Decolonise Our Genitals | Episode 2: McKenzie Wark & Decolonising Contraception

28th May 2021, 11am EST / 4pm GMT

In the second episode of Decolonise Our Genials, Roisin and Iarlaith are joined by writer and scholar McKenzie Wark to discuss identity in a settler society, vulgarity, and putting language under pressure when it comes to gender and sex. They’ll also be talking to Edem Ntumy and Annabel Sowemimo of Decolonising Contraception about trauma and pleasure for people of colour in Britain.

Emma Wolf-Haugh | Libidinous Memorial Flag

4th May, 7pm BST | Art/ Work Association

On Tuesday 4th of May at 7pm, we were thrilled to have artist Emma Wolf-Haugh host a session for us in collaboration with Art/ Work Association. Emma shared their WIP video work Libidinous Memorial Flag and discussed their recent research into public spaces of non-reproductive sexual pleasure. This session was organised by curator and A/WA member Daniel Bermingham, as part of a Liquid collaboration.

Emma has generously allowed us to share Libidinous Memorial Flag as a permanent fixture on our website.

Libidinous Memorial Flag is based on a zine of the same name, which you can download here.

Art/ Work Association is a peer forum for artists and creative workers that generates an ongoing programme of workshops, skills training and critical feedback sessions, conceived as a platform for artist-led learning.⁠⁠

Supported and hosted by Auto Italia, the forum is free to join and open to practitioners within five years of graduation from higher education. Members gain support through self-organised learning, critical dialogue and access to a proactive network of artists in London. ⁠⁠

⁠If you would like to join A/WA as a member or find out more, please get in touch by emailing

Decolonise Our Genitals | Episode 1: Britain’s New Great Low

26th March 2021, 11am EST / 4pm GMT

Due to absolutely no public demand, Roisin and Daniel have finally been given a radio show. Decolonise Our Genitals is a trashy bi-monthly chat show about desire, British men and cultural imperialism in sex, presented by Montez Press and Liquid.

Our first episode is an attempt to introduce the core ideas of the series, reflect on a new low for Britain, and talk absolute filth. We also rate British men 1-10, from Nigel Farage to Phil Lynott.

In future episodes, we will be joined by guests digging deeper into what decolonial practices might look like in sex and relationships. We are delighted that our first guest will be MacKenzie Wark, who’ll be joining us for our May show. 

This episode’s track is ‘Violet Gibson’ by Lisa O’Neill.

Liquid explores expressions of intimacy in the private and public realms, in our digital and offline lives.