Months of scheduling and interviews with Dr. Darrel Ray went into this four-part series that we are both very proud of. And I quote, “You know, Margaux, this is the first time in my entire career that I’ve been able to talk about exactly what I wanted. Thank you so much for letting me bring these things to light,” by Dr. D, Ray. I didn’t really know how to respond, as I am equally as grateful to hear about his life’s passion and be educated on things that are just not mainstream enough; the thanking went on and on between us.

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Pt 1, Dr. Darrel Ray and The God Virus was our first introduction to each other, and a great way to learn about who Dr. Ray is and the accomplishments he’s achieved throughout his time here.


Pt 2 went into all the juicy details about why religion and our sexualities are so tied together in the first place.


Pt 3, deprogramming yourself and the importance of self-regulation: an episode that details a few ways to start the process of peeling back the layers of our religious conditioning and the critical role that self-regulation plays into them.


Last but not least, Pt 4 was a fun and light-hearted way to open dialogue around the “oh-so-terrifying” world of BDSM, but in fact, the only terrifying part about this world is coming to honesty with ourselves about our deepest desires. Dr. Ray and I both have a passion for this way of living and experiencing our intimate relationships, and we wanted to bring it to the surface for others to feel more comfortable in exploring this “third dimension” of ourselves.

I hope you all enjoyed these as much as we did. Find the YouTube videos here.


Find more of Dr. Darrel Ray below:

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The Secular Therapy Project

The Secular Sexuality Podcast Facebook


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Dr. Darrel Ray
Dr. Darrel RayPresident of Recovering From Religion
Featuring, the legendary Dr. Darrel Ray. A psychologist and religion specialist who helps individuals all around the world recover from religious trauma. He does this through his organization, Recovering from Religion. He’s also the author of two world-renowned books, The God Virus, as well as, Sex and God. Today, Dr. Ray takes on the critical task of confronting religion from a secular point of view in a therapeutic context. In today’s world, it’s rare to find a therapist who does this, which is why Dr. Ray decided to tackle this gap in the system the best way he knows how.