By Charla Muller, Betsy Thorpe
In a candid and lightly funny memoir, the writer describes how, after years of an exceptional marriage and young children, she launched into a plan to reconnect along with her husband and to revive intimacy to their courting via embarking on a plan of scheduled intercourse.
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G a g n o n a n d Simon provide an interactionist framework within which the subject m a y be seen as active in her or his socialization: in the construction of the sexual self. Finally, and p e r h a p s most importantly, this perspective avoids the difficulties posed by the heritage of F r e u d i a n phallocentricity. It has b e e n argued that 'the fact is that the male sex is not only considered relatively superior t o the female, but it is t a k e n as the universal h u m a n n o r m ' (Simmel, q u o t e d in Klein, 1946: 82).
Expression of some primordial drive' (Simon and G a g n o n , 1969: 736). It is not until the onset of puberty in our society that these socio-sexual scripts are learnt, for it is not until then that the subject comes to be defined as a potential sexual actor and to accept herself or himself as such. A n emphasis on continuity with childhood is, from this perspective, misleading. Obviously sexual learning does not h a p p e n all at once with no reference to previous experience, but the aspect of pre-adolescent development that has greatest relevance for sexuality is the learning of gender roles.
T h e r e is, however, considerable continuity in the t h e m e s I have pursued during these two periods of writing, which reflect longstanding concerns within feminism. I h o p e to d e m o n s t r a t e in bringing this work t o g e t h e r that recent explorations into heterosexuality would not have b e e n possible without t h e foundations laid in the early years of second wave feminism. Notes 1 For example, in the early 1990s Gayle Rubin recalled a discussion on the internet in which 'Foucault was credited as the originator of "social construction" theory' so that the key roles of earlier theorists and researchers were 'completely erased' (Rubin and Butler, 1994: 82).
365 Nights: A Memoir of Intimacy by Charla Muller, Betsy Thorpe