Jess over at the F-word blog in the UK is interested in compiling some sex resources from an explicitly or implicitly feminist perspective. Read on for the request:
Following on from Laura’s post at The F Word about the poverty of sex education in the UK, we got thinking about ways to fill in those gaps (and then some) for adults.
Me and Laura are looking to compile a listing of resources on safe, pleasurable, consenting sex, relationships and sexuality, for the over 18 set, who can no longer benefit from whatever wisdom HMG and the national curriculum might impart. Can you help us?
Of course, we’re particularly interested in anything which is coming from an explicitly or implicitly feminist perspective. And we’re interested in making this as inclusive as possible. That means regardless of/aimed at all levels of experience (beginner to advanced!), sexuality, gender, kink or lack thereof, etc.
Book, blog, website, workshop, feminist/women’s sex toy store, DVD, audio tape – whatever it is, we’re interested! Not porn though, at least partly because that gets into contentious territory we’re not really interested in for this one.
A few words on why you are making the recommendation would also be great. You can tell us anonymously if you so wish in the comments on the blog post we put together announcing this.
I sent this list, which is somewhat American-centric, I admit, but that’s all I got:
s.e.x by heather corinna
the strap-on book by a.h. dion
fetish sex by violet blue
sex for one: the joy of selfloving by betty dodson
the good vibrations guide to sex
the topping book & the bottoming book by easton & liszt
erotic bondage handbook by jay wiseman
SM 101 by jay wiseman
the ethical slut by easton & liszt
sex-positive & feminist sex stores
the body electric school – level one is “celebrating the body erotic”
Additional resources to add? They’re not looking for feminist smut, but rather for resources & knowledge. Add ‘em in the comments (I’d love to know, too!) or leave them in F-word’s comments.