These photos examine aspects of sex-positivity across the spectrum of privilege.
Why is it so hard to discuss our own human sexuality - a very natural, healthy and beautiful part of our lives? How do varying degrees of privilege play into this? What happens globally when we can't talk about it? What would happen if we did?
What is gender anyway? What if you don't subscribe to any gender?
What would it look like if female sexuality was celebrated for all women?
What happens when female sexuality is controlled?
How does patriarchy perpetuate itself within the gay community?
What could a broader view of male sexuality be like?
How has sexuality become a disconnecting drug?
What if sexuality was more spiritual?
What would it be like if we could explore beyond our narrow definitions of sexuality?
How do our cultures, traditions and societies limit that exploration?
What happens when people are judged for their lack or abundance of sexuality?
How could we normalize exploring sexuality together?
How are humans sexually objectifying each other?
Does privilege allow sexual objectification to be a positive concept?