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By Diane L. Wolf

Fieldwork poses specific dilemmas and contradictions for feminists as a result of the energy family members inherent within the technique of amassing facts and implicit within the means of illustration. even though such a lot feminist students are dedicated to looking moral how you can study ladies and gender, those dilemmas are specially acute in fieldwork, the place study frequently involves operating with those people who are in much less privileged positions than the researcher. regardless of makes an attempt through feminist students to behavior extra interactive and egalitarian learn, they've got not often been capable of disrupt the hierarchies of strength. This e-book deals an interdisciplinary exploration of the types of dilemmas feminist researchers have faced within the box, either within the usa and in 3rd global international locations. via experientially dependent writings, the authors get to the bottom of the contradictions stemming from their a number of positions as "insiders," "outsiders," or either, and from makes an attempt to equalize the learn dating and, sometimes, to ameliorate the location of these studied. The introductory essay contains an in depth evaluate of the literature.

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97 According to Deutsch, the young girl’s body propelled her into a period of latency from which she emerged as a mature, vaginal, heterosexual woman with her sexual desire and her need to mother successfully merged. ”98 Women’s journey to mature heterosexuality, the joining of reproduction and orgasm in the vagina, was not easy, nor did it come without help from a man. , their ability to sexualize their vagina—required the penis. The penis and the first experience of vaginal penetration brought women out of latency.

Rendered passive and latent, women depended on loving husbands to educate them to the world of sexual pleasure. Thus, the narrative of romantic heterosexuality operated to both enhance and circumscribe women’s sexual status. Although Van Der Velde’s ideal marriage upheld male authority, fears of an uncontainable female sexuality hovered in the margins of his text. The line tethering new women to men—their sexual dependency—often felt too fragile, particularly when set against the range of independent public roles women assumed in the 1920s.

Throughout his manual, he struggled to erase the view of women as sexually voracious. ”58 Van Der Velde resolved his fears by repeatedly emphasizing women’s sexual dependency on men. He explained that the newly married woman was “as a rule, more or less completely ‘cold’ or indifferent” to sexual intercourse. 59 But, with practice and loving attention, inexperienced wives could be made into fully sexual partners. Van Der Velde explained: Only gradually does she develop erotic maturity and experience, and when she does reach her zenith, the comparatively slight provocation which will cause ejaculation in the husband after some days of abstinence, may well be insufficient for her.

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