Andrea Dworkin | Interview by Andrea Dworkin with Gail Dines and Rhea Becker

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SOURCE: "A Conversation With Andrea Dworkin," in Sojourner, Vol. 15, No. 10, June, 1990, pp. 17, 19-20.

In the following interview, Dworkin comments on pornography and contemporary feminist protest.

[Gail Dines:] Why did you have to go to England to get Letters from a War Zone published originally?

[Andrea Dworkin:] I can give you the reasons I know. In the United States the pornographers and the publishers see themselves as having identical interests—legal, social, and economic interests. In the United Kingdom that is not the case. Pornographers are still regarded as pimps and sleazeballs even though the consumers are your regular males, normal citizens. Publishers still see their responsibility as being to publish writers, and it has been in that kind of a social environment that I get published. People will say, "Whether we agree with you or not, you are a...

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