Sue O’Sullivan

Sue O'Sullivan

Biography

Sue O’Sullivan was a member of the London Women’s Liberation Workshop, Spare Rib magazine collective, Feminist Review Collective, Red Rag and Sheba Feminist Press. She is an editor and an HIV/AIDS campaigner and educator.

Listen to Sue O’Sullivan discussing alternative erotica, sex education at home, separatism and having sons, and her mixed feelings about campaigns.

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