The Hite Report on Female Sexuality  

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"I'm not sure what the so-called sexual revolution proves. Some feminists claim it was a revolution by and for males. If you read "The Hite Report," you find that many of the battle-scarred female veterans of the sexual revolution feel they have been conned and used." --Donald Symons cited in "Men, Women and Sex: How It All Evolved" (1981)[1]

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The Hite Report on Female Sexuality (1976, 1981, republished in 2004) is a book by Shere Hite.

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