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Involuntary celibacy is a genuine problem, but a ‘right to sex’ is not the answer

7 mins | Oct 25, 2022
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It's a dangerous solution for a hugely complex issue. Philadelphia activist and Democrat politician, Alexandra Hunt, has recently called for a right to sex in response to statistics showing that a rising number of 18-30-year-olds are not having sex. Zoe Williams contends that this argument - which defines the incel movement - is not a solution for this social problem and should be consigned to history.

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