The Games We Play: An exploration of why women have sex
with Dr Cindy Meston and Dr David Buss
March 11th at 7:30pm
at Fort Mason's Bayfront Theatre, San Francisco
Join us for an evening with Dr. Cindy Meston and Dr. David Buss, University of Texas researchers and authors of "Why Women Have Sex". Scientist often glaze over the topic of women and sex due to the tangibility of the obvious reasons—to experience pleasure, to express love, or—at the very heart of the biological drive to have sex—to reproduce. Dr. Meston and Dr. Buss assert that based on their research, women's motives range from the mundane ("I was bored”) to the spiritual ("I wanted to get closer to God”), from altruistic ("I wanted my man to feel good about himself”) to vengeful ("I wanted to punish my husband for cheating on me”). In this dialog, they will discuss the many reasons why women have sex and present some of the underlying clinical, evolutionary, physiological, and psychological explanations.
Presented as part of The Intimate Life: OneTaste's Lecture Series on Living in Connection. OneTaste is North America's leader in Mindful Sexuality education, offering classes, coaching and online resources for couples and individuals. Learn more at onetaste.us.
Tickets $20 at door/ $15 in advance at onetaste.us
For more information, call OneTaste at 1.800.994.0041
Added by rahchael on March 4, 2010