“If sex had a defining feature in the 1990s, it was ubiquity.” Laura Marsh unravels the two-decade fallout of the way sex was perceived, reported on, and delighted in during the 90s, an era when pornstars, Sex and the City, Monica Lewinsky, Harvey Weinstein, dominated the news.
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