We talk about feminism in the workplace and we talk about dating after #MeToo, but women's own patriarchal conditioning can be the hardest enemy to defeat. When it comes to our sex lives, few of us are free of niggling fears and body image insecurities. Rather than enjoying and exploring our bodies uninhibited, we worry about our bikini lines, bulging tummies and whether we're doing it 'right'.Flo broaches everything from faking it to consent, stress to kink, and how losing your virginity isn't so different to eating your first chocolate croissant. Her mission is to get more people talking openly about what they do and don't want from every romantic encounter.
Number of Pages: 144
Publication Date: 27 Aug 2020
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Publication City, Country: London, United Kingdom
Dimensions (cm): 21(H) x 13.8(L) x 1.1(W)
Weight (gm): 270
Perry is on the charge to show feminism for the sexy movement it is, and offers it in a hilarious, accessible and completely non-judgemental package. * The Evening Standard *
cheeky, sweet and extremely witty...figures of all shapes and sizes and ages and races (clothed and unclothed) contort and grin and dart across the pages, bringing to vivid life Perry's wisdom about as broad sexual quandaries as libido, trust, faking orgasms, consent, body image, pubic hair, nude photos, porn, ghosting, and virginity....an emotionally intelligent discussion about the climate in which women - but not just women - are navigating relationships * The i *
Thank God for Flo Perry * The Times *
Flo Perry is a writer and illustrator, former BuzzFeed editor and expert on making illustrations go viral. She was born and raised in the wilds of North London and still lives there with two lovely homosexual housemates and a terrible cat. Her book How to Have Feminist Sex was published in 2019.