Intelligent Adult Entertainment: An Oxymoron?

If you are like most of us,  you may be both intrigued and concerned about the power that sexual visual media has taken in our lives. This conversation with Mark Schoen, award winning sexual education film maker and founder of, will bring up questions you never knew you had and provide answers to many of the questions you were never able to ask.

Mark  shares his insights and unique perspective on the differences between sexual health films and pornographic content. His ideas of building a visual frame of reference, that can both expand your capacity to communicate and understand your sexuality, will change the way you look at sexual content and even your own sex life. Mark’s entertaining and informative perspective will both intrigue and inspire you to explore what sexual health means to you. Tune in for a refreshing and provocative conversation you will not soon forget.

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Justingaberial J.
Past Member 3 years ago

Waooow!!! Really very cool site of blogs. You can imagine what you have done for me.

Alan Lambert
Alan Lambert3 years ago

It seems to me like the difference between nude and naked. Nude is natural, naked is vulnerable.

Aud Nordby
Aud nordby3 years ago


Chad A.
Chad Anderson4 years ago

I am not sure...

James Berryhill
James Berryhill4 years ago


James Berryhill
James Berryhill4 years ago

Cool way to learn...

Rebecca S.
Rebecca S.4 years ago star fish are immoral? okayyyy

Emma S.
Emma S.4 years ago

Natalie Walters in 'Living Dolls' writes really interestingly and intelligently about the effects of pornography on women.

kenneth m.
kenneth m.5 years ago

Asexual. Is immoral

Teresa Wlosowicz
Teresa W.5 years ago

Adults don't need pornography. Personally, I'm asexual, but, for example, in my family nobody watches pornography, becaus it's simply immoral.