In today’s world, we often reduce human sexuality to a mere act rather than an evolving, living, breathing part of who we are. We are human. We feel, we imagine, we create, we emote, and we express ourselves in everything we do. We seek out pleasure and we crave connection. Erotic intelligence is much more than mere reproductive health and function. It’s our personality, our creativity, imagination, and personal expression. It’s the way we perceive, connect, and engage with the world around us.
We are a global collective of scientists, doctors, researchers, therapists, sexologists, educators, and activists. Human eroticism is too complex for any one particular area of study to fully encompass. It’s imperative we look to a wide array of disciplines to understand the complexities and components involved. The Center for Erotic Intelligence has curated a phenomenal team with concentrated areas of expertise in neurology, anthropology, psychology, evolutionary biology, endocrinology, kinesiology, anatomy and physiology, history, communication, and education. If you’re interested in learning more or adding your voice, we would love to hear from you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our director served as resident sexologist and writer “Ms. M.” for the Museum of Sex from 2011-2014. First publi