A world that embraces true sexual freedom will need to be pluralistic, because sexuality is individual. Unfortunately what our culture embraces, sexually, is pluralism’s opposite.
Far from the desexualized stereotype that some critics place on him, Lacan wanted people to experience the true movement and fluidity of their desire.
Sex shame in our lives and sex shaming in our cultural sphere are intimately tangled. Instead of telling you the right way to put a condom on or how to please your lover, this series will examine the lives and theories of thinkers who were interested in pushing sex forward in some cultural way.
Rudolf Steiner was a scientist, philosopher, and spiritual thinker who created biodynamic farming, Waldorf schools, and a new form of medicine and developed Anthroposophy on principles of freedom, compassion, and the evolution of consciousness.