Women, Sex, and Pornography: A Controversial and Unique Study

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Macmillan, 1980 - Social Science - 239 pages
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A scientifically researched volume redefines pornography from a woman's perspective and explores sexual "turn-ons" and fantasies, the work done by Masters and Johnson, and other related topics to illuminate men's and women's sexual similarities and differ

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Beatrice Faust discusses the psychology of sexual differences and how they relate to differences in the sexual and erotic styles of men and women and the influence of culture. In a frank and polemical ... Read full review

Contents

Why Is There No Pornography for Women?
3
PornographyWhat Is
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CHAPTER THREE
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Copyright

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