Hey Sluts. Guys! My first book SLUTEVER is out TOMORROW! I’ll be doing a couple of live readings in NYC this week. Here’s the info:
1. POWERHOUSE @ the Archway — CLICK HERE FOR INFO AND RSVP
Wednesday Feb 07, 2018 : 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
28 Adams Street (Corner of Adams & Water Street @ the Archway)
Brooklyn , NY 11201
FYI: “Party” is a bit of an overstatement. It’s more of a reading and Q&A with free beer. Wild!!! I’ll be in conversation with the regular Slutever contributor Lizzi Sandell.
2. THE WING – For members of The Wing only
Thursday Feb 8: Evening
P.S. You can read the first published excerpt, “Victim Who?” on Vogue now (click here). Also, you can buy the book HERE. I also read my own audio book, if you want to listen to me personally rant about all my slutty adventures.
About the Book.
We’re lucky that slut is such a great word because it’s pretty safe to say that every woman will be called a slut at least once in her lifetime. The sexual double standard has finally begun to shift, and yet it’s still taboo to be a girl who sleeps around. In SLUTEVER, Vogue columnist Karley Sciortino is reclaiming the word slut—albeit with a tinge of irony—to show it’s okay to be a woman who has sex with who she wants, how she wants, without shame or apology.
In her lexicon, a “slut” is a person who seeks out visceral experiences through sex and isn’t ashamed about it. Sluts are special. Sluts are radical. And sluts are also skilled at time management, because they can handle multiple partners on rotation, plus their jobs and their blogs and their beauty routines. It’s not easy, being a ho. Not everyone is qualified for this coveted position.
Featuring stories and opinions on sex work, the “Madonna-Whore Complex,” fetishes, sugar daddies, porn, nonmonogamy and jealousy, the dangers of victim feminism, and sexual and gender identity, Karley draws from her experiences to illustrate the slut of the future, and to empower all women to control their sex lives in the way they see fit.
SLUTEVER is a call-to-arms, a confessional memoir, a slut manifesto, as told by a hedonistic, sex-radical libertarian slut in a pink PVC mini dress. It’s a first-person account of a modern young woman, navigating sex, love, casual hookups, open-relationships, boyfriends, girlfriends, bisexuality, BDSM, breakups, sex work, sex parties, and the power of sexual agency, as told from the front lines.