Pornography: men possessing women

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Dutton, 1989 - Political Science - 300 pages
Dworkin presents a major classic of feminist thought, finally in print again, at a time when links between pornography and violence against women are once more being questioned.

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Andrea Dworkin shows us that pornography is at the heart of male supremacy. It defines women in terms of sexual colonisation. It says that women's bodies belong to men. Our repugnance for pornography ... Read full review


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Andrea Dworkin, internationally renowned as a radical feminist activist, is the author of many books, most recently the collection of essays "Life and Death" and the novel "Mercy".

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