We're in the process of looking for speakers. If you have any leads, ideas or suggestions, please send them our way!
Here are some of the ideas we are hoping to explore for this show:
1. Love is Powerful. Love, sex and relationships can be amongst the most redeeming and life affirming aspects of being human. But there is also a dark side. All too often boundaries are crossed, power dynamics are exploited, and people are grievously hurt–physically and emotionally–in ways that may never heal. What are the stories of love’s power to hurt and love’s power to heal?
2. Love is Changing. Our cultural mores and traditional ways of thinking about love, sex and relationships are changing. What are the stories of people that are exploring non-traditional relationships, negotiating cultural differences, or even choosing to forgo love, sex and dating altogether?
3. Love is for Everybody. How is the culture and experience of love, sex and relationships different for people across different identity lines, such as ethnic, cultural, racial, religious and/or gender? This can include stories from POC, LGBTQ, immigrants, refugees, differently-abled people or anybody else that is underrepresented in typical depictions of American culture.
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