1. The Humanist Hour #86: Dan Savage


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    In this month’s podcast, Dan Savage, 2013 Humanist of the Year, is interviewed by Dr. Marty Klein during the American Humanist Association’s 72nd Annual Conference held May 30-June 2, 2013 in San Diego, CA. Listen as Dan and Marty discuss a wide range of topics including his Humanist of the Year award, marriage, sex, monogamy, children and family, politics, LGBTQ issues, and more. Note: This episode’s interview has been edited for length and language to meet broadcast requirements but still contains explicit adult content. For those who would like to hear the unedited interview, click here: https://soundcloud.com/the-humanist-hour/dan-savage-the-unedited

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    • The Humanist Hour #75: America’s War on Sex [explicit]


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      In this month’s podcast, Jes and Todd interview Marty Klein, Ph.D., who suggests a humanist approach to healthy sexuality. America’s War on Sex with Marty Klein Ph.D. Dr. Marty Klein has been a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist for 31 years. He has aimed his entire career toward a single set of goals: telling the truth about sexuality, helping people feel sexually adequate & powerful, and supporting the healthy sexual expression and exploration of women and men. Marty pursues his goal of a sexually enlightened world through therapy, lectures, writing, lobbying, media, and forensic (courtroom) work. Marty has authored over 100 articles in publications such as Parents, New Woman, and Playboy, as well as San Francisco Medicine, the California Therapist, and the Journal of Homosexuality. He is a former contributing editor to The New Physician, American Baby, and Modern Bride, and he is quoted every year in dozens of national publications and websites, such as The New Yorker and Huffington Post.

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      • Training for Therapists on Infidelity: Beyond Trauma to Transformation


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        Even the most experienced therapist can feel overwhelmed by couples struggling with infidelity. This program features eight cutting edge presentations focusing on how to treat couples struggling with infidelity, the complexities of marriage, sex, intimacy and monogamy in couples. Also how values of the therapist can affect clinical decisions. Recordings of this program are available online at: lifespanlearn.org.

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        • Dr. Marty Klein: Sexual Intelligence--10 Things Humanists Need to Know About Sex


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          Religion talks about sex obsessively. Why don't Humanists talk more about sex? And what should we say? Is there a Humanist vision of sexuality? Does it include pleasure, fantasy, power dynamics, taboos? What's our vision of "normal sex"? When it comes to sex, Humanists and religious people have a lot in common—too much; American culture is ruthless in creating guilt, shame, anxiety, and confusion—especially confusion. How does America's moral panic around sex undermine our pleasure, intimacy, and ability to think creatively so we can make good sexual decisions? How are male and female sexuality more similar than different? Why are infidelity rates—and the reasons— similar among Humanists and religious people? What about kinky sex, anyway? In this entertaining, provocative talk, a veteran sex therapist shares the thoughts and feelings of the men and women he's listened to during 35,000 sessions of sex therapy and couples counseling. Biography: Dr. Marty Klein is a licensed psychotherapist, certified sex therapist, and international lecturer in sexuality and public policy. He has been an expert witness or invited plaintiff in many important state and federal obscenity and anti-censorship cases. His landmark book America's War On Sex, with a foreword by the ACLU's Nadine Strossen, was honored as Book of the Year by AASECT, and has since been released in an updated second edition.

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