Have we reached peak dating app apathy? Do sex and technology have a place in the bedroom? These are questions I went to Bryony Cole with. As the host of The Future of Sex, Bryony uses her podcast as a means to explore the brave new world of physical intimacy. Featuring interviews with sex and technology thought leaders, The Future of Sex is a head first dive into a new world of intimacy crossed with innovation.
In this episode we talk about:
- The difference between the US and Australian tech industries
- Make Love Not Porn
- Social sex and technology
- Ethical porn
- Guys who don’t like porn
- Feminism and porn
- Stoya and Trenchoat X
- Virtual reality
- Why we’ll never stop fucking in real life
- Masturbation, teledildonics and the role of toys between long-distance couples
- Episode Four of Season One and MiaMuse.com
- What defines a sex act?
- The definition of cheating in a virtual world
- Ethnographic research in the sex and technology industry
- Skirt Club parties
- Feminine sexual energy vs masculine sexual energy
- The Orgasm Prescription
- Maintaining intimacy in a long-term relationship
- Hook up culture and dating apps
- The concept of casual dating
- The secret to approaching asking someone out IRL
- Virtual Reality Sex School
- Badoink and virtual reality sex
- Pillow Play and the 30 days of sex challenge for couples
- Is everyone having sex except me?
- Chastity, religion and sexuality
- The demographic having the least sex
- The rise of the herbivore man and the carnivorous women
Be sure to check out The Future of Sex on iTunes.
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