The new eroticism: theories, vogues and canons.
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Sex customs -- United States.
United States -- Social life and customs -- 1960-
xii, 238 p. 22 cm.
Introduction, by P. Nobile.--The self and the other: Narcissus, by N. O. Brown.--Sexuality into eros, by H. Marcuse.--Revolution is Puritan, by E. J. Hobsbawm.--Everyman as pervert, by E. Becker.--Sexual perversion, by T. Nagel.--Voyeurism in New York, by D. Kalins.--The new homosexuality, by T. Burke.--Naked therapy, by P. Bindrim.--Body painting: the youngest profession, by J. Mancini.--Night words: human privacy and high pornography, by G. Steiner.--Dirty books can stay, by K. Tynan.--How to make the world safe for pornography, by P. Michaelson.--Inside Screw, by P. Nobile.--The sex sell, by J. Bugler.--Paydirt: notes on the sex explosion, by R. Craft.--Staged sexuality, by R. Wetzsteon.--Sex rock symbolism, by C. Hodenfield.--Pop sex, by C. Karpel.--The desexualized society, by C. Winick.--Was it good for you, too? By D. Greenburg.--Liberating woman's orgasm, by S. Lydon.--The traditional O, by L. Farber.--Sex: instinct or appetite? By D. Wright.
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