Blurbs October 30, 2014

The comedian Margaret Cho loved Polly: Sex Culture Revolutionary, and reviewed it, gushing: “Raw, untamed, emotional beauty–Polly is a true supernova. This memoir is as touching as it is hot, as moving as it is a masterpiece.”

Dossie Easton, author of the Ethical Slut, was just as enthusiastic:  “I devoured Polly’s glorious, beautifully written memoir in twenty-four hours and now I’m in withdrawal. San Francisco’s amazing sex culture revolutionary has braided together the strands of her life as an artist, as a kid growing up, and as founder of the astounding community that is Mission Control, into a touching, vulnerable and brilliant story. I am totally impressed.”

I’m stoked that John Law, Co-Founder of the Cacophony Society and the Burning Man Festival, sees it’s cultural significance! “Polly’s story should prove to be an inspiration and a touchstone for those who feel constricted by the ill fitting togs of conformity and wish more than anything to free themselves to love and live more.”

Annie Sprinkle gave me a love bomb “Polly’s book is simply brilliant, sexy, delightful, creative, and has so much heart– just like Polly herself.” Awww!

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Polly

Polly Whittaker is a 21st century sex culture revolutionary. She has dedicated her life to sexually progressive community, as an acclaimed latex fashion designer, a creator of arty, sexy parties, and a spokesperson for sex culture. Born in London, England, in 1974, she is the daughter of a hot air balloon pilot and a sex therapist. She relocated to San Francisco—home of the sexual revolution—in 1999. Her award-winning event, Kinky Salon, takes place in a dozen cities across Europe and North America. She recently joined forces with Christopher Ryan, Author of NYT Bestselling Book Sex at Dawn to create Kotango.com—a social network for global sex culture.

Blurbs October 30, 2014


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