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Detroit-based intercourse educator, author and entrepreneur Zoë Ligon joins CultureShift to speak about her ebook “Carnal Knowledge: Sex Education You Didn’t Get In School” and reply private questions from WDET listeners.

Sex educator Zoë Ligon has made a reputation for herself because the “dildo duchess of Detroit.” There’s lots to again up that title.

She’s an achieved author and journalist, releasing the ebook “Carnal Knowledge: Sex Education You Didn’t Get In School” in 2020. She’s featured on this month’s subject of Sexual Health Magazine. She’s an entrepreneur who owns and operates Spectrum Boutique and its media arm Spectrum Journal, exploring matters just like the seductive art of Japanese bondage and how one can be an ethical consumer of sex toys.

Her success is amplified by a loyal social media following that view the 29-year-old because the millennial / Gen Z reply for recommendation in a society that’s seeking to rewrite how society views sexuality.

We’re in a free nation and but there’s a lot censorship and management over consensual intercourse between adults. Whether it’s the legal guidelines or issues which have been criminalized, there’s so much that goes on beneath the floor that we’re not conscious of that impacts why we’re so restricted from [sex] schooling.” — Zoë Ligon


Listen: Zoë Ligon discusses intercourse schooling and solutions private questions from callers on CultureShift.

 


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  • Ryan Patrick Hooper is the award-winning host and producer of CultureShift on 101.9 WDET-FM Detroit’s NPR station. As a longtime arts and tradition reporter and photographer, Hooper has coated tales for NPR, Detroit Free Press, Hour Detroit, SPIN and Paste journal.

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