Tid: 3. november 2017 18:00
Sted: KÅKÅnomics, Bøker & Børst
The event is in English. For description in English, please scroll further down the page.
Bjørn Sæbø intervjuer Peter Antonioni og Shawna Scott i et halvtimes vorspiel før hovedarrangementet «The Economics of Sex» ruller igang på KÅKÅ kverulantkatedralen kl. 22.
«The Economics of Sex», med Peter Antonioni og Shawna Scott, er et renommert samtaleshow fra Storbrittania med en anerkjent økonom og en forhandler av sexleketøy.
- Hva koster egentlig nytelse?
- Hva koster en skikkelig orgasme?
- Om de omfattende kostnadene av menneskelig begjær.
- Om Tinder og nye datingtjenester.
- Om porno og sexkjøp.
- Om sexleketøy og sexindustri – og litt om hvorfor det gjøres forskjell på kvinner og menn i forhold til sexleketøy.
Arrangementet er gratis! Sikre deg billetter til hele showet på KÅKÅ kl. 22 ved å trykke HER!
Peter Antonioni er økonom ved University College London. Shawna Scott er foredragsholder og eier av Sex Siopa.
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Shawna Scott, owner of SexSiopa.ie, and Economist and lecturer at University College London, Peter Antonioni, bring their sell-out Kilkenomics Festival Show – «The Economics of Sex» to KÅKÅnomics – this night only! Shawna and Peter gives us a basic lesson in economics by discussing everything from sex work to sex toys, online dating to online porn. Don’t worry if you don’t know that much about economics. This event is for everyone! Shawna doesn’t allow Peter to talk in jargon and makes him explain everything on his handy whiteboard.
Peter Antonioni: «The interesting thing is that people never calculate their individual cost. What they do is they work out what they think is best for themselves [in the overall order of things] and go for that. But they never sit down and make a formal calculation. The way economists put it is that people don’t really calculate [the cost of sex] they just act as if they do… On the woman’s side there are things that make you desirable and on the man’s side there are things that give you social value. [For him] that might include things like pursuing a career which might involve a lot of work but gets him into a position where he is able to meet suitable partners.»
Bjørn Sæbø, er journalist og sjefredaktør i Rogalands Avis.
ARENAER FOR KÅKÅnomics
KÅKÅ Kverulantkatedralen er støttet av:
Stifterne av KÅKÅ Kverulantkatedralen er Kristoffer og Signe Anne Stensrud. Største bidragsyter til KÅKÅ er Månebakken AS. I tillegg bidrar stiftelsen Fritt Ord, Stavanger kommune, Norsk Kulturråd og Rogaland Fylkeskommune med midler. I tillegg har Kulturdepartementet gitt tilskudd fra Gaveforsterkningsfondet.
The economics of sex – foreplay!
When: 3 November 2017 at 18.00
Where: KÅKÅnomics – the café Bøker & Børst
Bjørn Sæbø interviews Peter Antonioni and Shawna Scott as part of 30 minutes of foreplay leading up to the climactic debate on “The Economics of Sex” at Sting Nere at 22.00.
“The Economics of Sex” is a popular Irish festival chat show featuring the well-known economist Peter Antonioni and sex toy retailer Shawna Scott.
What does pleasure really cost?
What is a real orgasm worth?
About the enormous costs of human desire.
About Tinder and new dating services.
About porn and the sex trade.
About sex toys and the sex industry – and why the industry treats men and women differently in relation to sex toys.
Free admission! Get your tickets for the whole show at Sting Nere at 22.00 by clicking HERE!
Peter Antonioni is an economist at University College, London. Shawna Scott is a speaker and owner of the Irish online sex toy retailer Sex Siopa (sexsiopa.ie).
Read more about the participants below:
For one night only at KÅKÅnomics, Shawna Scott and Peter Antonioni will be presenting their sell-out Kilkenomics Festival Show – “The Economics of Sex”. Shawna and Peter offer us a basic lesson in economics by discussing everything from sex work to sex toys, online dating and online porn. Don’t worry if you don’t know much about economics. This event is for everyone! Shawna doesn’t let Peter talk in jargon and makes him explain everything on his handy whiteboard.
Peter Antonioni: “The interesting thing is that people never calculate their individual cost. What they do is work out what they think is best for themselves (in the overall order of things) and go for that. But they never sit down and make a formal calculation. The way economists put it is that people don’t really calculate … the cost of sex. They just act as if they do … On the woman’s side there are things that make you desirable, and on the man’s side there are things that give you social value. For him … that might include things like pursuing a career which might involve a lot of work but gets him into a position where he is able to meet suitable partners.”
Bjørn Sæbø is a journalist and editor-in-chief at the newspaper Rogalands Avis.
KÅKÅnomics is being held at the following venues: Kåkå, Café Sting, Bøker & Børst, the Wine Bar at Gaffel & Karaffel, Spor 5, Stavangeren, The Norwegian Petroleum Museum, Sølvberget and the University of Stavanger Business School.
KÅKÅ is funded by:
The founders of KÅKÅ are Kristoffer and Signe Anne Stensrud. The largest contributor to KÅKÅ is the company Månebakken AS. We also receive funding from the Fritt Ord Foundation, Stavanger municipality, The Arts Council of Norway and Rogaland County Council. Moreover, we receive grant funding from the Norwegian Ministry of Culture via the state Gift Enhancement Scheme.