Wednesday, 28 May 2014

THE HARRAD EXPERIMENT

Writer: Robert H. Rimmer
Τitle: The Harrad Experiment
Subtitle: A Novel
Second Printing
Place of Publication: Los Angeles, CA
Publisher: Sherbourne Press
Year of Publication: 1966
Format: 143x211mm
Pages: 256
Binding: Boards without dust jacket
Weight: 479gr.
Price: N/A
Entry No.: 2014014
Entry Date: 28th May 2014

Thursday, 22 May 2014

DEFENDING PORNOGRAPHY



ISBN-13: 978-0-349-10765-3
Writer: Nadine Strossen
Title: Defending Pornography
Subtitle: Free Speech, Sex,and the Fight for Women's Rights
Language: English
Place of Publication: London
Publisher: Abacus
Year of Publication: 1996
Format: 135x199mm (trimmed)
Pages: 320
Illustrations: 10 black and white pictures
Cover photo: Jo Dietz ffom an ad for 'Libido: The Journal of Sex and Sensibility'
Binding: paperback in duotone printed wrappers
Weight: 264gr.
Original Price: GBP 7.99
Entry Date: 2014013
Entry Date: 22nd May 2014

BOOK DESCRIPTION
Defending Pornography offers a unique perspective on the pro-censorship crusade waged in recent years by a highly influential alliance of the American feminist movement and leading conservatives.

As one of America's most visible and articulate advocates of both feminism and free speech, and president of the American Civil Liberties Union, Nadine Strossen eloquently argues that to view sexuality and sexually oriented expression as inherently dangerous does profound damage to human rights in general, and to woemn's rights in particular.

In Strossen's eyes, women do not have to choose between speech and equality, between dignity and sexuality, between safety and 'our freedoms to read, think, speak, sing, write, paint, dance, dream, photograph, film, and fantasize as we wish' - but as she makes devastatingly clear, censorship continues to be used as a tool to repress information vital to female equality, health and reproductive autonomy.

A revolution in sex is occurring and a new morality is emerging – a morality demanding freedom for the individual to satisfy his own needs, desires, and tastes as he sees fit, with a minmum of suppressive regulations and intolerant social rules. Thia is the concept put forward by the authors of the essays that make up this vital collection. They propose that the sexual revolution is basically a humanistic one, committed to the propositions that human happiness is the end of man, that sexual enjoyment is a significant part of human happiness, and that sex should be approached not with fear or guilt but with openness and receptiveness. The several authors are united by a common concern to evaluate human sexuality in the contemporary world and to provide direction for those who demand a new.

Monday, 12 May 2014

THE NEW SEXUAL REVOLUTION


ISBN-10: 0-87869-001-8
Editors: Lester A.Kirkendall and Robert N. Whitehurst
Title: The New Sexual Revolution
Preface: Paul Kurtz
Introduction: Robert N. Whitehurst
Language: English
Place of Publication: New York, N.Y.
Publisher: Donald W. Brown, Inc.
Year of Publication: 1971
Format: 135x204mm (trimmed)
Pages: xv+236
Binding: paperback in colour printed wrappers
Weight: 291gr.
Original Price: USD 2.45
Entry Date: 2014007
Entry Date: 12th May 2014

BOOK REVIEW
A revolution in sex is occurring and a new morality is emerging – a morality demanding freedom for the individual to satisfy his own needs, desires, and tastes as he sees fit, with a minmum of suppressive regulations and intolerant social rules. Thia is the concept put forward by the authors of the essays that make up this vital collection. They propose that the sexual revolution is basically a humanistic one, committed to the propositions that human happiness is the end of man, that sexual enjoyment is a significant part of human happiness, and that sex should be approached not with fear or guilt but with openness and receptiveness. The several authors are united by a common concern to evaluate human sexuality in the contemporary world and to provide direction for those who demand a new.

Sunday, 11 May 2014

SWINGING AND RELATED SUBJECTS: A BIBLIOGRAPHY, UPDATED 5/11/2014



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DRIGOTAS, S. & W. BARTA (2001). “The Cheating Heart: Scientific Explorations of Infidelity,” Current Directions in Psychological Science, 20(5), 177-180

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DUNCOMBE, Jean, Kaeren HARRISON, Graham ALLAN, and Dennis MARSDEN, editors (2004). The State of Affairs: Explorations in Infidelity and Commitment, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates

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