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2/15/2017
When: Wednesday, February 15, 2017
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Where: Impact Hub NYC
394 Broadway
New York, New York  10013
United States
Contact: 212 338 6860 x201

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You've no doubt seen plenty of headlines like these: "7 Steps to Attract the Love of Your Life" and "5 Deadly Mistakes Married Couples Make". But have they ever really changed the course of an intimate relationship for you?


Following closely on the heels of Valentines Day, Australian authors Rachel Hills and Skye Cleary will unpack the sociology and philosophy of love, sex and romance, looking beyond the kind of click-bait that tends to dominate relationship advice in the internet age. Join us for a conversation in which we explore and expose some of the myths, fantasies and unspoken assumptions we hold on to with our most intimate relationships.


The panel discussion will be moderated by Monica McCarthy.


Event details:

Date/Time:
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
6:30pm arrival for a 7pm start

Location
Impact Hub NYC
394 Broadway, New York, NY 10013

Tickets
$15 for members* | $20 for non-members

(refreshments provided)






 

Rachel Hills is a New York-based (born in Sydney) feminist, journalist and author of The Sex Myth, who is interested in the space where the personal meets the political, or what she calls "the politics of everyday life". She has written for Cosmopolitan, The New Republic, Buzzfeed, TIME, The Daily Beast, NYMag and others.


Skye C. Cleary PhD MBA is a New York-based (born in Sydney) philosopher and author of Existentialism and Romantic Love. She lectures at Columbia University and City College of New York, and has been published with TED-Ed, Los Angeles Review of Books, The Huffington Post, Aeon, The Conversation, Business Insider, New Republic, ABC Radio National, The New Philosopher, YourTango and others.

 

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