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The Second Sex

A classic feminist text

A classic feminist text

Simone de Beauvoir

The Second Sex

First published in Paris in 1949, The Second Sex by Simone de Beavoir was a groundbreaking, risque book that became a runaway success. Selling 20,000 copies in its first week, the book earned its author both notoriety and admiration. Since then, The Second Sex has been translated into forty languages and has become a landmark in the history of feminism.

  • Feminist literature
  • 800 pages
  • Paperback

A groundbreaking work of feminism that examines the limits of female freedom and explodes beliefs about femininity.

Enquire Within: Investigating Vorarephilia

Enquire Within: Investigating Vorarephilia

Welcome to Enquire Within, our fortnightly newsletter exploring your sexual curiosities and confusions. Answering your questions is writer, journalist, podcaster, and person we trust, Madison Griffiths. This week, we're investigating all things Vorarephilia. Question: "I’ve recently developed a fantasy about being eaten. It’s come on totally unprompted and takes different forms. Sometimes I get shrunken down before being eaten. Sometimes I get eaten in one go by a whale. It’s never graphic or violent. I just really want to be consumed as a whole. What does this mean and where could this have come from?" Answer: This may be a tough thing to swallow, sweet reader… but I’m going to give you a lot to gobble up. It appears, according to my diagnosis and the copious amount of intriguing and—at times, a little perturbing—perusing I spent on various Internet deep-dives, that you are a vorer: an individual aroused by the idea of being swallowed whole. Like all fetishes, vore is multidimensional, complex ... Welcome to Enquire Within, our fortnightly newsletter exploring your sexual curiosities and confusions. Answering your questions is writer, journalist, podcaster, and person we trust, Madison Griffiths. This week, we're investigating all things Vorarephilia. Question: "I’ve recently developed a fantasy about being ...

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