Panel: Sex, society, and religion

The sexual norms in a society are influenced by social and environmental conditions — and religious beliefs. These norms constantly shift over time. Religion often acts as a moral regulator of sexuality. Is this role obsolete in a 21st century society? Join us for a panel discussion, featuring Fiona Patten from the Australian Sex Party, and sex educators Kate McCombs and Gareth Durrant. This event is co-hosted by the University of Melbourne Secular Society and Sex Geekdom.

This event will be held at Embiggen Books, located at 197-203 Little Londsdale St (next to the State Library), on Tuesday April 30 at 6.30pm. RSVP to Embiggen by emailing events@embiggenbooks.com or call 9662 2062.

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