Is online dating saving courtship? Will Internet porn kill our sex lives?
This Thursday, May 9th, at 8:00pm EST, we’ll be co-hosting a live Google Hangout with Greatist to focus on sex and relationships in the digital age. We’re enlisting the advice of some of the world’s foremost relationship and sex experts to discuss how the digital age is shaping our romantic lives — for better or for worse.
Join CNN’s Ian Kerner, Salon’s Tracy Clark-Flory, neuroscientist Dr. Ogi Ogas, Museum of Sex curator Sarah Forbes, and Greatist editors as they address your burning questions live from MoSex. So get ready to ask about all things dating and, of course, sex.
About the Panel
Ian Kerner is a nationally-recognized sexuality counselor and New York Times best-selling author of numerous books. He writes a well-known column for CNN and can often be seen on the TODAY Show and the Dr. Oz Show amongst others. Ian is the founder of Good in Bed, an online destination that brings together many of the country’s leading sex and relationship experts to provide information and advice.
Sarah Forbes has worked with the Museum of Sex since 2004. During her tenure at the Museum of Sex she has curated over eleven exhibitions, covering a variety of disciplines such as science, health, art, design, media, and technology. Sarah has been featured in a wide range of publications such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Post, El Diario, Time Out New York, Art Daily, Nylon, and Wired. She received an MA in Anthropology from the New School University and a BA in Anthropology from Connecticut College.
Dr. Ogi Ogas received his PhD in computational neuroscience from Boston University and was a Department of Homeland Security Fellow. His writing has been published in the Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal, Glamour, Wired, Baltimore Magazine, and Seed. He used his knowledge of cognition to reach the million dollar question on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and battle Ken Jennings in the finals of Grand Slam.
Tracy Clark-Flory is a staff writer at Salon, where she writes about sex and relationships through personal, cultural and scientific lenses. Her work, both as a reporter and personal essayist, has appeared in the yearly “Best Sex Writing” anthology.