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From Reproducers to ‘Flutters’ to ‘Sluts’: Tracing Attitudes to Women’s Pleasure in Australia, Lisa Featherstone , 2017 single work essay

'In our contemporary world, the idea that sex is pleasurable is rarely questioned: pleasure is a key way of understanding what sex is and what it means. Yet this was not always so. Historically, pleasure was not the only, or even the main, expectation from sex for women, and there were significant changes across the 20th century.' (Introduction)

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