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Would You Do Him? Women Sex and Power in the Age of Trump
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THE MARCH KGB LITERARY SERIES HOSTS A DISCUSSION WITH TWO OF THE PRE-EMINENT SOCIAL OBSERVERS OF OUR TIME, AUTHORS MICHAEL GROSS AND SADY DOYLE, IN CONVERSATION WITH AUTHOR AND POLITICAL WRITER NINA BURLEIGH. MORE SURPRISE GUESTS MAY ALSO JOIN.
DOYLE AND GROSS WILL DISCUSS THEIR BOOKS AND FOCUS ON THE EFFECT ON FEMALE LIFE IN THESE UNITED STATES OF THE FIRST “PUSSY GRABBER” PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. IS THIS THE ERA OF SUGAR DADDY ASCENDANT? OR THE LAST VIAGRAN THRUST OF THE CLASS OF MEN KNOWN AS CAREER MODELIZERS?
SADY DOYLE is the author of Trainwreck: Women We Love to Hate, Mock, and Fear… and Why (Melville House 2016), a book on how we build up and tear down rebellious women, from the French Revolution to Perez Hilton. It has been called “smart, funny and fearless” (Boston Globe), “compelling” and “persuasive” (New York Times Book Review), and “a deeply researched account of our culture’s misogynistic obsession with trainwrecks (Portland Mercury); The Atlantic predicted that “Trainwreck will very likely join the feminist canon.”
MICHAEL GROSS has written three New york Times best-sellers, and is a veteran Manhattan investigative journalist with years of Trumpology in his portfolio. Among his books is Model: The Ugly Business of Beautiful Women and My Generation: Fifty Years of Sex, Drugs, Rock, Revolution, Glamour, Greed, Valor, Faith, and Silicon Chips, a collection of revealing interviews with19 Baby Boomers —- including the future President of the United States.
NINA BURLEIGH is Newsweek National Politics Correspondent and the author of five nonfiction books including a New York Times best-seller on the Italian trials of Amanda Knox. She has covered American politics from New York and Washington, and has observed and commented on the intersection of sex and power in American culture and politics for many years.