Letters on Liberty: Unshackling intimacy
Ralph Leonard champions sexual freedom as reflective of a more general individual and social freedom. He argues that while taboos around sex and intimacy have shifted over time, prejudices still abound relating to ‘free love’. While the lockdowns might have stymied our ability to be intimate in an extreme way, it would be a mistake to see the pandemic as the sole threat to sexual freedom. He asks, do we need to drop our remaining prejudices about love in order for sexual expression to transcend its current fetters?
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