Examines the nature and extent of female sexual slavery, exploring the psychological foundations of male dominance and surveys the by-products of a patriarchal society--pimps, procurers, rapists, enforced marriages, and polygamous arrangements.
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The author of the acclaimed biography Susan B. Anthony, KATHLEEN BARRY teaches in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Pennsylvania State University.Review:
"A powerful work filled with disbelief, outrage, and documentation...sexual bondage shackles women as much today as it has for centures." --Los Angeles Times "Exposes the dark side of sexuality and dares to ask the crucial question, 'why do men do these things to women?'...the issues it raises deserve nationwide attention." --Susan Brownmiller "Kathy Barry has written a courageous, crusading book that should be read everywhere, from the local District Attorney's office to the United Nations." --Gloria Steinem "This powerful and compassionate book should be read by anyone concerned with social values, with sexuality, with psychology -- female and male." --Adrienne Rich
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Descripción Prentice Hall, 1979. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0133143023