The Resource Sex, Family, and the Culture Wars
- Sex, Family, and the Culture Wars
- Extraordinary social and moral shifts have taken place in Western societies since the 1960s. Sex is no longer the exclusive province of husband and wife set within monogamous married family life. The world is awash in sex: advertising, books, magazines, movies, sex clubs, and internet pornography. This volume pursues a detailed study of how changes in social life dating from the sexual revolution in the 1960s have affected the American family
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