Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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Category Archives: The S Word

A World Without Sex: Politics without the Pussy-Grabbing

by D. M. Domosea

In this month’s column, we apply our thought experiment to the ever-contentious topic of politics and consider how women might participate in government in a society unburdened by sexual politics. Worldbuilding requires worlds, and aside from lawless dystopian societies, worlds require political machines to run them. Authors who wish to write matriarchal or egalitarian societies […]

A World Without Sex: An Introduction

by D. M. Domosea

I wrote a blog post on my site last January that discusses the use of prostitutes in speculative fiction. You can read that post if you’d like the details, but the gist is that—as writers—we seem to have difficulty imagining fictional worlds that are free of patriarchal foundations. Even when we believe we’ve written something […]