This is an audio version of the piece published in FFJ’s Issue #03 - SEX. Read the original article here.
Even though popular media is near-ubiquitous in its representations of sex, we still see food standing in on-screen for body parts or sexual acts. This is largely a mechanism used to censor certain kinds of bodies, and certain kinds of sex, to the de…
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