Bridget Christie talks dirty | Comic reads erotica about  'the angry feminist, the most erotic of all the characters'

Bridget Christie talks dirty

Comic reads erotica about 'the angry feminist, the most erotic of all the characters'

comedyBridget Christie has been caught reading dirty stories…

The comic has lent her voice to an audiobook of a new collection of erotic tales. But this is right-on, fully woke porn.

New Erotica For Feminists promises 'satirical fantasies of love, lust and equal pay', with Christie bringing to life 'the angry feminist, the most erotic of all the characters'.

Penned by US comedy writers Caitlin Kunkel, Brooke Preston, Fiona Taylor and Carrie Wittmer, the collection features the lowdown on Adam and Eve, Helen Of Troy and 'real-talk Jane Austen' – plus 'a big ol' orgy of fictional, empowering celebrity smut'.

'Why should these things – equal pay, decent maternity leave, construction workers who catcall about books rather than looks – have to remain so far from our grasp in 2018?' she implores.

And she adds: 'While feminists of many ethnicities and orientations are celebrated and namechecked throughout, we strive to be responsible allies, rather than presuming to speak on behalf of another's experience or struggle.

'So get crazy dear and sexy listener! Let's gather at the crossroads of personal passions and righteous anger, grab your friend, spouse or book club hook-up and let your wildest satirical fantasies flow. Because there's nothing sexier than love, lust and equal pay.'

Here's Christie's retelling of Romeo and Juliet as a toxic relationship:

Published: 23 Nov 2018

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