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Meet the Author: 'How to Have Feminist Sex' in conversation with Flo Perry

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Meet the Author: 'How to Have Feminist Sex: A Fairly Graphic Guide' in conversation with Flo Perry

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Unfinished Business: The Fight for Women’s Rights exhibition opens at the British Library on the 23rd October 2020. The exhibition explores female equality through the themes of Mind, Body, and Voice.

As part of the Living Knowledge Network and inspired by those who have paved the way. Suffolk Libraries will be inviting discussion about battles not yet won and welcoming a slice of this exhibition to Ipswich and Lowestoft libraries, responding to the history of equality through online events and activities.  

We are excited to invite you to join us in conversation with Flo Perry, author of How to Have Feminist Sex: A Fairly Graphic Guide. 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 her girlfriend, two lovely homosexual housemates and a terrible cat. Her book How to Have Feminist Sex was published in 2019.

NB. The link to this event will be circulated 1 week before to ticket holders. This event will be pre-recorded and premiered on Suffolk Libraries youtube channel on the 13th November at 6pm with subtitles

The Living Knowledge Network is a UK-wide partnership of national and public libraries, founded by the British Library in conjunction with the National Library of Scotland and the National Library of Wales. The only network of its kind in the UK, it aims to promote the exchange of knowledge and develop memorable experiences for library users.

This event is part of a nationwide programme taking place simultaneously in 25 library authorities across the UK as part of the network, generously supported by the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

'Unfinished Business: The Fight for Women’s Rights' 23rd October to 21 February 2021.

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