Intelligent Adult Entertainment: An Oxymoron?

Wendy Strgar
Jul 23, 201
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If you are like most of us, you may be both intrigued and concerned about the power that sexual visual media has taken in our lives. This conversation with Mark Schoen, award winning sexual education film maker and founder of SexSmartFilms.com, will bring up questions you never knew you had and provide answers to many of the questions you were never able to ask.

Mark shares his insights and unique perspective on the differences between sexual health films and pornographic content. His ideas of building a visual frame of reference, that can both expand your capacity to communicate and understand your sexuality, will change the way you look at sexual content and even your own sex life. Mark’s entertaining and informative perspective will both intrigue and inspire you to explore what sexual health means to you. Tune in for a refreshing and provocative conversation you will not soon forget.

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Wendy Strgar, owner of Good Clean Love, is a loveologist who writes and lectures on Making
Love Sustainable
, a green philosophy of relationships which teaches
the importance of valuing the renewable resources of love and family.
Wendy helps couples tackle the questions and concerns of intimacy and
relationships, providing honest answers and innovative advice. Wendy
lives in Eugene, Oregon with her husband, a psychiatrist, and their four
children ages 11-20.


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I think "intelligent sex" is the oxymoron. Sex is the in the realm of the so-called reptilian brain. Intellectualizing sex murders it. Nothing is less erotic than talking about sex on an intellectual plane.

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