In the 1970s sex was what mattered most to feminists. Gerhard asks why issues of sex and female pleasure came to matter so much to these "second-wave feminists." She shows how the radical ideas put forward by this generation of American women was a response to attempts to define and contain female sexuality going back to the beginning of the century.
|Hardcover Book, 192 pages||English|
|Columbia University Press (Mar. 22nd, 2001)||Unknown|
|9780231112048||6.21 x 9.29 x 0.74 inches|