My latest book, “The Internet Family: Technology in Couple and Family Relationships” is out and available for purchase. Here is a summary of the book, “In The Internet Family, Drs. Katherine Hertlein and Markie Twist provide a current and comprehensive look at the effects of technology on couple and family relationships. Beginning with an overview of the […]
After a few years of working with my incredible co-editor, Dr. Tracey Laszloffy, our book, “Eco-informed practice: Family therapy in an age of ecological peril” has just released. Get your copy today and share information about this first of its kind work widely! Summary of the book follows below, as well as a flyer: This […]
My college/co-author, Dr. Neil McArthur, and I had a chance to write this fun piece on digisexuality in The Conversation. Go check it out and share widely! https://theconversation.com/for-the-love-of-technology-sex-robots-and-virtual-reality-110690
Journalist, Alex Williams, interviewed Dr. Neil McArthur and I regarding digisexuality for the New York Times. It’s a comprehensive and thoughtful piece and is available at this link: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/19/style/sex-robots.html
Journalist, Suzannah Weiss, covered Dr. Neil McArthur and I’s work on digisexuality in Playboy. She interviewed us and talked with a few digisexuals. It’s an interesting story and available at this link: https://www.playboy.com/read/like-a-sex-machine-digisexuals-are-shifting-the-way-we-think-about-tech-1
Hello there! For those of you who follow me on Facebook, I have decided to take a summer vacation from that platform. I will continue to be on Twitter here: @Dr_Markie_Twist and Instagram here: @dr_markie! See you on those platforms, and of course this site! Happy summering!
While I was speaking outside of Toronto at the Guelph Sexuality Conference, I had a chance to visit with my friends/colleagues Drs. Jess O’Reilly and Neil McArthur for Dr. Jess’s podcast sponsored by Desire Resorts. We had an opportunity to discuss the term digisexuality which Dr. McArthur and I first academically coined when we wrote […]