Where Do YOUR Morals Come From ?

Please join fellow freethinkers on Sunday, March 7th for a panel discussion on the subject of where your morals come from.  Three panelists with very different spiritual backgrounds (an atheist, a monk, and a witch … and no, this is not the beginning of a joke) will discuss the sources of their own moral sense and how it applies to their daily lives.  The whole thing will be on Zoom and YOU are especially invited!


3rd Wed., Feb. 17, via Zoom!

Please grab a meal and join like-minded thinkers on February 17th at 5:30 pm.  We are still meeting on Zoom but, with restaurants open at 50% capacity and vaccines available, it might be time to consider some face-to-face meals.  We are allowed to gather in groups as long as there are no more than six people at each table.  But what do you think?  Do you know of a venue that has enough room for us to maintain social distance?  Let’s discuss it over dinner.

1st Sunday, Feb 7th, 10:00 am

Erotophobia: My Threat of Pleasure

A persistent and annoying social phenomenon of Erotophobia hamstrings many people, denying them light-hearted sexual playfulness as well as bone-deep erotic pleasure. Erotophobia is an irrational fear of various aspects of sex that manifests as discomfort, disgust, or just unsettledness. It impacts society and our quality of life more than we know. Surprisingly, we likely experience erotophobia every single day.
We’ll explore the most common social manifestations of erotophobia, some suggestions of its source and why it persists, and a couple of tips on how we might overcome it and enjoy the sexual facets of our lives more fully.

Rod Froseth is a holistic sexuality educator. He writes articles on sexuality, develops curriculum and educational tools, trains sex educators and therapists, and guides groups and individuals in their sexual development. Rod’s journey to his current post in sexuality education, surprisingly launched out of religion, as Rod worked as an ordained minister for twenty-five years serving seven of them in Russia leading a team in community development. Rod lives with his wife and youngest son in Duluth.