Can Mormons talk, write, and read candidly and nabashedly about sex? Is there a Mormon literature open to appreciation of sensuality in the daily living of a rich and fulfilling existence? Can the erotic be accommodated in the weave and texture of LDS understanding, culture, and theology, while maintaining a recognizably essential Mormon core? This panel proposes that it’s critical to develop a paradigm that allows us to answer “yes” to these questions.
Paul Swenson, Lisa Butterworth, Moriah Jovan, Larry Rigby