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In this episode of the newly relaunched Erosophia Podcast, Jason, William, Devin, and Joia talk about same-sex marriage. News 1. Herpes Strikes Two More Infants After Ritual Circumcision 2. Judge orders morning-after pill available without prescription 3. Bet You Can’t Tell The Difference Between These Actual Anti-Interracial And Anti-Gay Marriage Quotes 4. Introducing the Condom of the […]
by Jason Stotts Summary: Our language related to sex must be expanded to capture all of the variations that we see in real life. And we need to understand this because sex is good and a valuable part of a human life. The way we structure our relationships and sex lives has a lot of optionality […]
The current US population is 313,914,040 people, 313 million people. If you put all those polysexual people in one state it would be the 5th most populated state in the US. That those 5% of the US population, those 1 in 20 people feel ashamed at their desires and feel like they’ll be rejected by society at large. There are more polysexuals than gay people.
by Jason Stotts Polyamory is one topic that I haven’t written much on. It’s not because I don’t want to, but rather because it’s hard to find good information about it. While I’ve read all of the “core texts” like Tristan Taormino’s Opening Up and Dossie Easton’s The Ethical Slut, it’s still hard to imagine living a […]
by Jason Stotts In this post, I want to draw some distinctions between different, but somewhat similar, sexual practices. Candaulism Candaulism is a term that comes to us from the Greek myth of King Candaules. In the myth, the king surreptitiously reveals his wife to one of his ministers. The sexual practice, then, is when […]
by Jason Stotts I saw this come across the twitter earlier today (via @kellyelmore79) and several people were kind enough to forward it to me as well. I think it’s one of the best things I’ve seen in awhile. I share this etymological worry myself. As I said in “On Polysexuality“: What I am interested in analyzing […]