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is sexuality still taboo?

Contradicting norms with a big mouth has always been part of my character.  Back in seventh grade sex education class, I never understood why everyone was afraid of terms like "vagina" or "penis" – I mean, they're just words?
Especially within sexuality, we find a bunch of taboos. Due to rigid norms and values it is often difficult to overcome social constructs like shame or disgust. In a time where sexuality is negotiated in a more differentiated way than ever, we should question the many different taboos in ourselves as well as in our society.
Through 28 anonymous narratives I try to convey that we can be inspired exactly there, where much is tabooed. The work intends to sensitize and encourage our reflection on individual sexuality.





58 pages, 31.4 x 23.2 cm
design offset natural white, 250 g/m²
4/4-coloured




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