Author: Andrea Dworkin
ISBN: 9781458723734
Size: 20.87 MB
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Intercourse is a book that moves through the sexed world of dominance and submission. It moves in descending circles, not in a straight line, and as in a vortex each spiral goes down deeper. Its formal model is Dante's Inferno; its lyrical debt is to Rimbaud; the equality it envisions is rooted in the dreams of women, silent generations, pioneer voices, lone rebels, and masses who agitated, demanded, cried out, broke laws, and even begged. The begging was a substitute for retaliatory violence: doing bodily harm back to those who use or injure you. I want women to be done with begging. The public censure of women as if we are rabid because we speak without apology about the world in which we live is a strategy of threat that usually works. Men often react to women's words - speaking and writing - as if they were acts of violence; sometimes men react to women's words with violence. So we lower our voices. Women whisper. Women apologize. Women shut up. Women trivialize what we know. Women shrink. Women pull back. Most women have experienced enough dominance from men - control, violence, insult, contempt - that no threat seems empty. Intercourse does not say, forgive me and love me. It does not say, I forgive you, I love you. For a woman writer to thrive (or, arguably, to survive) in these current hard times, forgiveness and love must be subtext. No. I say no. Intercourse is search and assertion, passion and fury; and its form - no less than its content - deserves critical scrutiny and respect.---- PREFACE

The Intercourse Of Troubled Thoughts

Author: Joseph Emeka Anumbor
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1452028052
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This book is a direct offspring of the schism in the Worldwide Anglican Communion concerning its traditional and future identity, which came apart in 2003 over the election of V. Gene Robinson, a practicing gay priest as the Bishop of New Hampshire, United States. When 62 out of 107 leaders of the Episcopal Church {US Anglicans} confirmed his ordination at its triennial conference later that year, the ice that held "God's frozen people" together for so long began to thaw. For the 38 provinces of World Anglicanism, it's been a sloppy and loud reversal of communion since its February 10-15, 1997 "Second Anglican Encounter in the South", at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The prophetic theme of that meeting; "The Place of Scripture in the Life and Mission of the Church in the 21st Century", has been challenged by theologically "enlightened" American, British and Canadian Councils. Revisionist ministers and methods then began to dictate the life and mission of these dioceses.

Sex Perfect

Author: David Delvin
Publisher: ER Books
ISBN: 9781898998761
Size: 18.94 MB
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Sexperfect celebrates the art of sex, giving advice that is simply too precious to ignore. All too oftn, we learn about sexual intercourse by trial and error; there's nobody to coach us the first time we make love. In SexPerfect's eight chapters of informed, yet unstuffy text, Delvin shows the limitless pleasure that simple sexual intercourse can bring. Lavishly illustrated with Lynn Paula Russell's beautiful drawings and, unlike most guides, with photos of couples having real sex, this guide will become the bible for all those who take their sex lives seriously.

The Intercourse Of Knowledge

Author: Athalya Brenner
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004101551
Size: 20.78 MB
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This groundbreaking book, which builds on the author's earlier work in "On Gendering Texts," studies how, by what means and to what extent human love, desire and sex, and possibly even 'sexuality', are gendered in the Hebrew Bible. Following a classification and gendering of the linguistic and semantic data, the investigation looks into the construction of male and female bodies in language and ideologies; the praxis and ideology of sex, procreation and contraception; deviation from socio-sexual boundaries (e.g. incest, rape, adultery, homosexuality, prostitution); eroticism and "pornoprophetics." Finally, the work discusses some of the wider sociological and theological implications of the findings.

Textual Intercourse

Author: Laura Saba
ISBN: 9781458779779
Size: 19.14 MB
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Forget instant messaging and e-mail - we are undergoing a text message revolution! Text messaging is the newest and preferred wave of communication for the younger demographic and the number one application of cell phones. The market is ripe for this relationship guide for texters! With this new trend come all kinds of questions and confusion concerning textual communication and protocol within relationships girls never would have imagined a generation ago. Tantalizing topics include: The dos and don'ts of texting your significant other; Interpreting exactly what his text messages mean; Finding the right balance between texting and in-person communication; The ins and outs of building textual confidence; The art of textual flirtation; And so much more! This revealing and useful book demonstrates exactly how those tiny text messages you send today can create big success for your love life tomorrow.

The Catholic Church On Marital Intercourse

Author: Robert Obach
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739130897
Size: 10.38 MB
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The Catholic Church on Marital Intercourse traces the development of the Church's theology of marital sexuality from New Testament times to the present day. The early ecclesial leaders promoted a theology of sexuality based on Stoicism's biological perception that sexual activity was solely for the purpose of reproduction. Only in the early twentieth century did a few theologians begin to move beyond discussing 'the purposes of marital intercourse' to discussing the meaning that the marital act might have for the spouses themselves. With the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965), a new and positive view of marital sexuality emerged recognizing the Pauline view that the couple's marital acts express their love for each other along the lines of Christ's love for his church (Ephesians 5). In sum, The Catholic Church on Marital Intercourse treats the way in which the Catholic Church has moved away from an attitude of conditional acceptance of marital intercourse on the basis of its utility to recognition that the dynamics of sexual union are both good and holy, not only because that is the way children are conceived, but also because the marital act enhances the love of husband and wife for each other.