The Blurred Lines of the Sexual Revolution

There’s been a transformation in how our culture talks about sex. Since the 1960s, under the banner of so-called “sexual liberation,” the dominant message in movies, television, politics, and even advertising was that sex needed to be set free from traditional and repressive rules. The symbols of this liberated sexuality were naked or nearly naked bodies—usually female ones…

SOURCE: The Blurred Lines of the Sexual Revolution


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