by Jason Stotts I recently started reading Havelock Ellis’s Studies in the Psychology of Sex (if you don’t know who he is, he’s very important for sexual theory; see the wikipedia article linked). So far, I’m greatly enjoying them and I’ve only just begun! In fact, I think I may love Ellis. Here’s some of [...]
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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 In this interesting video of Mary Roach at TED, she talks about orgasm and you’ll definitely learn something new from it. Mary is the author of Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex, which is a really good book about some of the science behind sex written in a way that is accessible [...]
by Jason Stotts I was recently interviewed by the Radically Candid Podcast team on all sorts of topics in sexuality. If you’re looking for a no-holds-barred, uncensored, whirlwind tour of my sexual theory, this is the interview for you! (LINK) Radically Candid scrapes dangerously close to legitimacy as we welcome Jason Stotts, philosopher and blogger at Erosophia, [...]
by Jason Stotts I think it’s funny how many christians don’t know the origins of most of the easter symbols. Why, for example, are bunnies and eggs associated with zombies? The answer, of course, is the early christians adopted the pagan symbols for fertility: rabbits that multiply quickly and eggs that are the symbol of [...]
by Jason Stotts For anyone who is in the Southern California area and who wants to hear me speak, I’ll be giving a live lecture in two weeks, on Saturday February 11th, in Riverside California. Details can be found at www.SoCalObjectivists.com. Automatically Generated Related Posts:Chicago MiniconSexual Ethics and Objectivism (Update)Sexual Ethics and ObjectivismATLOSCon 2012ATLOSCon 2012
by Jason Stotts I want to thank everyone who attended my lecture over the weekend at COSCon. I hope that everyone found it interesting and engaging. If you’re interested in further readings, I recommend starting with the following: 1. “Of Living Death,” The Objectivist. Especially 530-531. (Or: The Voice of Reason, 46-63.) 2. “Francisco’s Sex Speech,” from Atlas Shrugged, [...]
by Jason Stotts I’ve recommended the book Sex at Dawn a number of times now, both in person and online. It’s a very interesting book about the sexual history of the human species and I think it proves that humans are not naturally monogamous. I highly, and enthusiastically, recommend it, even though it does contain [...]