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If we want to end sexual violence, we need to talk about female desire.

It might seem strange to be talking about pleasure and desire when we are surrounded by stories of rape and harassment. Aren’t we getting ahead of ourselves? Shouldn’t we concentrate first on stopping those crimes before we ask for sex that might actually work for us? I don’t think so. The worst men—and the worst lovers—I have known were the ones who

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