Sexual Correctness: The Gender-Feminist Attack on Women

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McFarland, 1996 - Social Science - 190 pages
The issues of sexual correctness are examined in detail, showing how the changing ideology is destroying the principle of "a woman's body, a woman's right" and endangering women's right to choose. On each issue, this work presents alternatives, thus carrying forward the individualist traditions that have defined the feminist movement for many years.

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Sexual correctness, in McElroy's (A Woman's Right to Pornography, LJ 8/95) view, is "an all-embracing theory dictating how husbands should treat wives, what comments strangers on the street may make ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
1
Sexual Correctness
3
The New Mythology of Rape
21
Copyright

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Wendy McElroy is research fellow at The Independent Institute and a columnist for FOX News.com.

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