In Episode 62, we are joined by London, Uk based writer, Katherine Angel, author of Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again. We discuss the affirmative consent model, the expectation that women should “know what they want”, and how this framework holds desire hostage to violence and misunderstands the emergent nature of desire. We discuss heterosexuality, gender roles, context based desire, and the looming threat of sexual violence in women’s sex lives.
Part of the Talking Shit series.
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Mixing and editing by Charlotte Dora.
Jay Lesoleil is a writer, artist, and shelter worker from Montréal with a background in political anthropology. Jay is also one half of the podcast Fucking Cancelled.
Clementine Morrigan is a writer and public intellectual based in Montréal, Canada. She writes popular and controversial essays about culture, politics, ethics, relationships, sexuality, and trauma. A passionate believer in independent media, she’s been making zines since the year 2000 and is the author of several books. She’s known for her iconic white-text-on-a-black-background mini-essays on Instagram. One of the leading voices on the Canadian Left and one half of the Fucking Cancelled podcast, Clementine is an outspoken critic of cancel culture and a proponent of building solidarity across difference. She is a socialist, a feminist, and a vegan for the animals and the earth.
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