CSEE History and Philosophy
Jeff and Kris Booth are the founders of the Center for Sexual Expression and Education. They began writing about sexuality, and had the opportunity to meet and talk with many experts on sexuality. They decided that they wanted to create a venue where others would have the opportunity to learn from these experts. They arranged for space in a downtown studio, and began offering classes in 2002.
Wanting to reach a wider audience, they began development on the Erotic University software in 2004. It became a much larger project and took much longer than they initially anticipated. What they finally came up with is the most technologically sophisticated approach to adult sex education ever attempted.
Philosophy and Guiding Principles
We believe that a fulfilling sex life leads to a richer life and better relationships. Our fundamental goal is to promote positive sexuality and educate to help listeners have a better sex life.
Exposure to adult products and entertainment can help demystify sex, as well as provide arousal and new sexual experiences.
All information on sexuality should be presented with the best scientific information available.
We respect the diversity of sexual expression between consenting adults.
We support the right of consenting adults to view, read, see, and participate in the sexual activities of their choosing without government interference or censorship.
The above right is meaningless when the government puts burdensome restrictions on the sales of adult materials and the places where sex related activities between consenting adults can take place.
While we oppose the sexual exploitation of minors, protecting minors is often an excuse to limit the rights of consenting adults. We support appropriate laws to protect minors, with an eye on minimizing the impact on the rights of consenting adults. Examples of overreach include COPA and the 2257 record keeping restrictions that go far beyond their stated purpose of protecting minors.
We support a woman’s right to choose and the right to control her own body.
Sex and sexual issues should be presented within a positive framework whenever possible.
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