The politics of lust

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Prometheus Books, Mar 11, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 335 pages
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An attorney, erotic arts activist, and sexual theorist argues that the American culture's much-touted sexual hedonism is in fact mere bravado. Ince shows that though 30 years have elapsed since the "sexual revolution," negative attitudes are still prevalent toward nudity, masturbation, homosexuality, and many other sexual subjects.

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User Review  - James - Goodreads

The myth is that Western culture and media are oversexed, but Ince convincingly argues here that, despite appearances, a deep fear of sexuality, which he terms erotophobia, pervades society. I agree ... Read full review

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User Review  - Elfdart - Goodreads

i found this book to be very educational. usually we don't tend to note our reactions to situations or ideas unless we are paying attention to it, and i have never really looked at the erotiphobia in ... Read full review

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Introduction
7
Solitary FigLeafing
17
Social FigLeafing
27
Copyright

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