Sexual R/evolution 

Sexual choices are too often impacted by pressure from pop culture, media, and marketers who want to sell you a new and improved sex life. Sexual variety meets sexual pressure in our culture where “vanilla sex” is considered a pejorative term, vibrators are available at every corner store, BDSM and polyamory are deemed “trendy,” and porn-influenced sex abounds. How, then, can a sex life develop and thrive naturally? And what is “natural” anyway? Discovering -- or reclaiming -- your true sexual self, understanding your erotic potential, feeling deeply comfortable with how you express yourself sexually, and appreciating how sex evolves throughout your life will offer you the keys to your sexual r/evolution.



Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology and Education, Columbia University

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology and Education, Columbia University, Teachers CollegeDr. Sari Locker, Ph.D., is an adjunct Professor of Psychology and Education at Columbia University, Teachers College, where she teaches Developmental Psychology of Adolescence. In addition to her work in developmental psychology, she is a well-known sexuality educator. For over twenty five years, she has taught millions of people about sex via the mass media. She is the author of four books including the bestselling book The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Amazing Sex, and the award-winning book Sari Says: The Real Dirt on Everything from Sex to School. She hosted Late Date With Sari, a talk show on Lifetime TV, and she was a reporter for CBS TV News. She also hosted a radio talk show on WBAI 99.5 FM. She is a frequent guest on TV programs including Today, Good Morning America, Conan O’Brien, NBC Nightly News, Dr. Oz, Rachael Ray, MSNBC, CNN, Fox News, E!, MTV, Vh1 and many more. Sari has a B.S. from Cornell University, an M.S. from The University of Pennsylvania, and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Columbia University. Her website is and she tweets @DrSariLocker on Twitter.


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