Sex is everywhere. It’s in the stories we love – and the stories we
fear. It defines who we are and our place in society … at least we’re
told it ought to.
Sex and sexuality can seem like a house
of horrors, full of monsters and potential pitfalls. We often live with
fear, shame and frustration when it comes to our own sexuality, and with
judgement when it comes to others’. Sex advice manuals, debates over
sex work and stories of sexual “dysfunction” only add to our anxiety.
compassion, humour, erudition and a touch of the erotic, Meg-John
Barker and Jules Scheele shine a light through the darkness and unmask
‘The art introduces a set of reoccurring characters,
tongue-in-cheek references to the Scooby-Doo gang, who journey through a
haunted house confronting and unmasking the villains: patriarchy, white
supremacy, ableism, and capitalism personified … The sum: accessible,
compassionate reading for readers wanting to think more deeply about
sex, society, and how they intersect.’ - Publishers Weekly