The Minority Report Discusses Sex, Love and Relationships as Two Thirty-Something-Year-Old Men

The Minority Report Discusses Sex, Love and Relationships as Two Thirty-Something-Year-Old Men

Are past traumas in any way responsible for emotional growth?

Is there anything disadvantageous about not showing vulnerability in relationships?

Is power a good or bad thing when you’re wielding it in a relationship?

Are the 30s and above better for a person who’s dating or in love than the 20s?

These and many more are the topics the hosts of The Minority Report explore in this episode of The Minority Report.

From the world weary, been-there-done-that attitude toward relationships that comes with being older than your twenties and the guardedness that can result from past sexual assault, to weaponizing your invulnerability against romantic partners, they talk about it all.

So, do check on it and let us know what your opinions are.

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