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Our cultural institutions face such immense challenges from economic and environmental factors that even our assumptions about love and marriage on the table. What does recent research into early human sexuality say about our ideas of love as practiced by our early ancestors? In hard times, did our predecessors practice fierce egalitarianism to ensure group survival?
In Extraenvironmentalist #54 Chris Ryan joins us to talk about evidence of prehistoric sexuality in the book Sex at Dawn: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality co-written with Cacilda Jetha. Chris discusses his research into why so many marriages fail. We try to develop a conversation about sex and love between all guys without turning it into a boys club. Is that even possible? Examples are given of rituals from ancient societies that bypassed jealousy to defeat feelings of scarcity amongst hunter-gatherer bands.
// On Soundcloud
// Music (in order of appearance)
Frank Sinatra – Love and Marriage (Remix)via Youtube
Marvin Gaye – Sexual Healing (Ohdahl Remix) via Tracasseur
Mariah Carey – We Belong Together (Siik Remix) via Soundcloud
Porter Robinson and Matt Zo – Easy (Extended Remix) via The Music Ninja
Marvin Gaye – Let’s Get It On (Leonard Destroy Remix) via The Blunted Library
// Extended Clips (in order of appearance)
[Break] – 39m
// Production Credits
Kevin via Sustainable Guidance Youtube Channel
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