Has the sexual revolution failed? Join Grimes, Louise Perry, Sarah Haider, Anna Khachiyan, and me onstage this September in L.A.
Mary Harrington wasn’t available?
No men on your panel? Guess the revolution succeeded!
I'll join my voice with those asking for a livestream and/or podcast of this debate. Many of us subscribers can't get to L.A. for this event. But it looks like many of us more than willing to buy a ticket that would give us a way to view it.
Also, TFP merch is something I'd pay for!
I hope this event will be recorded and published after.
My current belief at 53 yrs old and after raising a daughter in the current culture yes it did fail. Ok maybe I’d give it a D+. It wasn’t entirely bad in its intentions, just incomplete and not thoroughly thought through. I am open and interested in hearing all sides.
The sexual revolution as in - subscribe to my OnlyFans but DON'T YOU DARE SEXUALIZE/OBJECTIFY WOMEN!
"I Wanna Be A Sex Symbol On My Own Terms" - Botch
In my opinion the sexual revolution has caused more problems than it solved.
If you aren't in LA, will it be live streamed or recorded and released later?
Meh, I'll pass. What a silly and narcissistic topic. And at those prices, I'd pass even if interested. Four women discuss "the sexual revolution"? Sounds like an episode of The View. Who's got the Whoopie role?
Is this a cat fight?
A great idea. You can show the world that opposing ideas can be discussed. I trust that the participants will be leaving their six-guns at the door.
Is there going to be a traditional FP article today or just this advertisement? In the past, I have vigorously supported this BBS and Bari's choice of articles but I hope it doesn't become an advertising platform trying to squeeze another buck out of our wallets.
What next? Bud Light advertisements?
Are there 1600 thinking women left in LA? 🧐
I would not ask if it has failed but what paths are open to women. Too often, we debate if a lifestyle is suitable for all, but rather, we have to ask with is good for the individual. All the women will offer options, and the woman listening must soak it in and follow the path that gives her the most value. We all learn from experimentation, and hearing about paths rather than having a path shoved down your throat is what makes modern life great.
I look forward to reading about it.
I love Louise Perry. If she doesn't kick ass on your panel the deck must REALLY be stacked!
The sexual revolution has been amazing for women and our self-centered ambitions (career, romances, work opportunities etc.)! Not so much for men… or women when it’s time for them to find a parter to actually marry. I got lucky and found a great one. Love this idea. I’ll be there!
I'm only familiar with Louise Perry. Were it a roundtable, Mary Harrington and Mary Eberstadt, would have been welcome additions.