Sex expert Jeff Booth talks about sex and politics, sex and entertainment, sex and religion, and almost anything to do with sex. Each week there are several segments on different topics, including “Sex Science Saturday”, and “Politics on Parade” on Thursday.
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The show premiered on May 27th, 2007. The complete archives of past shows can be found here.
The show is presented by the Center for Sexual Expression and Education.
We are constantly tweaking the show and making changes. The latest change is our renewed emphasis on sex science. We have done a monthly sex science segment since the show began in 2007. Beginning March 25th, we now do a weekly 10 minute science segment every single week at 7 pm on Sunday. From now on, each Sunday will be Sex Science Sunday, where we cover a variety of interesting topics in the news related to sex and science. Some weeks will be general roundups of the latest research, while other segments will focus more on a specific topic. Upcoming are segments on abortion, circumcision, and for April Fools day, we introduce you to some of the supposedly scientific groups whose main goal is to fool you. From good science to bad science, the Jeff Booth Show will cover it all, put it in perspective, and keep you informed.
We have been in the process of rebuilding everything. The goal is to have everything all shiny and new across all the CSEE domains in time for a full relaunch in April. In the past couple of weeks, we’ve updated over a dozen domains, many of them seriously neglected.
So, we have not had time to schedule as many interviews or attend as many events. Those are, of course, the most fun. Plus, there has been so much political to cover that really needs to be covered. Talking politics may not be as much fun, but it is important.
The plan for this year is to gradually lighten up, and do more entertainment themed segments on the show. The funny stuff just takes more time to create, and with everything else going on that time has been hard to spare. We won’t, of course, neglect the important political and censorship issues.
We have a lot of exciting stuff planned for this year, both to make for an even better show, and to vastly expand CSEE.