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R J Stoller
A woman who poses for soft-core pornography reports that she has never felt she belonged to her body, that she is and wants only to be an erotic product manufactured by a team of specialists for the use of a viewing audience of males, that since age 5 she has been a nude dancer, and that she has no other material existence except in this form. She is, then, a fetish. Her success illustrates the hypothesis that erotic daydreams in pronography represent fantasies of revenge in which the consumer imagines he is degrading--dehumanizing--women...
August 1979: Archives of General Psychiatry
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