Sex Is Not a Natural Act and Other Essays

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Paper presented at the American Psychological Association, Boston, August 1990.

Chapter 11: "Deconstructing pre-feminist sexuality research." Paper presented at the American Psychological Association, Boston, August 1990.

Chapter 12: "Feminist revolution and sexuality." Paper presented at New Directions in Sexology conference, Stockholm, August 1990. Portions also presented as the plenary address to the World Congress of Sexology, Amsterdam, 1991, and published in Willeke Bezemer, Peggy Cohen-Kettenis, Koos Slob, and Nel van Son-Schoones, eds., Sex Matters, Excerpta Medica International Congress Series ( Amsterdam: Elsevier Science B.V., 1992), 3- 8. Reprinted by permission.

Chapter 13: "Feminisms and pornographies." Paper presented at New School for Social Research, New York, 1986.

Chapter 14: "Some harms to women of restrictions on sexually related expression." Paper presented at National Coalition Against Censorship conference, New York, May 1993. In press, New York Law Review Journal, 1994.


Part 4. Phallocentrism Redux

Chapter 15: "Sexism in sex therapy: Whose idea is 'sensate focus'?" Paper presented at the Society for Scientific Study of Sex, New York, 1981.

Chapter 16: "In pursuit of the perfect penis: The medicalization of male sexuality," American Behavioral Scientist 29 ( 1986): 579-599.

Chapter 17: "The medicalization of impotence: Normalizing phallocentrism," Gender and Society 8 ( 1994): 363-377. Copyright © 1994 Sociologists for Women in Society. Reprinted by permission of Sage Publications, Inc.

Chapter 18: "Might premature ejaculation be organic?" Journal of Sex Education and Therapy 20 ( 1994): 7-8.


Part 5. Conclusion: The Politics of Sexology

Chapter 19: "Three crises facing sexology." Presidential address given to the International Academy of Sex Research, Pacific Grove, Calif., July 1993. Published in Archives of Sexual Behavior 23 ( 1994): 1-14.

Chapter 20: "New perspectives in sexology: From rigor (mortis) to richness." Plenary address given to the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Minneapolis, 1990. Published in Journal of Sex Research 28 ( 1991): 593- 602.

Chapter 21: "Women's sexuality: Not a matter of health," in Alice Dan, ed., Reframing Women's Health: New paradigms for multidisciplinary research and practice (Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage, 1994), 151-162.

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