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  • UserKate Smurthwaite
  • ClockWednesday 26 June 2013, 19:00-21:00
  • HouseThe Maypole.

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Kate Smurthwaite is a comedienne and feminist, atheist activist. She is best known for a gone-viral video clip taken from BBC One show The Big Questions known as “Atheist B*tchslap” and also for her annual one woman show “The News At Kate” at the Edinburgh Fringe and other national and international comedy festivals.

“My talk is about how the overhang of religious dogma has left us with a don’t-talk-about-sex culture which is damaging everyone, especially women. The gap is being exploited (I shall argue) by a multi-billion-dollar sex “industry” that, like all massive industries has profit, rather than our best interests, at heart. Caught as we are between the no sex campaign and the bad sex industry, the time has come to reclaim good sex. There is so much to be gained, I will argue including an end to war, famine and climate change, and of course the possibility of great sex!”

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