for your note to FEMINIST.COM.
Unfortunately, I don't think
women have really had a sexual
revolution yet. If we had had
a sexual revolution--reproductive
freedom would be a given, people
wouldn't confuse sex with conception,
a Surgeon General wouldn't be
asked to step down for talking
about masturbation, and teenage
girls wouldn't be called "sluts"
while the teenage boys who victimized
them are called cool.
that--yes, I think women have
more sexual freedom today compared
to 30 years ago. However, because
women have had these few gains
it means that the Catholic Church
and the oppressive forces are
out to get them, so the potential
for these rights to be withered
away is great.
Sorry I couldn't give you a
a more definitive answer. Perhaps
you could look at the book of
Susie Bright or Betty Dodson.