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Amia Srinivasan and Alice Spawls: The Right to Sex

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Amia Srinivasan and Alice Spawls: The Right to Sex

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Building on her essay ‘Does anyone have the right to sex?’, first published in the London Review of Books in 2018, Professor of Social and Political Theory Amia Srinivasan explores the political and cultural dimensions of sexual desire, and its frustration.

Srinivasan will be in discussion with co-editor of the LRB, Alice Spawls.

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