- Amanda Raynor
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What do people see for the future in terms of relationships and sexuality?
Over the past twenty years, with such a dramatic increase in new technologies, it seems that human relationships have also taken some interesting turns. As the world gets more complex, so do our relationships.
As an author in this field, I am astounded by the number of people who - regardless of our new abilities to communicate with each other - seem lost when it comes to connecting with other people. Oh, the questions they ask!
Therefore, I want to know what people see in terms of marriage - what will it mean or "be" in the future? What will people be doing in terms of monogamous vs. non-monogamous relationships, i.e. will we see an increase in alternate sexual lifestyles? What about sexual preference? How will people classify themselves in terms of sexuality - ex. heterosexual, bisexual, homosexual - and will these ratios be different than they are now? And what about intimacy, like will we still know how to embrace it? Or will we all be having sex with robots? OK, that last bit is a joke, sort of. Certainly, any thoughts on the subject would be welcome.