Food For Thought: The Ethics of Porn

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Each week, a developing sexuality professional that works with The CSPH reviews a sexuality or gender-related issue that appears in the media and reflects upon how it challenged them in ways they didn’t expect in an effort to show the process of growth they undergo while becoming sexuality professionals. This week Jaclyn Boudreau is responding to an article from Salon, “Ethical Porn.” Former … [Read more...]

Food For Thought: A Natural Therapy

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Each week, a developing sexuality professional that works with The CSPH reviews a sexuality or gender-related issue that appears in the media and reflects upon how it challenged them in ways they didn’t expect in an effort to show the process of growth they undergo while becoming sexuality professionals. This week Jaclyn Boudreau is responding to an article from The New York Times, “On the Beach, … [Read more...]

Food For Thought: Humor and Otherness

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Each week, a developing sexuality professional that works with the CSPH reviews a sexuality or gender-related issue that appears in the media and reflects upon how it challenged them in ways they didn’t expect in an effort to show the process of growth they undergo while becoming sexuality professionals. This week, a guest writer, Simon Leen, is responding to an article from CNN, “When Rape Jokes … [Read more...]

Food For Thought: Modern Warfare: Agents of Misogyny or Internet Trolls?

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Each week, a developing sexuality professional that works with The CSPH reviews a sexuality or gender-related issue that appears in the media and reflects upon how it challenged them in ways they didn’t expect in an effort to show the process of growth they undergo while becoming sexuality professionals. This week, we’re responding to an article from New Statesman, “Dear The Internet, … [Read more...]

Food For Thought: Kissing Cousins Deserve Privacy, Too

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Each week, a developing sexuality professional that works with The CSPH reviews a sexuality or gender-related issue that appears in the media and reflects upon how it challenged them in ways they didn’t expect in an effort to show the process of growth they undergo while becoming sexuality professionals. This week, we’re responding to an article from The Huffington Post, “Mistie Atkinson Pleads  … [Read more...]

Food For Thought: Back to Class on Consent

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Each week, a developing sexuality professional that works with The CSPH reviews a sexuality or gender-related issue that appears in the media and reflects upon how it challenged them in ways they didn’t expect in an effort to show the process of growth they undergo while becoming sexuality professionals. This week, we’re responding to an article from The New York Post, “CUNY mulls ban on … [Read more...]

Food For Thought: Sex Advertising Is Not Sex Trafficking

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Each week, a developing sexuality professional that works with The CSPH reviews a sexuality or gender-related issue that appears in the media and reflects upon how it challenged them in ways they didn’t expect in an effort to show the process of growth they undergo while becoming sexuality professionals. This week, we’re responding to an article from The New York Times, “Where Pimps Peddle Their … [Read more...]

Food For Thought: Freedom and Restraint(s)

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Each week, a developing sexuality professional that works with The CSPH reviews a sexuality or gender-related issue that appears in the media and reflects upon how it challenged them in ways they didn’t expect in an effort to show the process of growth they undergo while becoming sexuality professionals. This week, we’re responding to an article from Salon, “A BDSM Blacklist” by Tracy Clark-Flory. … [Read more...]

Food for Thought: The Human Body, Removed

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Each week, one of the CSPH staff writers reviews a sexuality or gender related issue that appears in the media and reflects upon how it challenged them in ways they didn’t expect in an effort to show the process of growth they undergo while becoming sexuality professionals. This week, we’re reflecting on an article from HuffingtonPost, “Joanne Jackson, Breast Cancer Survivor, Has Mastectomy … [Read more...]

Food for Thought: Healthy Relationships, A Philosophy of Kindness

Healthy Relationships, A Philosophy of Kindness

Each week, one of the CSPH interns reviews a sexuality or gender related issue that appears in the media and reflects upon how it challenged them in ways they didn’t expect. This section is devoted to showing the growth process in becoming a sexuality professional. This week, we’re reflecting on a chapter from Buddhist Bootcamp on "What a Healthy Relationship Looks Like!" “A healthy … [Read more...]