Don’t Know What We Think Anymore

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“Thanks to the sexual revolution, current confusions are manifold. In a society that forms sexual liaisons with scarcely a thought, a passing suggestive remark can result in a lawsuit; the use of explicit sexual language is de rigeur in literary circles, but medical journals fear to print the word ‘prostitute’ and use the delicate euphemism ‘sex worker’ instead” (Theodore Dalrymple, Our Culture, What’s Left of It, p. 238).

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