The Etymology of Sex, Feat. The Endless Knot – Showcase

Do you spend a lot of time thinking about sex? (the word, that is!) How did we get our English word “sex”?

Aven and Mark of the podcast The Endless Knot are here to help us find out. Turns out it’s a lot more interesting than you might expect. Or maybe it’s exactly as interesting as you expect. Today, we unearth the etymology of sex.

This episode has been sponsored by LetsGetChecked. Go to www.trylgc.com/btnewberg and use code “history” to get 20% off your purchase.

Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review. Support the show on Patreon at www.patreon.com/btnewberg. Research, writing, editing, and production by B. T. Newberg. Logo Design by Rachel Westhoff. Animation by Maxeem Konrardy. Additional credits, references, and more at www.historyofsexpod.com.

References

Episode originally aired as:

“Episode 79: Sex & Gender.” The Endless Knot. 2020, Feb. 11.

Audio Credits

Podcast theme music mixed from “Gregorian Chant”, “Mystery Sax”, and “There It Is” by Kevin MacLeod

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