ nerd focused on life AND gettin’ it on?

– John

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Sex Tips: Enthusiasm

There are few qualities relating to sex that are as attractive as enthusiasm.

Tonight’s Topic: Sex Work and Erotic Dancing

Both Joia and Devin have worked as erotic dancers before and we talk about their experiences and whether such work can be a moral choice for a person.

Support the Podcast

You can support the show by making a donation via PayPal (see bar to the right) or Amazon Payment (or any other payment method you might want, just get in touch with us).  You can also use Erosophia’s referral link to Amazon to buy things.  You can sign up for Kasidie, the best lifestyle site on the web.  Or you can tell your friends and spread the word about the podcast on Facebook and Twitter.

If you want to advertise on the Erosophia Podcast, please contact us at Jason(at)JasonStotts.com or on twitter via @ErosPod.

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Questions for Us?

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William(at)JasonStotts.com

Joia(at)JasonStotts.com

Devin(at)JasonStotts.com

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@ErosPod

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