The Shere Hite Reader: New and Selected Writings on Sex, Globalization, and Private Life
Seven Stories Press, 2006 - Всего страниц: 559
The Shere Hite Reader presents wide-ranging analysis on the individual and society from a renowned thinker on psychosexual development. The book includes new science in addition to previously published material, reflecting Hite's three decades of work probing the roots of human identity through questionnaires and theory.
For the first time Hite formalizes her thinking on male adolescence, that boys feel tortured by the new social role they are forced to assume at puberty requiring a show of superiority toward females. In new detail Hite advances her understanding that sex is political, linking the expectation on women to achieve orgasm through coitus with broader patterns of oppression. Hite discusses new research on female adolescence, challenging the "virgin" hymen concept, and documenting that sexual awakening often precedes puberty. Hite also argues that pornography misrepresents male sexuality (not to mention female sexuality), depicting it as singular and silly instead of "full of intriguing, nuanced behavior involving the entire body, not just the penis."
The authoritative collection of her work, The Shere Hite Reader challenges the reader to a new way of seeing.
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A NEW SEXUAL CULTURE
FEMALE SEXUALITY DEFINED BY WOMEN 1976
Orgasm From Clitoral Stimulation by Hand
The Pleasures of Intercourse
Women Rebel against the Sexual Revolution
The Right Not to Have Sex
Do Men Need Intercourse?
Men and Love
Democratizing the Family
ICONS OF THE HEART
LESBIANISM HOMOSEXUALITY AND GAY RIGHTS TO
SEX HUMAN RIGHTS AND GLOBALIZATION 19962005
LANDSCAPES OF THE MIND
Observations on The Hite Reports Wardell Pomeroy
Toward a New Theory of Female Sexuality
Requiem for the GSpot Hello to the CSpot
MALE SEXUALITY AND LOVE DESCRIBED BY MEN 1981
WOMENS VIEW OF LOVE 1987
Reappraising the Sexual Revolution
Have Faced to Produce This Work
Methodological Observations on The Hite Report Trilogy
Additional Scholarly Papers
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