In the final address at the 2018 Radiant Intimacy gathering, Justin Garcia discusses the changing role of technology in human sexuality and intimacy. He raises the challenge of integrating our bodily senses (touch, smell, sound), evolved over millions of years, into our connection devices, and concludes by suggesting that we need to find ways to take control of our technology so that it helps us connect, rather than turn us into voyeurs, to build the sort of bonds we want, rather than contribute to loss.
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An animated short based on a story from Charles Eisenstein’s book, “The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible”
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