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To illustrate man's experience of the "horror of feminine fertility", Beauvoir quotes the British Medical Journal of in which a member of the British Medical Association writes, "It is an indisputable fact that meat goes bad when touched by menstruating women. London: The Women's Press, Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
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Examining the work of Henry de MontherlantD. Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. In Greece, with exceptions like Sparta where there were no restraints on women's freedom, women were treated almost like slaves. Retrieved September 6,
Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription. Delete Cancel Save. New York: Routledge. Retrieved September 6, Beauvoir writes that "to ask two spouses bound by practical, social and moral ties to satisfy each other sexually for their whole lives is pure absurdity".