At 08:39 PM 2/2/99 +0100, Magda Kaczmarek wrote:
>I've just finished reading a book "Sex in world's cultures" and one of the
>chapters really surprized me. Under the header "Repressive cultures" there
>was an Irish commune described, Inis Beag, [...]
Presumably if the authors were going to call some cultures "repressive",
they must have called others "enlightened". (In the same spirit of academic
objectivity, naturally...) So which cultures' sexual mores were presented
as admirable by contrast with Ireland's?