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By Amanda H. Who would not buy a book about girls in search of hot sex? Illustrated with colorful evidence about the American girls who decided to "do it," girls who found sex too exciting not to pursue in the decades before the s counterculture, Bad Girls does not disappoint. As Amanda Littauer writes in this lively, well-researched book, the "victory girls," "B-girls," lesbians, and ordinary teenagers of the s and s set the stage for the sexual revolution.

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- Document - Bad Girls: Young Women, Sex and Rebellion before the Sixties

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. In this innovative and revealing study of midcentury American sex and culture, Amanda Littauer traces the origins of the "sexual revolution" of the s. She argues that sexual liberation was much more than a reaction to s repression because it largely involved the mainstreaming of a counterculture already on the rise among girls and young women decades earlier. From World War II—era "victory girls" to teen lesbians in the s and s, these nonconforming women and girls navigated and resisted intense social and interpersonal pressures to fit existing mores, using the upheavals of the era to pursue new sexual freedoms.

Most young women unhappy, stressed about their sex lives: Study

Half of young Australian women experience sexually-related personal distress, with one in five women having at least one female sexual dysfunction FSD , new research by Monash University shows. A study conducted by the Women's Health Research Program at Monash University has reported, for the first time, an overall picture of the sexual wellbeing of Australian women between the ages of 18 and The findings have been published today Monday 24 February in the international journal, Fertility and Sterility.
She was also the recipient of the Jackie Kirk Fellowship. Sex education in Canadian schools continues to be highly politicized and young people are paying the price. In many Canadian classrooms, factors like inadequate teacher training and discomfort impact what topics are addressed or avoided. Unfortunately, these circumstances mean that youth may not get the information they need to engage in healthy, positive sexual relationships. Meanwhile, sexual health resources flourish online.