Sex lesson from the future

Still. About the Whole
Still. About the Whole

“All the world’s a stage,

And all the men and women merely players”


William Shakespeare’s As You Like It  it’s something that keeps appearing in my mind.

I dream stages, like in Jacob’s Ladder.

Meanwhile, Sarah Jones (woww what a woman! whole) brings you to the front row of a classroom in the future, as a teacher plugs in different personas from the year 2016 to show their varied perspectives on sex work.

As she changes props, Jones embodies an elderly homemaker, a “sex work studies” major, an escort, a nun-turned-prostitute and a guy at a strip club for his bachelor party.

It’s an intriguing look at a taboo topic, that flips cultural norms around sex inside out. via





+ Humorous performance highlighting the consequences of unequal legal treatment of women and girls as well as the progress we’ve made to end it.

March 12, 2015, United Nations New York: Women Can’t Wait! is based on a long running “Words & Deeds” campaign to end sex discrimination in the law.



Have some fun, you make the future!


What does the future hold?





Still.playmore love

*“I’m thinking of a queer feeling I sometimes get, a feeling that I’ve got something to say and the power to say it — only I don’t know what it is, and I can’t make use of the power. If there was some different way of writing…Or else something else to write about.” Aldous Huxley, Brave New World




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