F*cked: Being Sexually Explorative and Self-Confident in a World That's Screwed

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Are You a Dirty, Nasty Slut? Or a Sexually Repressed Nightmare?

Regardless of your background or bedroom resume, someone or something has probably made you feel that way at some point. This was what Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson discovered when they created the wildly popular Guys We Fucked: The Anti Slut-Shaming Podcast. What started as an outlet to interview—

You guessed it!—guys they'd fucked, quickly evolved into an enormous community of Fuckers around the world, and a place to share stories of kinks gone wild, trauma, assault, and the overall confusion among people who don't know what the fuck they are doing (in other words, everyone). 

F*CKED brings these raw, ridiculous, and serious conversations from the podcast to the page. It is a guide to love and sex for anyone -- female, male, trans, or undecided—who is fed up with double standards and the stigma surrounding sexual beings. It is for anyone who has ever felt afraid to be their authentic self. Corinne and Krystyna won’t talk down to you or coddle you because you’re better than that. They won’t explain why he’s just not that into you, because it doesn’t fucking matter. This book will teach you how to deal with shit, brush your shoulder off, and move on. You'll also learn about:

  • Why shame is completely made up and how we can stop giving into it
  • Sexual exploration and how it sometimes ends in a trip to the ER
  • Stuff we should stop doing: Snooping, nitpicking our bodies, and faking orgasms
  • Asking your sexual partner uncomfortable questions
  • Masturbation, threesomes, porn, sex toys, butt stuff, and much, much more

Despite what Rom-Coms and magazines tell you, you can handle sexual exploration without the assistance of a man, a glass of rose, and a Xanax. More importantly, you’re fine all by yourself. This is the book Bridget Jones should’ve read instead of writing that shitty diary in the first place.

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About the author

Krystyna Hutchinson is a comedian, actress and writer with a BFA from Marymount Manhattan College. A regular in the New York City club circuit, she has performed in festivals and at sold-out clubs throughout the country. In addition to stand-up comedy, she has appeared in film, television, and Off-Broadway theater. She has trained with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, The PIT, and Gary Austin Workshops. In her spare time, Krystyna likes to eat popcorn and sing Karaoke, her go-to song being 4 Non-Blondes' "What's Up?".

Corinne Fisher is a writer, comedian, and actor who has performed at the Boston Comedy Festival, the Women in Comedy Festival, the Laughing Devil Festival, and the She-Devil Festival. She holds a BFA from the School of Visual Arts, has been trained in the Stanislavski method by Joie Lee, and is a graduate of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre's prestigious improvisation training program. She loves ice cream and the Spice Girls.

Hutchinson and Fisher live in New York City.

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Publisher
HarperCollins
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Published on
Oct 24, 2017
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Pages
256
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ISBN
9780062666932
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Features
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Language
English
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Genres
Humor / Topic / Men, Women & Relationships
Psychology / Human Sexuality
Social Science / Feminism & Feminist Theory
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This content is DRM protected.
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