Yes Means Yes Live Chat

On Monday February 2, I will be participating in a live-chat on Feministing to discuss Yes Means Yes: Visions of Female Sexual Power & a World Without Rape.  In addition to myself, you’ll hear from editors Jaclyn Friedman and Jessica Valenti, and Feministing bloggers and fellow Yes Means Yes contributors Samhita Mukhopadhyay and Miriam Perez.

The live-chat at Feministing kicks off a 13-blog virtual book tour, which will include interviews, guest posts and live-chats with the book’s contributors.  Feministe will be taking part (we actually get to close out the tour!), and there will be more information on what we’re doing, and who we’re doing it with, when the moment gets closer.

In the meantime, I hope you’ll check me out at Feministing — especially since it may be your only chance to ask questions of these other contributors. 

The live-chat is at 3PM EST on Monday, February 2. Come over and join us — and maybe toss out a question for me to answer, too!


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2 comments for “Yes Means Yes Live Chat

  1. January 31, 2009 at 9:38 pm

    Argh, I really wish I could show up! Unfortunately, for whatever reason Feministing has always rejected me – I signed up, but it won’t let me post comments or login. It sucks, since I feel like a part of the community but can’t actually declare myself. I just started Yes Means Yes today, though, and you can’t imagine (or maybe you can) how wonderful I felt after reading Margaret Cho talking about her “not-quite-rape” experiences. Really? That’s not how sex is supposed to be? It’s okay to be disappointed with that? Well, she pretty much summed up my heterosexual experiences, but it’s nice to know I’m not the only one.

  2. January 31, 2009 at 9:54 pm

    Judith, though I of course can’t explain your commenting problems with Feministing, I do believe that we’ll likely be using a live-chat system that won’t have anything to do with their normal commenting platform. Can’t guarantee it, of course, but I’d be surprised to learn differently . . .

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