Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again: Women and Desire in the Age of Consent


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5.2 X 7.9 X 0.7 inches | 0.45 pounds

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About the Author

Katherine Angel is the author of Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again, Daddy Issues, and Unmastered: A Book on Desire, Most Difficult to Tell. She directs the MA in Creative and Critical Writing at Birkbeck, University of London, and her writing has appeared in the Guardian, Granta, the White Review, and the Los Angeles Review of Books, among other places. Katherine has a PhD in the history of psychiatry and sexuality from the University of Cambridge. Her research into "female sexual dysfunction," American psychiatry, sexology, and feminism has been published in journals including History of the Human Sciences, Studies in Gender and Sexuality and Current Opinion in Psychiatry.


"Thought-provoking ... [Angel's] jargon-free prose and nuanced readings of popular culture and postmodern theory enlighten. Readers will value this lively and incisive inquiry into the sexual dynamics of the #MeToo era."
--Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)

"An ardent, rigorous, nuanced investigation into the question of consent, at once illuminating and empowering. A truly vital guide to navigating the difficult waters of 21st century desire."
--Olivia Laing, author of Funny Weather

"One of our most daring, exciting and nuanced writers on the complexities of female desire, pleasure, autonomy and imagination."
--Deborah Levy, author of The Cost of Living

"A provocative counterargument to recent feminist dogma ... Angel raises intriguing questions about commonly accepted assumptions, and she offers reassurance to female readers."
--Kirkus Reviews

"[Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again] takes a taboo topic and removes the stigma by providing facts. Its titular refrain advocates for a better tomorrow."
--Ashley Holstrom, Foreword Reviews

"[Angel] writes about complex questions with such clarity and elegance, and amid all the polarised spats that currently pass for considered debate, her work is a breath of fresh air. [Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again] is a provocative but clear-sighted analysis of female sexuality in the wake of #MeToo ... I'd urge anyone who cares about sexual ethics to read it."
--Caroline Sanderson, Bookseller ("Editor's Choice")