Why Generation Z is turning its back on sex-positive feminism
"It stopped me having sex for a year." The movement championed the right to enjoy sex and was supposed to free women from guilt or being shamed. But now, many are questioning whether it has left them more vulnerable. Here, Gaby Hinsliff discovers why many young people are asking "who this free-for-all really serves and how consent is defined, in a society where women are still heavily conditioned to please men."
From The Guardian