Pleasure — sexual and otherwise — is rooted in a woman’s right to choose. Choice is about possibilities, and in some ways, women have more options, more possibilities, than ever. In other ways, our culture is still debating whether or not women should have the right to choose at all, which has only been further solidified by the recent overturning of Roe v. Wade. A Woman’s Right To Pleasure is a reclamation of the female body, and a celebration of it, direct from a group of bold and brave women who refuse to keep their choices silent.
Georgia O’ Keeffe, Tracey Emin, Jenny Holzer, Louise Bourgeois, Leonor Fini, Judy Chicago, Marilyn Minter, Loie Hollowell, Allison Zuckerman, Angela Heisch, Jessie Makinson, Austyn Weiner, Mary Beth Edelson, Hayv Karahman, Katherina Olschbauer, Penny Slinger, Judith Bernstein, Alexandra Rubinstein, Reka Nyari, Natalie Krim, Cecily Brown, Emily Marie Miller, Shara Hughes, Nan Goldin and more.