Author: Katarina Kuo

I do, however, believe that it is important to consider whether our desire to remove texts from curricula is guided, in part, by an unwillingness to confront and sit with the discomfort of acknowledging that we sometimes enjoy things that are unfair to others.

Porn is not consumed in a vacuum — it is a small piece of a broader picture, and it is not solely responsible for its own failure to expand our sexual imagination.

Conceptualising the climate crisis forces us to conceive of human-made harm that exists beyond a human scale, to understand scientific explanations far beyond the average person’s pay grade, and to wrestle with a level of existential uncertainty that in many ways evades comprehension.