Shere Hite (born November 2, 1942) is an American-born German sex educator and feminist. Her sexological work has focused primarily on female sexuality.
Shere Hite (born November 2, 1942) is an American-born German sex educator and feminist. Hite builds upon biological studies of sex by Masters and Johnson and by Alfred Kinsey. She also references theoretical, political and psychological works associated with the feminist movement of the 1970s, such as Anne Koedt's The Myth of the Vaginal Orgasm. She renounced her United States citizenship in 1995 to become German.
SHERE HITE, one of the great feminists and cultural anthropologists of our time, is internationally recognized for her work on psychosexual behavior and gender relations. The Hite Report on Male Sexuality. Hite has lectured at universities around the world including the Sorbonne, Harvard, Columbia, Cambridge, Oxford, the London School of Economics, and others. Hite also writes regularly for international newspapers and journals.
After "The Hite Report on Female Sexuality", Shere Hite aims at understanding what is behind male sexuality and tries to keep pushing the same theory: intercourse is not the right and only way to define "sex". Comparing with the female report, one cannot avoid noticing that the first work went to greater lengths to categorize sexual behaviors themselves, and one gets the impression that the thesis being pushed is something that arises naturally.
- Relationships with women. - Intercourse and the definition of sex. - - Other forms of male sexuality. - Men's view of women and sex. - - Rape, paying women for sex, and pornography. - Sex and love between men. - - The sexuality of older men. - - Thirty men speak about their lives.
PDF This updated version of the Hite Report on Female Sexuality . Female Sexuality Updated. London: Hamlyn, 2000.
Female Sexuality Updated.
The Hite Report, first published in 1976, was a sexual revolution in six hundred pages. The Hite Report, first published in 1976, was a sexual revolution in six hundred pages. To answer sensitive questions dealing with the most intimate details of women's sexuality, Hite's innovation was simple: she asked women, a lot of them, everything-and published the results.
In 1987 Hite published an update of her first study, The Hite Report on Women and Love: A Cultural Revolution in Progress, the content again culled from questionnaires. The Hite Report on Male Sexuality (1981) recounted the results of about 7,200 questionnaires completed by men. In 1987 Hite published an update of her first study, The Hite Report on Women and Love: A Cultural Revolution in Progress, the content again culled from questionnaires.
After all, Freud only interviewed three Viennese women
That's not all that I am about, you know," she says. The Hite Report: A Nationwide Study of Female Sexuality catapulted the then unknown graduate student to instant fame when it was published in 1976. After all, Freud only interviewed three Viennese women. She went on to write The Hite Report on Men and Male Sexuality (1981) and her most radical work, Women and Love: A Cultural Revolution in Progress (1987). The attacks continued and became more vehement. Hite endured death threats in the post and by phone.
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