by Jason Stotts This is a really good and insightful article about the dangers of confusing the particular way you do something with the absolutely right way to do something. It’s also a good example of why compromise is important in relationships. My “Aha Moment” happened because of a package of hamburger meat. I asked […]
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by Jason Stotts I get lots of emails from readers asking for advice. I always try to at least give them some kind of response and recently we’ve been answering questions on the podcast as well. Most of the time I respond and never hear from the person again. Sometimes we correspond for a while. […]
The topic of today’s show is infidelity, cheating, and relationships. We’re also introducing a new segment of sex tips. Sex in the News 1. Man Dies in Police Raid on Wrong House 2. Girl, 14, forced to become pregnant with donor sperm bought by mother 3. Second child of faith-healing couple dies after no medical care […]
by Jason Stotts I was interviewed by the Radically Candid Podcast again recently and the show is now up! As is always the case with Radically Candid, we talked about a lot of different topics, but we primarily talked about polysexuality and various issues as related to it. It was a lot of fun recording […]
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 […]
by Jason Stotts I’ve been busy getting the podcast together and getting ready for another interview with Radically Candid today. However, I want everyone to know (like you wouldn’t already know this), that Erosophia fully supports same-sex marriage and will continue to fight the philosophical battles related to same-sex marriage and just gays being treated like […]
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 There are lots of different kinds of marriages, and I don’t just mean same-sex marriages, poly-marriages, and other “non-traditional” marriages. There are different ways to have just “regular” old marriages between two people. One kind of marriage is a romantic marriage where two partners intertwine their lives and share a high level […]