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Yet in her 1987 book, , Dworkin argued that penetration itself is a form of "occupation" and "violation of female boundaries," however enthusiastically enjoyed by "the occupied person." She wrote that "intercourse remains a means or the means of physiologically making a woman inferior" and is "the pure, sterile, formal expression of men's contempt for women." "All sex is rape" is fairly accurate shorthand for these ravings.
While allowing that intercourse could survive under gender equality, Dworkin was skeptical ("intercourse itself may be immune to reform").
Writing about Andrea Dworkin, the radical feminist author and activist who died on April 9, is no easy task.
Decorum requires accentuating the positive when speaking of the recently deceased; here, there is little positive to accentuate, except for a badly misused talent and a badly misdirected passion.
In the 1976 book , she proclaimed, in language too blunt to be reproduced here, that the feminist transformation of sexuality requires male impotency—though how she would achieve this goal remains unclear.
Her biggest "contribution" to the women's movement was to redirect a lot of its energy into a futile, divisive crusade against pornography.While Dworkin spoke passionately on behalf of women who are battered and raped, her advocacy was undercut by her bizarre claims—for instance, that the high rate of Caesarean sections in the United States is driven by the sexual sadism of doctors.