This is an illuminating conversation with one of my favorite authors, Naomi Wolf. She shares her take on the pandemic and gives a broad overview of what is at stake both on the health level, but also in terms of our collective freedoms. We also cover the different types of dangers from the various forms of totalitarianism, the state of masculinity, and of course her new book, Outrages: Sex, Censorship, and the Criminalization of Love. This was quite the deep dive with an absolutely brilliant being.
Naomi Wolf’s most recent books include the New York Times best sellers Vagina, Give Me Liberty, and The End of America, as well as the landmark best seller The Beauty Myth. She completed a doctorate in English Language and Literature from the University of Oxford in 2015 and has taught at The George Washington University and Stony Brook University. Wolf lives in New York City.
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