Saturday 19th October, 2013
4:30pm to 5:30pm
The sexual morality of traditional religion tends to be based, not on solid ethical principles, but on a set of taboos about what kinds of sex God does and doesn’t want people to have. And while the sex-positive community offers a more thoughtful view of sexual morality, it still often frames sexuality as positive by seeing it as a spiritual experience. What are some atheist alternatives to these views? How can atheists view sexual ethics without a belief in God? And how can atheists view sexual transcendence without a belief in the supernatural?
Atheist feminist sex writer and blogger, public speaker, bi-dyke, rabble-rouser, firebrand, food snob, fashionista without a budget, keeper of the pillow fort. bio from Twitter
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