People love “Ask: Building Consent Culture” from Thorntree Press:

“As our lives are shattered by internet companies using our forced consent for profit and revenge porn reaching epidemic levels, this book is required reading for survival. We need this book now more than ever. It should be foundational for every company, included in every diversity training, and read by parents who want their kids to grow up in a better world.” – Violet Blue, author of Smart Girl’s Guide to Privacy & Advisor at Without My Consent

“This collection of writing is a peek into the future of consent culture. As society’s relationship to sex lurches between fear and liberation, there is a lot of confusion and conflict. This book puts together a selection of clear voices and asks the kind of intelligent, compassionate questions that will shape our path forward.” – Polly “Superstar” Whittaker, author of Polly: Sex Culture Revolutionary, founder of Kinky Salon and Mission Control

“There are certain conversations that deepen how you think; positively impact how you act; expand your view and understanding of the world, and forever alter how you approach it. This book is full of them. Make room for it – then spread the word.” – Alix Fox, journalist, sex educator & ambassador for Brook sexual wellbeing charity

“Even when an author might be questionable–which, aren’t we all in some way or another?–the questions each address and raise are important and compelling. This book is necessary.” – Stoya, cofounder of TRENCHCOATx

“Ms. Kitty Stryker is a true force of nature. Smart, sassy, saucy, sexy, and to-the-bone honest, hers is a voice that needs to be heard. And she has excellent shoes.” – David Henry Sterry, bestselling author of Chicken

“Consent, as a remedy to rape culture, is on every social justice warrior’s lips. And it should be. Because it matters. Consent in everything, from sex to law to work, empowers people to make choices free of coercion, to ask for what they want, and to say no to what they don’t…

…This book is badly needed.” -Ani, Story Of A

“Ask is the beginning. A spark to start hopefully a wildfire of rebuilding a nation that is so full of turmoil and broken culture that it is hard to know where to begin. We’re excited to see what happens next, both from these authors and from others…

…we hope that the questions left unanswered by this book will act as a implied call to action for people to come forward with proposals and ideas.

Ask is, unfortunately, incomplete.  But perhaps that is the point, for the reader to be uncomfortable with the vacuum and be compelled to fill it.” -Jordyn of and Fox of, XCBDSM

“Covering the idea of consent everywhere from in the bedroom to out in the community and places in between, Ms. Stryker’s book is a striking anthology of consent and how it should ideally function throughout today’s society.” –Livvy Libertine