Tag Archive for 'relationships'

On Valentine’s Day

by Jason Stotts Some people think that Valentine’s Day is not a real holiday; that it is simply a “Hallmark Holiday,” constructed to bring in money for cards.   They think that they shouldn’t have to show their love on just one day and as long as their partner knows that they love them throughout the […]

Sexuality and Privacy

by Jason Stotts I think that some of the ideas that people hold about sex are quite interesting.  Some people think that monogamy is natural (it isn’t, although it still might be an optimal form of relationship for some people).  Some people think that the purpose of sex is reproduction (that’s only one possible end […]

Mistakes Couples Make about Sex: Philosophy in Action Interview with Diana Hsieh

by Jason Stotts Last night I was interviewed on Diana Hsieh’s Blog Talk Radio show Philosophy in Action and we talked for about an hour on issues in sexual ethics and four common mistakes that couples make about sex.  It was really interesting being interviewed.  I’ve been writing for many years now, I’ve presented at multiple […]

Review: The Selfish Path to Romance

by Jason Stotts I don’t do a lot of book reviews here on Erosophia, it’s not because I don’t read much, in fact I read several books a month, but rather that most books that I read while good, are either not worth putting the effort into reviewing or are so horribly mixed that it’s […]

On Valentine’s Day

by Jason Stotts Some people think that Valentine’s Day is not a real holiday; that it is simply a “Hallmark Holiday,” constructed to bring in money for cards.   They think that they shouldn’t have to show their love on just one day and as long as their partner knows that they love them throughout the […]

The Importance of Sexual Satisfaction

by Jason Stotts When pollution gets into a system, it can be hard to identify how far reaching its poisons will go and what sort of damage it will cause.  Such is the cause with the man-hating philosophy of christianity.  The damage it has caused throughout human history is incalculable and its effects are far […]

Formspring: When is Sex Appropriate?

by Jason Stotts I’ve received another question from Formspring, this one about when it’s appropriate to have sex. When is it an appropriate time in a relationship to have sex? How do you know when one should? I have very little experience in this arena (I’m a 20 year old male in college), and don’t […]

Letter from a Reader

by Jason Stotts I rarely get comments on my blog.  Even more rarely do I get letters from readers.  Thus, sometimes I feel like I’m writing Erosophia for myself, like I have no readers.  Not that I actually believe it, since I know that I actually have thousands, but that I get burnt out on […]