Hannah Witton has revealed the cover for her book Doing It, and announced a three-city tour.
The sex-positivity vlogger revealed the cover for the upcoming book in an announcement video on her YouTube channel.
Inspired by Hannah’s personal experiences, Doing it is a personal health book that aims to educate teenagers on a series of intimacy-related topics ranging from family relationships to virginity and consent.
The accompanying tour, Doing It Live with Hannah Witton, will present these same adult themes live on stage, and will consist of shows in London, Birmingham, and Manchester from 11-13 April. The book itself will be released on 6 April.
The newly-revealed cover of Doing it is designed by Anna Morrison, who was also responsible for the covers of Caroline Smaile’s Drowning of Arthur Braxton and Stephanie Danler’s Sweet Bitter. It features a predominantly pink and blue colour scheme, which Hannah approves of, stating in her video that she believes it “stands out so much”.
Hannah points out how the rectangular black element behind the “Lets Talk About Sex” portion of the cover represents a censor bar over her mouth which, in conjunction with the neon title, alludes to the taboo themes inside the book.
Get yourselves a #DoingItBook bag for all your condoms, tampons & toothbrushes…😉
(for those who already tried, the email is working now!) pic.twitter.com/RBf3wIVRwd
— Hannah Witton (@hannahwitton) February 3, 2017
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