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This week we’re looking at the contentious medical and ethical history of circumcision. Rodriguez, medical historian and lecturer in global health and bioethics at Northwestern University, to talk about...

This week we're looking at the intersection of human sexuality, research and education.

He traces the ways the three fields collide and intersect.

Take the video camera: “The most surprising by-product of the Second World War has to be the creation of the modern pornography industry,” Nowak writes.

While experts quizzed both men and women on their porn-watching habits, they only found a link to sexual dysfunction in men. Researchers surveyed more than 300 men between 20 and 40 who visited a San Diego urology clinic for treatment.

While only 3.4 percent said they would rather masturbate and watch porn than have sex, there was a statistical link between the amount of porn they watched and sexual dysfunction.

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And those men who prefer watching their fantasies played out on screen are also less likely to enjoy actually having sex, the study showed.

In this surprising and original book, Peter Nowak argues that most of the major technological advances of the last sixty years have stemmed from the trio of billion-dollar industries that cater to our basest impulses.

But what have our lust, greed and rage driven us to achieve?

The military invested heavily in handheld, relatively durable cameras so soldiers could, after only brief training, capture images of war.

Companies also learned how to make those cameras more cheaply.

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