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A culture podcast in Danish from Vores Tid & LOUD

I ’Sexhundredetallet’ undersøger den unge journalist Louise Lindblad, hvordan hendes generations forhold til sex, seksualitet og skam er blevet formet til, hvad det er i dag. Sammen med kulturhistoriker Mette Byriel-Thygesen tager hun på opdagelse i nutidens seksuelle fænomener og vender bladene i seksualitetens kulturhistorie. Produceret af Vores Tid for Radio Loud.

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