Fucking Law: The Search for Her Sexual Ethics

Fucking Law: The Search for Her Sexual Ethics Review

Fucking Law is an urgent call for everyone, not just academics and researchers, to find inventive ways to question the ethics of sexuality. Since a sex life is full of so many diverse moments of joy and suffering, for each and everybody, the book attempts to bridge a gap between philosophical and non-philosophical questioning. Central to the book is the reality that everyone can challenge the ethics and laws of sexuality and ask questions, even where they seem frightening, or worse, even when we are told not to - by institutions and lovers alike. Non-philosophical and accessible, Fucking Law is risky, explicit and provocative as it bridges the gap between academic and every-day questioning of sexual encounters.

Title:Fucking Law: The Search for Her Sexual Ethics
Edition Language:English

    Fucking Law: The Search for Her Sexual Ethics Reviews

  • Alex Sarll

    The title is true in all senses, though in a sense doesn't go far enough because this is not just about fucking, law and fucking the law, it's also about the philosophy of sex, and philosophy as sex, ...

  • Janet

    I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do ...

  • Melissa

    This book falls within the category of “Philosophy of sex” but many readers will probably say it uses sex as a form of philosophy. She takes you on a journey from the University Ethics Committee (...

  • Em (Diversify Your Shelf)

    * I received this book on Net Galley*TW: rape, detailed sex, sexual assault, gas-lighting, abusive relationships. This book is a lot to handle. I knew that going in but I had deemed it the sort of wor...

  • Jeff

    Fucking Ethics and Fucking Judgments. First, I will tell you that if the word "fucking" disturbs you, this book isn't for you (but you may have suspected that from the title). If the various "raunchy"...

  • Riasaakshi

    Excellent, read it in one sitting. It is, to be fair, not going to sit well with everyone. The philosophy is presented at undergraduate+ level, and weaving it through part ethnography and part heavy r...

  • Kristine

    Fucking Law by Victoria Brooks is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early July.Sexual ethics, having pride and unabashedness in one’s body and their sexual intimate activities, reading erotic te...

  • CR

    This book is a little harder to review than I thought it was going to be. It deals with sex and the issues that surround it. This one went deep into the ethics and philosophy of sexuality. I will say...

  • Stephanie Livingston-Bujold

    Confusing disjointed and pretentious.The way I felt when reading this is the same way I feel when watching foreign independent films- frustrated by reading the peices together subtitles, angered wonde...

  • thewoollygeek

    I was very disappointed in this and I had been looking forward to it, what could have been a very powerful book just felt lifeless and very dry and uninteresting Thanks to netgalley and the publisher ...