Comedian Sara Pascoe turns her attention to things that really matter to humans – sex, power and money. In this podcast series, Sara interviews people who have experience around sex work, stripping and porn. As an accompaniment to her book Sex Power Money, this series allows people who are so often talked about to speak for themselves, as well as exploring the history of whore stigma, the ramifications of our current laws around selling sex and the overt racism found in porn.
Sara Pascoe is a highly acclaimed comedian, writer and actor. Her extensive TV credits include the BBC solo stand-up special LadsLadsLads, BBC2's Frankie Boyle's New World Order and Comedians Giving Lectures on Dave, which she hosts. Her first book Animal: The Autobiography of a Female Body is being developed into a full series.
Sara's book Sex Power Money is out now in hardback / audiobook / ebook
Apple Books: http://apple.co/31z4cLr
Sex Power Money: Live Episode
Sara speaks to Lucy Whitehouse from Fumble, Gayathiri Kamalakanthan from the School of Sexuality Education (formerly Sexplain UK) and Decolonising Contraception, and Matilda Lawrence-Jubb and Anna Alexander from Split Banana.
Sara talks to Fern Champion, an anti-sexual violence campaigner fighting for better funding for rape support services and for real-time improvement to the lives of rape survivors.
Sara talks to pole dancer Kitty Velour
Sara talks to photographer Julia Schönstädt this week about her work in feminist adult cinema.
In this week's episode Sara speaks to artist and photographer Denisha Anderson.
Annabelle & Bella
Sara talks to Annabelle and Bella this week, two sex workers who run the @whores_handbags Instagram account.
Very interesting and enlightening!
Really great to learn so much with new perspectives. Listening to Sarah - a well informed lady - learn so much as she moves through the different interviews helps take you on the journey as well. Thanks Sara and all you guests, generous with your experience and time.
Interesting. Challenging. Informative
Annabella & Bella
What an awkward podcast this was., it just wasn’t flowing. Sarah sounded a bit ‘forced’ which I can’t blame her for, coz with the upmost respect they were not the most interesting and articulate ladies.