The late 1970s and early 1980s was the historical peak of interest in the cervical cap in the United States.
Tag: female sexuality
Donna Drucker Purdue University in northern Indiana, like most American colleges and universities, experienced dramatic social and cultural changes in the 1960s and 1970s. The Dean of Women’s Office—which oversaw the affairs of female students until it merged with the Dean of Men’s Office to form the Dean of Students […]
The monk could no longer be considered a virgin, since he has been ‘polluted…through masturbation’.
The metaphor of rape has framed understandings of the U.S. military’s occupation of Okinawa.
Scandal erupted in a Philadelphia marketplace one Saturday morning in August 1839.
‘Virginity is often lost and chastity outraged without any commerce with another’.
Interview by David Minto A sweeping account of sexuality and socialism in twentieth century Britain, Stephen Brooke’s Sexual Politics has the feel of a traditional political history even as it foregrounds a subject still too often ignored in the analysis of political modernity. Demonstrating how leftist organizing shaped national battles over abortion, […]