20 Things You Can Take Away from “The S and M Feminist” Whether You’re Into S and M or Not
This is a selection of her best articles, all in one place! Clarisse has delivered sexuality workshops and lectures across the world. In , she returned from working on HIV mitigation in southern Africa. This book includes Clarisse's commentary on her writing process.
- The S&M Feminist.
- The Thinking Business Studies student?
- Billionaires Love Big Girls (Erotic Romance, BBW, Billionaire)?
- Archaeologies of an Uncertain Future: Recent Generations of Canadian Women Writing.
- How to Survive a British Colonial, African Upbringing!
- Reward Yourself.
Plus, there are "study guides" to help readers get the most from each section! She brings a refreshing honesty to her writing that is often lacking. Add to that a deep commitment to feminism and sex-positivity, and you have an amazing combination. The clarity with which she discusses both sides without resorting to caricatures or stereotypes is simultaneously inspiring and challenging.
ISBN 13: 9781477472040
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- My Mini Wedding Helper?
- Mesmerizing Caroline - The Beginning (Mind Control Erotica);
- Thinking Kink: The Final (Leather-Clad) Curtain?
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That is: marriages on a contract basis, lasting a few years or maybe 20, […]. No one is immune to sexually transmitted infections, and as certain strains strengthen, people need to get smarter about their sexual habits. She shares the story of a recent pickup.
Relationships are not always fair and balanced. Clarisse Thorn explores the question.
Book Review: The S&M Feminist | All the World's a Stage
I wrote theoretically, and I […]. Have you ever experienced negative effects from porn in your own sex life and relationships? Clarisse Thorn discusses the effect porn has had on her and on the sexuality of others. I was recently discussing the cultural Porn Wars with a middle-aged friend.
Have you ever been involved with someone you were totally into, who seemed much less interested than you did? Or have you ever been with someone who was way more into […]. Sex work is hard work, and sometimes even sex workers need a break. Clarisse Thorn spoke to Olivia, a year-old sex worker, about the perils of her profession.
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Clarisse Thorn: Could you introduce […]. Are men the more dominant sex? Are they more prone to violence?