Join internationally acclaimed author, social critic and political activist Naomi Wolf for this special event where she discusses her work as an activist and her latest book 'Vagina - A New Biography' with Jude Kelly, Southbank Centre's Artistic Director.
Wolf discusses pornography and rape, as well as intimacy and sensuality. Plus she talks about how men - or anyone who loves women - can learn from the latest research about how really to understand the nature of female pleasure and its importance.
Wolf's first book 'The Beauty Myth' (published in 1991) challenged the cosmetics industry and the marketing of unrealistic standards of beauty. It went on to become a bestseller and was credited with launching a new wave of feminism.
In her latest best-selling book, Wolf makes the case that the vagina is much more than a sex organ. It is integral to female well-being, and is one catalyst to female creativity, confidence and identity. It was also named Publishers' Weekly Best Science Book of the Season.