This week on Sex City—August 2, 2016

Dorianne got a little highbrow with guests from the theatre and academia:
  • Thea Fitz-James, writer and performer of the show Naked Ladies. Naked Ladies brings together personal anecdotes – both traumatic and silly – alongside art history, feminist theory, and performance art, to explore why (and where, and for whom) women get naked on stage. 
  • Patrick Keilty from University of Toronto’s Sexual Diversity Studies will talk about what electronic technologies mean for feminist and queer identity, activism, sociability, art, and politics.

1 comment: