[lbo-talk] Atlas Shurgged: the movie

dperrin at comcast.net dperrin at comcast.net
Sun Apr 10 16:12:20 PDT 2011


"....I know she's a hack writer with delusions of grandeur, but I do thank her for that. There's very little literature in which a female character gets to desire, explore, and enjoy sex...other than Lawrence. I'm trying to think who writes about female sexuality in a half-way good way....hmmmmm....Donne, Chaucer, Collette.... "

Believe it or not, but Charles Bukowski has written some interesting passages about female sexuality. Sometimes he exalts and celebrates it; other times he dismisses and shits on it. Depends on the woman and relationship in question. Bukowski's takes on male sexuality are usually dark and somewhat negative, including himself.


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