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Nov 02 2013

“Perv: The Sexual Deviant In All of Us”, Jesse Bering on Atheists Talk

Writer. Psychologist. Promiscuous Mind.”

The tagline on his website summarizes this week’s guest, Jesse Bering, in a more succinct manner than we could ever hope to do, but we can certainly build on it: PhD, notable contributor to Scientific American, Slate, The New York Times, The Guardian and Discover Magazine, and author of the books Why Is the Penis Shaped Like That? and The Belief Instinct. We are pleased to welcome Jesse Bering back to Atheists Talk to discuss his newest book Perv: The Sexual Deviant In All of Us. From his website:

“You are a sexual deviant. A pervert, through and through.” We may not want to admit it, but as the award-winning columnist and psychologist Jesse Bering reveals in Perv, there is a spectrum of perversion along which we all sit. Whether it’s voyeurism, exhibitionism, or your run-of-the-mill foot fetish, we all possess a suite of sexual tastes as unique as our fingerprints—and as secret as the rest of the skeletons we’ve hidden in our closets.

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2 comments

  1. 1
    tuibguy

    At least on the radio he doesn’t have to choose between an atheist cabdriver to get there or a religious one. http://www.salon.com/2012/07/01/dont_trust_the_godless/

    Such a little thing, I know, but considering the excellent guest on the show last week, this is a bit of a dropoff.

  2. 2
    pervue

    Your first two links are the same.

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