“Yes” means yes.

Via on Mar 11, 2011

Quote of the Day, via Sir Richard’s.

“The world we envision is one in which genuine pleasure is celebrated—not feared, controlled, or commodified.”

~ From; “Yes, Means Yes! Visions of Female Sexual Power
& A World Without Rape.”

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3 Responses to ““Yes” means yes.”

  1. SriDTMc says:

    that photo sucks

    • elephantjournal says:

      Yah, it was on the feminist blog that carried the quote. This culture, sometimes, sucks. Often, it's inspiring, however, don't want to get too dark. I love the quote, above. ~ Waylon

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