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An interview with Amia Srinivasan, Professor of Social and Political Theory at All Souls College, Oxford and author of the book The Right To Sex. If our desires are socially constructed, should they be subject to political scrutiny? Is the notion of consent sufficiently subtle to capture the complex ways that sex interacts with gender, class, race and power? In this interview, she talks to Adam Ferner about pornography, categories, and the difficulties in analyzing so diaphanous a subject matter.
An interview with Amia Srinivasan, Professor of Social and Political Theory at All Souls College, Oxford and author of the book The Right To Sex. If our desires are socially constructed, should they be subject to political scrutiny? Is the notion of consent sufficiently subtle to capture the complex ways that sex interacts with gender, class, race and power? In this interview, she talks to Adam Ferner about pornography, categories, and the difficulties in analyzing so diaphanous a subject matter.
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