This is the fifth in a series of podcasts that share some of the discussion from a group ‘What women talk about when they talk about sex’ that took place at Glasgow Women’s Library during spring and Summer 2015 as part of our Sex in The Women’s Library Season supported by the Wellcome Trust.
If someone won’t have sex with me because of [pubic hair] then I don’t want to see them ever again … that’s the test.
In this session that group takes the starting point ‘Hair’ and discusses how hair impacts on their views of their bodies. Hair is seen as being something that is gendered and a factor in women’s thoughts about sex, sexuality and a way they have been judged. In this session hair is seen as a feminist issue.