The politics of sex has considerably evolved in the past decade, thanks to the essential advocacy work of feminist movements around the world. The #MeToo uprising has contributed to a wider awareness of sexual and gender-based violence, encouraging us to reassess attitudes and behaviours related to sexuality. Are we living through a new kind of sexual revolution, only this time more preoccupied with gender identity, consent and justice? How do we represent desire, break existing norms and reinvent relationships in its aftermath?
Chaired by Louise Perry, Journalist and Author.