Episode 3: Sarah Alison Miller on Historical Ideas of Women's Bodies & Isabel Dresler on Making Smut
We interview Classicist Sarah Alison Miller about leaky female bodies in Greco-Roman and Medieval literature, sexual assault in Greco-Roman myths, body fluids, mystics, and witches! 

We also talk to queer photographer and content creator Isabel Dresler (@isabeldresler) about making smut. We discuss her photography career, how her experience as a sex worker informs her art, why she isn't afraid to take selfies, and what it means to do porn ethically. 

We also discuss the Harvey Weinstein controversy and highlight Zoe Williams' article advocating for a bystander ethic.

Zoe Williams: Why Did No One Speak Out About Harvey Weinstein? 

And we discuss Robert Asterman's article on sex positivism and what we can learn from porn search analytics.

Robert Asterman: Sex Positivism: Trying to Read the Truth From Porn Search Data Misconstrues Sexual Desire 

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Hosted by Jessie Sage (@sapiotextual) & PJ Sage (@peejsage).

Thanks to Joe Kennedy for our music.

Produced by PJ Sage.