After all, why should we have access to the characters’ sex lives? Raven Leilani, author of Luster, says “I try to portray it in the way that moves me when I see it, when it is awkward and silly, which it often is. To depict it that way is to make it tender; what it looks like when two bodies, especially two bodies that are very different, get to know each other. … For me that is the most enjoyable kind of sex to watch and to read.” – The Guardian (UK)

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