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Srinivasan, Amia, , . Does Anyone Have the Right to Sex?
2018, London Review of Books, 40 (6): 5-10.
Added by: Andrea Blomqvist, Contributed by: Nadia Mehdi

Srinivasan attempts to address the question of how we are able to dwell in the ambivalent place where we acknowledge that no one is obligated to desire anyone else, that no one has a right to be desired, but also that who is desired and who isn’t is a political question, a question usually answered by more general patterns of domination and exclusion.

Comment: This text is an insightful call to bring discussions of sexual consent back to a politics of desire. It would make a great addition to syllabi covering the philosophy of sex.

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