In today’s society, we are overloaded with sexuality through television, newspapers and social media – yet it is striking how little we talk about sexuality – beyond boast and shame. The sexualized worldview today might be powered by highly advanced technology, but it is built on a core structure of not-so-highly-advanced wisdom.
Facebook was originally a college prank, designed to objectify and degrade women. Tinder was designed to select our intimate sexual partners based on their photo. Every imaginable form of pornography, or the evening’s sexual partner, are available only two clicks away. But where is the knowledge and conversation on how to navigate and negotiate in this world – for the quality of our sexual health, personal growth and quality of life?