What Do Women Want? New Speaker Daniel Bergner Shares His Provocative Answer
In his talk, Bergner explores the societal beliefs on women and sex. You’ve probably heard these widely accepted notions: men are programmed by evolution to be less monogamous than women; male sexuality is more visually driven than female desire; and female sexuality is less raw, more dependent on emotion and somehow more “civilized” than male lust. Daniel Bergner strikes down these presumptions in his new book What Do Women Want? Adventures in the Science of Female Desire. These antiquated beliefs have got to go, he says—and he has the research to back it up. In his groundbreaking—and provocative—talks, Bergner captivates audiences with new scientific research and deeply personal stories that turn our conventional ideas about female desire and arousal upside down. And, beneath these findings lies a powerful message about how our perception is shaped by our pre-conceptions. Bergner leaves audiences with honest answers to these profound questions: Who are we sexually? How does our sexuality shape our relationships and who we are as human beings? And how does sexuality influence human nature as a whole? Our society’s understanding of female sexuality is on a significant journey, says Bergner. It’s time we all joined in.
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