A Slow Hand, An Easy Touch (1 of 3)

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When Religion Gets Sexuality Right…

We have a lot to offer. Our ancient sexual wisdom speaks to a healthy and helpful pacing for sexual relationships.

In these three episodes, we look at the research of zoologist and anthropologist, Desmond Morris. He has studied the psychological and emotional processes necessary to form stable sexual bonds.

Which, it turns out, take some time.

This is part 1 of 3.
Have a listen,



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  1. Interesting. A little exhausting. Too much intellect required. Lol! But I’ll see where you going on this.

    Never had any sex ed as such. I think I missed out as a result. I might have done better had there been some, but on the other hand I might not have. What I did pick up sub-consciously was not positive or encouraging, but repressive or oppressive and negative. I don’t think that is healthy. So if there had been some overt ed it might have reinforced a negative, so perhaps it was good there was none.

    My thinking is that Christian morality has generally not cut it. It has resulted in hindrance to healthy development and that in turn has resulted in rebellion and unhealthy development of relationship. So if you have a healthier morality (which it seems you might when I hear you talk of the negativity of rules – how we do like rules!)then I think this could be helpful, which is why I want to listen to more, even though it’s very intellectual so far.

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