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For the last few months, I’ve been on a devoted quest to step even more into my erotic power by uncovering and exploring my inner slut—this audacious, sexually proud woman who shows off her sexual body and is totally unashamed of her sexuality.
And because I’ve been so insatiably curious about sluthood, I asked fellow slut and boss witch Kristen Korvette to chat with me about her own journey into sluttiness, what it means exactly to be a slut (it’s not what you think), and how the slut is a sexually liberated woman.
The conversation was incredibly inspiring, and of course we recorded it!
In this episode of the Sexually Liberated Woman podcast, we discuss. . .
/ How (and why) the word slut is being reclaimed now more than ever.
/ Why the witch and the slut are very similar, + some excerpts of the Witch Hunter’s Bible of 1487 (prepare to be angry).
/ How to embrace your inner slut (but first: what you can do to drop the baggage from this word).
“Slut means sexually empowered, and following your own desires, whatever that may be. Slutness is self-defined. You’re a slut if you say you’re a slut.”
I also asked Kristen some fun rapid fire questions about her erotic muses, what she’s reading, and her last orgasm.
Press play below to listen to our chat. (Player not showing up? Click here.)
SOME THINGS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
- Why the witch is the ultimate feminist icon
- The Witches by Stacy Schiff
- Promiscuities by Naomi Wolf
- I Want to Be a Slut: A Declaration of Promiscuity
- And the song that gets Kristen in the mood
Kristen Korvette is a lecturer at The New School and the founding editrix of Slutist, a sex positive feminist site that aims to uncover and undress the intersections between sex, gender, sexuality and feminism in art, entertainment, and politics.