Dr. Marty Klein

Changing the Way People, Politics & the Media Look at Sex

Media

Whether through scandal, public policy issues, surveys, or the latest film, sexuality is almost always in the news. When it is, Dr. Marty Klein is a dependable interview—well-informed, often controversial, always entertaining. And experienced.

TAM: Junk Science, Moral Panics, & Sex

"Many activists and organizations are committed to maintaining a Moral Panic around sexuality. They use dangerism to describe sex-related “problems” supposedly threatening our families. Using phony categories and bogus statistics, they simply invent “epidemics” like sex addiction, sex trafficking, chatroom kidnappings, and porn’s demolition of marriage."

Dan Savage Podcast: Porn Addiction

"The internet provides the relationship we all fantasize--someone giving and giving endless stimulation without demanding anything. Many people feel powerless in the face of internet porn's limitless choices; we can restore people's sense of agency about this."

20/20: The Age of Consent

"The idea that 16-year-olds can drive but can't make good sexual decisions says more about our anxiety about sexuality than it does about teens."

Penn & Teller: Pornography

"There's absolutely no data to suggest that people who look at pornography are more likely to act violently or sexually dangerously."

Reason TV: America's War on Sex

"The Religious Right is using the issue of sexual regulation to undermine secular democracy in the United States."

CBC: Sex Addiction

"When people wash their hands 40 times a day, we don't send them to a hand-washing clinic. The sex addiction movement gets distracted by sexual behavior, and minimizes people's psychology."

CBC: Infidelity

"Infidelity can be a desperate attempt to keep a marriage together after the sex has collapsed."