Rochester, NY, January 07, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The Sexuality Show is a podcast from True Life Relationships, a social science company that teaches social dynamics. The Sexuality Show explores all aspects of human sexuality, in multiple phases: The Sociology, Psychology, Seduction, Technique, Spirituality, and Miscellaneous aspects of sexuality. In this show Social Scientist and Sexuality Instructor Brian Krall from True Life Relationships will be interviewing well known teachers on the subject of sexuality, such as sexologists, sexual educators, pornographers, sociologists, Pick up artists, seduction teachers, dating coaches, and more.
The show is highly academic in nature and will address many controversial topics often considered taboo from a completely objective standpoint so that the audience can be properly educated on the dynamics of sexuality in ways that do not buy into social conditioning that says that sex is immoral, improper to talk about, etc.
The mission of the show is to not only educate people about aspects of sexuality that most do not understand and give them the resources they need to get in touch with their own sexuality and have a healthy active sex life, but also to inspire them to think more freely about their sexuality so that they can become more sexually liberated and comfortable in their own sexuality so that they can experience it in a more fulfilling way.
The Sexuality Show a podcast about Human Sexuality, has just been released and is available to listeners in Libsyn. This show is geared towards both men and women.
Last weeks episode finished up the sociological phase of the show by explaining the various sexual relationship and interaction models with Reid Mihalko from Reid About Sex. This weeks has just gotten into the psychology of sexuality with a famous sexual educator and hypnotist named Hypnotica! And next weeks episode will delve into sexual mindsets with Steve Mayeda from The Sexual Life.
Fans of the podcast can contact Brian Krall via email at email@example.com to provide feedback and ideas for the podcast.
To listen to the podcast, visit Libsyn today!