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Publication Date: 23 May 2019
Subject: Social sciences
Suitable for: Secondary (Year 11, Year 12, Year 13)
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Canadian-born comedian Mae Martin's guide to 21st century sexuality
Why do we find sexuality so, well... scary?
Comedian Mae Martin investigates in this hilarious and intelligent guide to 21st century sexuality. Covering everything from the pros and cons of labels, to coming out and the joys of sexual fluidity, Mae ponders all the stuff we get hung up about - and then a bit more.
Mae's mission is to ensure that in a world that's full of things to worry about, who we choose to kiss should not be one of them. And when it comes to sexuality, she asks:
Can everyone please calm down?
NOTE : Contains frank discussion of sex and masturbation throughout
21st century sexuality
Mae's school of sexuality
Nature, nurture or neither?
Is everything on a spectrum?
Never read the label
Coming out (and going back in)