The philosophies of sex and love in this anthology do, indeed, feel ‘new’. […] In summary, this is an excellent collection of essays for anyone interested in the philosophy of sex and love and/or feminism and gender issues more broadly. […] In addition, the bringing together of such a range of authors should be commended. Not only are 75% of the authors women, they also come from a range of countries (including Canada, America, Australia, Turkey and Sweden). Further, they represent a variety of academic backgrounds, including social work and psychology, as well as philosophy, and there is a good mix of early career researchers and those more established. Given the scope of the questions raised in the philosophy of sex and love, and the importance of them, it is wonderful to have such a variety of voices speaking about it in one place.