Is sex a slippery slope of addiction? Does the pursuit of sex inevitably lead to…?

This is one of the great myths about sex – that our sexuality is essentially a wild, out of control beast waiting to consume us whole, the moment we let it off its leash.  We have been taught, from so many places, to keep it locked down and not explore our interests.

Which begs a follow-up question:  Why is our interest in sex so very different to our interest in – for example – football?  Or anything else?

To answer this question, interviews with two people – one of them interested in sex, the other in football – are compared and contrasted in a way that illuminates just what a sex-negative (and, perhaps, a football-positive) world we live in.  Prepare to be entertained, as Curious Creatures takes a few steps away from the usual ‘Curious Conversations About Sex’ format.

This episode is brought to you by Rog, from Curious Creatures (www.curiouscreatures.biz), and friends.

If you are seeking support in relation to your own potential sex addiction, in Australia you might want to start with Lifeline (13 11 14), or the counselors on the Curious Creatures resources page.

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