Speaking at the 2018 Radiant Intimacy gathering, Justin Garcia, evolutionary biologist at the Kinsey Institute, discusses the new norms in sexual relationships and reviews research on the role of sexuality and the impact of technology. He addresses several questions, including the role of sexual satisfaction and orgasm, the distinction between love and sex, and the biological value of stable relationships. He concludes by considering the slow love movement, noting that people are taking longer to explore their potential partners - that love is not dead, simply moving slower than ever before.
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