00:00:00 Introduction and opening remarks
00:13:25 Six principles of sexual health
00:22:05 The sex positive aspects of Mormonism, and why the Church so often falls short of them
00:31:55 How Natasha came to be in trouble with Mormon leaders
00:38:37 Did Natasha make a “conscious effort to pit her profession against the Church”?
00:51:33 Natasha’s dissimilarities with the Church’s teachings on masturbation
01:00:15 The “values model” approach to pornography as opposed to the Church’s “addiction model”
01:15:41 Comparing the Law of Chastity to the six principles of sexual health
01:28:24 Is evidence-based practice in opposition to the Church? Is there really opposing research on sexual health?
01:41:05 Bigotry in the name of religion is the worst form of taking the Lord’s name in vain
02:00:17 Is the professional responsibility to advocate for one’s clients encouraging a perpetual victimhood that actually nullifies the atonement?
02:10:58 The long history of religion butting heads with science; what it means to “sustain” religious leaders
02:21:20 The idea that God’s laws never change is contrary to Church doctrines about “continuing revelation” and “further light and knowledge”
02:29:23 Mormons benefit from the changes brought about the very people that they labeled apostates and excommunicated
02:32:48 Closing remarks and an invitation to Greg Matsen