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EVERY BODY by Julia Rothman and Shaina Feinberg

Opportunity Background:

A PSA styled video shared on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube highlighting different stories and experiences with body shaming, people getting candid about their bodies, about sex and everything else from first times, dating, and hookup horror stories.

 

Record a video of yourself answering 3–5 of the questions below. Then, upload the video to Dropbox here and and notify kimberly.sheu@hbgusa.com with the information you would like shared in the credits. Upon receipt of the clips, our team at Voracious will edit and curate one or more short shareable videos with all contributors.

 

On the week of January 4th, the first video will be shared on Voracious and Little, Brown social media accounts with credits. Individuals are encouraged to share the campaign video on their platforms with the hashtag #everybodyforeverybody. Videos will be rolled out throught the month of January.

 

The campaign will be accompanied by a sweepstakes encouraging Voracious and Little, Brown followers to share their own experiences with the topics discussed in the book for a chance to win a signed copy.

 

Deadline to share your video is Monday, January 4, 2021

 

List of Questions:

What’s one way I celebrate my body every day?

 

How old were you when you first had sex?

 

How old were you when you first talked about sex?

 

How did you learn about sex?

 

When did you learn about masturbation?

 

Are you comfortable with your body the way it is now? Why?

 

Describe your first-time having sex in 3 words.

 

Describe what you think your first-time having sex will be like.

 

Have you ever been fetishized? How & when?

 

How do you deal with mental health struggles?

 

What are 3 things you would recommend someone do when they are horny and lonely?

 

What is the scariest thing you’ve experimented with?

 

Describe your most memorable one-night stand.

 

What’s something that makes me feel worse about my body?

 

What does self-love mean to you?