Imprinted Sexual Fantasies: A New Key for Sexology
IMPRINTED SEXUAL FANTASIES:
A NEW KEY FOR SEXOLOGY
James Park, existential philosopher
We will read and discuss a book of the same name:
Imprinted Sexual Fantasies: A New Key for Sexology.
ISF offers a new explanation of human sexuality:
Each person is imprinted with specific sex-scripts
or sexual fantasies during our first 20 years of life.
Our first sexual responses are created not by nature,
not by nurture, but by mental imprinting.
If this hypothesis proves substantially correct,
it could revolutionize modern sexology.
Is this seminar for you?
Ten teasers from the text might help you decide.
Eleven chapters will be discussed in 5 sessions:
I. INTRODUCING THE SEX-SCRIPT HYPOTHESIS
This chapter is available free of charge on the Internet:
See the table of contents.
Participants in this class should read these 16 pages
before the first session.
After we introduce the class and the participants,
we will discuss this first chapter.
Copies of the printed book will be available in class
for the wholesale price: $25. ($10 for PDF)
Here is a comprehensive course description:
This URL allows you to open 50 pages from the book,
including the first page of each chapter.
Imprinted Sexual Fantasies: A New Key for Sexology
is a book of 176 pages offered in two bindings:
comb-binding and screw-post binding.
Same price for either binding: $25 wholesale. (Retail price: $55)
But you may sell the book back to the author
at the end of this seminar for $20 if it is not damaged.
Here are the details of this buy-back option:
The whole book can be sent as a PDF e-mail attachment
for $10, plus $2 if you pay by PayPal.
Even if you do not want to attend this seminar,
you can still read some other books on sex-scripts.
More information about the facilitator:
James Park is an independent existential philosopher and reader of sexology.
The text for this seminar is his first book in sexology.
His second book in sexology is:
Variations of Sex and Gender:
Six Phenomena Frequently Confused:
James Park has led about 200 discussion groups.
Most of these were in the Minnesota Free University.
Read more about his interest in adult education,
including other possible classes:
The facilitator has written a short explanation of:
How I Wrote My First Book on Sex.
You might also want to read:
Skeptical Questions for Anyone Who Offers a Class on Sex.
to be arranged when enough people sign up
Sorry for the delay in starting this seminar.
But the most serious students can begin reading now.
Several other books supporting the sex-script hypothesis.
You should be able to find
at least the most important of these in your favorite library.
(revised December 14, 2013)
Hello readers of this EXCO course description,
Even tho 51 people have signed up for this class,
only 4 people planning to attend as of 3-3-2013.
Because we need at least 10 people for a lively discussion,
Imprinted Sexual Fantasies was postponed
until some additional people discover this seminar on sex.
New people just discovering this class
are encouraged to click to join at any time.
And any readers of this note
can begin reading any of the recommended books
while they wait for the seminar to begin.
You might invite others you know.
In any case,
stay on the list if you are still interested in sex.
James Leonard Park,
EXCO facilitator and author of the text.
This class (and the textbook) were not created
specifically for GLBT people,
but persons of every sex-and-gender minority
are welcome to join our discussions.
This includes all gay, lesbian,
bisexual, and transsexual persons.
Persons who find themselves with
bondage and discipline sexual fantasies,
no matter what their sexual orientations,
are also welcome.
Persons who are uncertain about
which sex to call themselves,
and persons who have any other
variations of sex and/or gender
are welcome to consider
whether the sex-script hypothesis
might help them to understand themselves better.
No matter what your sexual orientation
or sexual identity,
if you find yourself with imprinted sexual fantasies
that you did not choose
and which sometimes puzzle you,
the thesis of this book might
cast some light on what you are experiencing.
For example, would you call yourself a "sex addict"?
Do you have unusual sexual dreams?
You are invited to read those parts of the book
that you find most relevant and interesting.
Over 50 pages from Imprinted Sexual Fantasies
are available free of charge on the Internet:
This seminar might be adapted specifically
for some special sexual minority.
Have a look at the text to see
if this new theory might be useful to your group.
And for people who have the most common sexual fantasies:
This seminar is also for you.
When we study the origins and dynamics of unusual sexual imprinting,
we also illuminate all varieties of imprinted sexual fantasies.
Let us be open to whatever sexual inclinations
and experiences the participants bring to this class.
Send your ideas or questions to me directly by e-mail:
James Park, e-mail: [email protected].
James Park, existential philosopher and sexologist
James Park is an existential philosopher and sexologist. He is the author of the text used in this seminar. Those who have the interest and the time to explore more deeply are invited to visit An Existential Philosopher's Museum on the Internet: http://www.tc.umn.edu/~parkx032/. This museum has more than 1,000 rooms. And the ones you might be most interested in will be found by entering the SEXOLOGY door.
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