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EROS EVOLVING - THE FUTURE OF LOVE, SEX, MARRIAGE and BEAUTY
April 5 (Saturday) from 9:30am - 9pm 
Piedmont Veteran’s Hall (401 Highland Avenue, Piedmont)
http://brighterbrains.org/articles/entry/eros-evolving-the-future-of-love-sex-marriage-family-gender-feminism-april
Tickets can be purchased via EventBrite - Cost is only $20-$30 
these topics will be discussed:
Will Romance Be Revolutionized in the Future?
When We Understand Sexual Attraction - Neurologically - Will We Mutate and Manipulate It for “Transhuman” Advantages?
Can Emerging Science & Technology Obliterate Loneliness?
Is Marriage in Crises? Can it Be Chemically Revived?
Will Cosmetic Surgery Enable Everyone to be Beautiful in Any Gender They Choose?
Are Sexbots a Threat in the Bedroom?
Is Pornography a Gift or a Plague?
Are Artificial Wombs a Feminist Necessity?
Do We All Want to Be Hermaphrodites? Or ASexual?
Is the Internet Enhancing or Annihilating Intimacy?
Is the Potential of “Sex Education” Still Unexplored?
FOURTEEN SPEAKERS / CHOCOLATE & OXYTOCIN
Speakers are: GRACE WALCOTT, CAROL QUEEN, JAY BOOKHOUSE, BILL SOFTKY, NICOLE SALLAK ANDERSON, DAVID FITZGERALD, ADAM SAFRON, ANDREA KUSZEWSKI, VALERIE TARICO, ZOLTAN ISTVAN, GINGER MURRAY, RIVA-MELISSA TEZ, KEVIN RUSSELL, SUSAN BRATTON, HANK PELLISSIER

EROS EVOLVING - THE FUTURE OF LOVE, SEX, MARRIAGE and BEAUTY

April 5 (Saturday) from 9:30am - 9pm

Piedmont Veteran’s Hall (401 Highland Avenue, Piedmont)

http://brighterbrains.org/articles/entry/eros-evolving-the-future-of-love-sex-marriage-family-gender-feminism-april

Tickets can be purchased via EventBrite - Cost is only $20-$30 

these topics will be discussed:

Will Romance Be Revolutionized in the Future?

When We Understand Sexual Attraction - Neurologically - Will We Mutate and Manipulate It for “Transhuman” Advantages?

Can Emerging Science & Technology Obliterate Loneliness?

Is Marriage in Crises? Can it Be Chemically Revived?

Will Cosmetic Surgery Enable Everyone to be Beautiful in Any Gender They Choose?

Are Sexbots a Threat in the Bedroom?

Is Pornography a Gift or a Plague?

Are Artificial Wombs a Feminist Necessity?

Do We All Want to Be Hermaphrodites? Or ASexual?

Is the Internet Enhancing or Annihilating Intimacy?

Is the Potential of “Sex Education” Still Unexplored?

FOURTEEN SPEAKERS / CHOCOLATE & OXYTOCIN

Speakers are: GRACE WALCOTT, CAROL QUEEN, JAY BOOKHOUSE, BILL SOFTKY, NICOLE SALLAK ANDERSON, DAVID FITZGERALD, ADAM SAFRON, ANDREA KUSZEWSKI, VALERIE TARICO, ZOLTAN ISTVAN, GINGER MURRAY, RIVA-MELISSA TEZ, KEVIN RUSSELL, SUSAN BRATTON, HANK PELLISSIER

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