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S1E14 – The (Millennial) Social Sex Revolution, with Cindy Gallop

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We’re starting a mini-series on intimacy. First up, Cindy Gallop is the founder and CEO of Make Love Not Porn. They are pro-sex pro-porn Pro-knowing the difference. It’s her personal experience with Millennial lovers that opened her eyes to the challenges they were faced with in relationships. Intimacy has been pushed out of culture, and replaced with a variety of distractions, entertainments and stories. Cindy’s direct style makes her a sought after voice in this conversation. As you’ll hear, she’s seen the challenge up close and personal.

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Cindy Gallop (7:46)

How Pornhub is shaping minds (12:55)

Make Love Not Porn (19:16)

Millennials are more open about sex and relationships than older generations (25:34)

What does porn look like for millennials? (34:07)

The importance of having a committed partner (42:08)

The story of millennials and intimacy (46:39)

Challenging preconceptions (51:35)

In The Demo, a podcast about how stories of groups are created, subverted and destroyed. On the first season, we pursue the origins of the Millennial Myth. Farrah Bostic is the founder and Head of Research & Strategy of, The Difference Engine, a strategic insights consultancy focused on helping business leaders make decisions. Adam Pierno, author and brand consultant and managing director of brand strategy at Arizona State University. Our host is voiced by Eliza, a robot created by

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