Last night we launched our first ever Grazia Salon at London's original Arabic den, Momo.
Bryony Gordon author of The Wrong Knickers, was joined by fellow writers Elizabeth Day, Alexandra Heminsley and Helen Walsh to from our Grazia Salon panel.
Whilst waiting for the lovely Grazia guests to arrive we kicked off the evening with delicious cocktails and networking (read gossiping) on the terrace.
Once the audience had settled into Momo’s atmospheric Arabic Den (along with their Grazia goody bags) the panel set to debating the topic of the evening which was ‘Are we as sexually liberated as we think we are?’
There were too many insightful (and at times hilarious) moments to cover them all so here are our best bits from our live twitter convo…
'Women's sexuality is still heavily policed and guarded' -Helen Walsh would you agree? #GraziaSalon— Grazia_Live (@Grazia_Live) June 25, 2014
"Female desire and sexuality is still being heavily policed." - Helen Wash #GraziaSalon— Emma gannon (@girllostincity) June 25, 2014
Can I just say how BRILLIANT the first #GraziaSalon was last night? Interesting & fun, & loved meeting lots of awesome women. More please!— Bryony Gordon (@bryony_gordon) June 26, 2014
Thanks to all who came along, joined in on Twitter and supported our #WhatImWorth Equal Pay petition. Look out for the next Grazia Salon coming soon!