Speaking of Sex An interview with psychologist Christopher Ryan, co-author of the New York Times bestseller Sex at Dawn: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality

by Barry F. Seidman and Arnell Dowret

Christopher Ryan received a BA in English and American literature from Saybrook University in San Francisco, California, in 1984 and returned twenty years later... Read More

Plato, Romance, and Self-Inquiry

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by John Bardi

If philosophy has all along proclaimed the unexamined life to be not worth living, it seems not yet to have grasped that the unloving... Read More

Evolution and the Thong-Burqa Continuum

by Katrina Voss

The “Thong Song,” a rap homage to butt-baring bikinis, was released in 1999, several years after I graduated from an ideologically feminist all-women’s college.... Read More

Praying for Sex

by Luis Granados

A 140-year-old organization in London called the “Catholic Truth Society” has published a new “Prayer Book for Spouses,” containing among other things a prayer... Read More