Friday, September 29
909 Renaissance Park
Event co-sponsored by the Department of Philosophy and Religion, the PPE Program, and the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program.
From the publisher: “Garcia offers an alternative framework grounded in commitments to autonomy and dignity. While consent, she argues, should not be a definitive legal test, it is essential to realizing intimate desire, free from patriarchal domination. Cultivating consent makes sex sexy. By appreciating consent as the way toward an ethical sexual flourishing rather than a legal litmus test, Garcia adds a fresh voice to the struggle for freedom, equality, and security from sexist violence.”