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How to navigate a sex-obsessed world when you're an 'out-and-proud' prudePrudeMag co-founders Rea and Twoey on recognizing the word ‘no’ as sacred.

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How to navigate a sex-obsessed world when you're an 'out-and-proud' prude

2 months agoDuration 2:28PrudeMag co-founders Rea and Twoey on recognizing the word ‘no’ as sacred.

This article was originally published March 31, 2022 and was updated April 4, 2022.

"The dictionary's going to tell you that 'prude' is, like, an old, haggard spinster woman who just hates enjoyment," said Twoey Gray, one of the co-founders of PrudeMag. It's a Toronto-based zine that, according to its site, aims to "[reclaim] the term 'prude' as a celebration of our autonomy and boundary-setting."

In this edition of "Sexplanation" Twoey and fellow PrudeMag co-founder Rea share their insights on living as out-and-proud prudes in a sex-driven culture — from the ways sex positivity has been misappropriated by the patriarchy to why saying "no" can be sacred and even make things "more pleasurable for everybody involved."

Watch the video to learn more, and stream full episodes of The Big Sex Talkon CBC Gem.

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