Originally published: Barcelona : Tusquets Editores, 1989.
In Spain, the sexual adventures of Maria Luisa Ruiz-Poveda y Garcia de la Casa, affectionately known as Lulu. By profession a translator of Latin poetry, she has an inordinate appetite for kinky sex--whips, knives, twosomes, threesomes--and absolutely no fear of aids.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 93-94).
The Christian and pornography / D. James Kennedy -- The danger of pornography / Donald Wildmon -- Strategies of the child molester / Martin Mawyer -- How to protect your child from sexual abuse / Child Protection Program Foundation -- Healing from sexual abuse / Bill Anderson -- Overcoming the effects of pornography / Steve Gallagher -- What one citizen can do about pornography / Don Wildmon -- Enough is enough / Dee Jepson.
Lisa Palac charts her dizzying course from midwestern Catholic schoolgirl to anti-smut crusader to sex-positive feminist and cutting-edge pornographer. Along the way, she explores the liberating effects of pornography, the eroticism of religion, the unprecedented sexual honesty created by cyberspace and the persistent myths about masculinity and femininity. She asks the questions so many women - and men - have asked themselves, such as: Why do sexual desires and sexual politics rarely agree?
What makes danger so appealing? And is there too much sex in pop culture or just too much sexual hypocrisy?