Through a letter to an imagined daughter, Anne Bitsch writes about women’s longing for freedom. Based on her own story and research, she discusses topics such as bodily vulnerability, responsibility, shame and how to recover after abuse.
#metoo has given our society greater awareness about sexual harassment and violence. But how liberating is it really to come forward with personal stories in public? What potential for continued oppression occurs as the histories are taken over by the media and the legal system? How can the fight be continued?
This is a book about the outrage of being told that you are equal and have every opportunity, but experiencing that it does not apply to our most intimate – our sexuality. But first and foremost it is a manifesto for trust between men and women, encouraging all women to trust their dreams and desires.