Offers a selection of papers in contemporary philosophy of sex,
written during the 1960s through the 1990s. Part I deals with
fundamental questions of the nature and value of human sexuality,
including procreation, sex and love, sex as a language, "plain sex,"
and sexual perversion. Part II concerns particular issues in sexual
morality, with papers on homosexuality, prostitution, sexual
harassment, and rape. Specific topics include feminist opposition to
prostitution, the case for gay marriage, a philosophical analysis of
statutory rape, and depersonalized sex and moral perfection.
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