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Elisa Parker with Veronica Monet: What’s Really Going On with Boys & Men

Former high end escort and now author, anger management, sex and relationship specialist, Veronica Monet shares an unique insight about boys and men and the challenges they face daily around masculinity in America.

Veronica is one of our featured panelists following The Mask You Live In screening at The Center for the Arts in Grass Valley, CA on Thursday, March 19th, 2015 at 6:30pm

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Veronica Monet, ACS, CAM: Relationship Specialist, Sexologist and Empathy Expert

Veronica Monet’s perspective on sex, anger and relationships will challenge your old beliefs and provide you with insights uniquely helpful to your personal life. Veronica is a highly visible spokesperson for sexual rights and has appeared on every major network as well as CNN, FOX, CNBC, WE, A&E and international television programs.  She has been profiled in many publications including The New York Times and has lectured at a variety of academic venues including Kent State, Stanford and Yale Universities. She is the author of Sex Secrets of Escorts (Alpha Books 2005) and regularly contributes to a variety of publications. As a Certified Sexologist (ACS), Certified Sex Educator (SFSI) and Certified Anger Management Specialist (CAM) Veronica Monet coaches clients over the telephone and in-person at her Northern California office.

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  1. My comment is to Veronica Monet regarding her explanation of Bonobo life. Ms Monet: there is a theory explaining the Bonobo’s way of life as having something to do with the ease with which they acquire food. Chimpanzees supposedly have much more competition for food, especially against Gorillas, in their habitat west of the Congo River (dividing the two species). East of the Congo, Bonobo females, most especially the pregnant ones, are less dependent on males for support with sustenance and can afford to trivialize the competitive aggressions of males vying for their sexual loyalty. As a consequence, the males have learned to resolve some of their surges of testosterone homosexually, acknowledging the futility of serious violence.

    The parallel in our species is that there’s an historical accumulation of wealth arising that cannot really be contained by the male behavior model of competitive exclusivity. Thanks to the advent of birth control, women are rising in social stature and more readily taking part the management of this overflow. With a less competitive, more motherly stake in that overflow, patriarchy is starting to ebb, opening the way for the more humane rise of ethical standards (one that almost every religion on earth has been subliminally trying to address for millenia. After all, whose values were more feminine than Jesus’?) The clandestine economic business model of indentured servitude that has been so successful for both capitalist and communist patriarchies (remember that slaves built the pyramids) is finally on its way out. YAY!

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