Intimacy and love, past shame and hurt, current pleasure and play, or going disappointment or surprise? What comes to mind when you think about sex?
Touch explores sex as a vast, yet intertwined experience with oneself and between people. It draws on the on the experiences of sex from people accross genders, sexualities – even borders. Sometimes political, sometimes personal, and often beautiful, Touch delves into the many ways in which sex features in our lives.
Sex can be fun, tricky, and heart-breaking, and this book covers all this and much more. Compiled by Tiffany Kagure Mugo and Kim Windvogel, the pieces are real, expressive, cathartic and dare we say it, sexy.
Featuring essays by Jamil F Khan, Mia Arderne, Siya Khumalo, Nakhane Toure, Roché Kester, Lester Walbrugh, and Efemia Chela, among others.