Men's Sexual Nature - All 4 Parts - (Mp3 Download)
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- Part 1: Understanding and Demystifying the Monster
- Part 2: What Men, Women & Society Can Do With Men's
- Part 3: Pornography: What Is It and Why Men Use It
- Part 4: Adultery: What Is It and How Can It Be Prevented
Sexual Nature - part 1: Understanding and Demystifying
Dennis approaches the painful subject of male sexuality with his
characteristic honesty and insight.
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offers clarity on the issue of male sexuality, which is often
men and very hard for women to understand.
He claims that it is easier for men to understand women in the sexual
arena than vice versa. Dennis believes that once women
challenges men face trying to control their sexual instincts, they will
appreciate the decency of the men in their lives.
Major points of
lists the five components of male sexuality: the power of the visual,
immediacy of arousal, the tendency to sexually objectify women, the
variety, and genital as opposed to emotional arousal.
believes men should concentrate on things other than sex in order to
their sexual desires.
3. Women can
make men feel less shame about their sexual natures by understanding
them. Meanwhile, men must learn to regard women as
human beings before sex objects and treat them properly.
Sexual Nature - part 2: What Men, Women & Society
Can Do With Men's Sexual Nature
Dennis explains the different ways to deal with the
challenges men face due to their sexual nature.
Approximately 1 hour 30 minutes
offers suggestions on how men can control their sexual nature so they
have to forsake love and personal growth for excitement.
After detailing negative choices men can make
by following their nature, Dennis then
presents good choices that will lead to a more fulfilling
life. He also explains how women and society can
make this challenge easier for men.
points of the lecture:
1. Men can
the following bad choices:
A) Seek sex with a variety of
B) Go to prostitutes
C) Get married and
have a mistress
2. Men can make good
A) Understanding that they are
B) Seeking excitement
and variety elsewhere
themselves in other passionate pursuits
D) Avoiding temptation
E) Understanding the
pain they can inflict on the
women they love
F) Having good values
G) Fantasizing through
3. Society has the
A) It can cover women up like
in Muslim cultures. Dennis
argues that this dehumanizes women.
B) It can allow men to
C) It can encourage
marriage and stigmatize
thinks this is the best option.
4. Women can
A) Understanding men's sexual
B) Requiring men to
commit before having sex with them
C) Modifying their
Sexual Nature - part 3: Pornography: What Is It and Why
Men Use It
shines light on pornography, an emotionally charged issue which often
defines pornography and explains why it causes people to think so
unclearly. He shows how an understanding
of male sexuality can make pornography less ugly and scary.
agrees that there are no great arguments to make in favor of
counters several arguments made against it.
points of the lecture:
1. Dennis is
not in the business of turning people into
saints. Thus, he tolerates pornography as one of the many legal vices
in a free society.
explains why women in general are not debased
when women are portrayed as sex objects in pornography.
3. He shows
pornography doesn't necessarily lead to violence and why it doesn't
Dennis, pornography is a danger if it
is used as a substitute for real love.
It is not dangerous if it is used as a substitute for adultery.
Sexual Nature - part 4: Adultery: What Is It and How
Can It Be Prevented
Dennis explains the biblical and modern definitions
of adultery and shows that there are different gradations of this sin.
With his characteristic compassion and good
humor, Dennis reveals why adultery is
a complex issue that can be better grasped with an understanding of
sexuality. Although Dennis believes adultery is a sin, he
it should automatically lead to a divorce. Dennis
feels bad for all people affected by adultery, because even good people
sometimes commit unholy acts.
points of the lecture:
1. The Old Testament
defines adultery as extramarital
intercourse with a married woman.
According to the New Testament, however, one can commit adultery simply
by lusting for someone.
2. Betrayal and
adultery are often very different
things. For example, a husband might be
guilty of betrayal--but not infidelity--if he opens up emotionally to a
other than his wife.
3. Women usually only
commit adultery when their
husbands aren't fulfilling their emotional needs. Physical
attraction alone isn't likely to
lead women to be unfaithful. Men, on the
other hand, are very easily able to separate sex from emotion.
4. While the
cheater is the one who needs to seek forgiveness, Dennis
also believes that mature people who have been cheated on will ask
how they can improve their relationships.