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The Sexuality Papers: Male Sexuality and the Social Control of Women

Lal Coveney, Margaret Jackson, Sheila Jeffreys

Originally published in 1984. The history of sex in the last 100 years has usually been written as a story of progress from repression to sexual liberation.

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Publisher: Routledge
Publish Date: 07/24/2020
Pages: 108
ISBN-13: 9780367174736
ISBN-10: 0367174731
Language: English

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Originally published in 1984. The history of sex in the last 100 years has usually been written as a story of progress from repression to sexual liberation. This book argues that the reverse is true, demonstrating that the 'sexual revolution' came as a backlash to a women's movement which challenged men's sexual abuse and tried to reconstruct male sexuality in women's interest. At first it looks at those groups at the turn of the twentieth century who campaigned to challenge prevailing ideas about sexual behaviour. It moves on to review the work of the most influential sexologists Ellis, Kinsey, Masters and Johnson, and then presents a critical analysis of the sex magazine Forum.

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