You’re probably familiar with the traditional vision of “sex positivity” – talking about all the ways that sex can be great.
This can be a good start to challenging sex negativity, which makes sex seem shameful. But do you know who’s getting left out of this kind of positivity?
This comic shows why we need a change. And it offers a practical key to making our sex positivity more inclusive. Check out this new way to approach sex positivity so that more people can get something meaningful out of it.
The Editors at Everyday Feminism
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To learn more about this topic, check out:
- 3 Reasons Why Sex-Positivity without Critical Analysis Is Harmful
- 4 Easy Ways to Incorporate More Sex Positivity into Your Parenting
Ronnie Rene Ritchie is a Contributing Comic Artist for Everyday Feminism, an illustrator, and storyteller working out of Peterborough, Ontario. Since graduating from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon with a BFA in Illustration, Ronnie has had work featured in galleries and sex shops across North America, and their autobiographical webcomic, GQutie, has seen its popularity soar online. Learn more about GQutie, Ronnie’s illustration, or follow them on Twitter @ronithebear.
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