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Floral arrangements in vivid pinks and reds by Viki Rutsch dotted the tables, while garlands of carnations wrapped the room.
Revelers were ushered down the steps to the banquet hall, which had a well-LED-lit karaoke stage set tantalizingly in the corner, a DJ booth, and a dozen intimate round tables from which to cheer.
Mickey Boardman gamely opened the performances with a rousing rendition of Salt-N-Pepa’s “Let’s Talk About Sex,” followed by his very own mic drop moment: “That concludes the evening, thank you! A Coach-clad Santigold took to the tiny stage with two dancers for a performance of Prince’s “Erotic City.” Her execution had all the hallmarks of the perfect karaoke classic: nervous giggling, a couple of missed lyrics, and the ultimate strong finish complete with a professional exeunt to stage right.
“I haven’t done karaoke in 13 years,” she shouted over the cheers, “but I think I smashed that sh*t!
This period of intense debate and acrimony between sex-positive and anti-pornography feminists during the early 1980s is often referred to as the feminist sex wars.
Other feminists identifying as sex-positive became involved in the debate, not in opposition to other feminists, but in direct response to what they saw as patriarchal control of sexuality.
They embrace sexual minority groups, endorsing the value of coalition-building with marginalized groups.