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oursin

That's depressing, because it's so retrograde from the mother of all marriage manuals, Marie Stopes's Married Love (1918), which was all about women's desire being central, and the dreadfulness of assumptions that they should always be sexually available to their husbands whether they felt like it or not. And urging men to be a) more restrained about frequency b) more attentive to their wives' needs when marital sex did take place.

Because of the language she used, and okay, the v heteronormative/maternalistic framework of her writings, the absolute centrality of feminism in Stopes's work has often been overlooked. Though one could also argue that she was touchingly optimistic about the male capacity to change; one could also argue that the authors of work cited are deeply pessimistic about men, and in a sense depicting them in far more hostile terms.

RJ Mical

I dunno. I can't get too twisted up about twisty's blog entries. She wrote "...no woman ... has ever actually enjoyed [giving a blowjob]." This is simply a bullshit claim, and a prime example of the lowest form of sexism. This is outrageous. By asserting this truth over all women, she proves, at least to me, that her opinions are highly suspect.

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