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Egalitarian Relationships in "Radical Heterosexuality"

Summary: In her essay "Radical Heterosexulaity," Naomi Wolf explains how romantic couples should strive for egalitarian relationships, meaning that the man and the woman have equal status in the marriage.
In this article the author Naomi Wolf does a great job in explaining radical sexuality. Also known as egalitarian relationships. In marital relationships, the meaning is typically that husband and wife have equal status in the marriage. That is sometimes defined as having equal power. She talks about there being some conditions to abide by. For example, it requires that women should be able to support themselves without the help of any man. Also the man must yield the automatic benefits presented by gender. Women give up gender benefits as well as the men. "By day they fight gender injustice; by night they sleep with men" (Wolf p. 155), she questions weather feminists who are in a heterosexual relationship are contradicting themselves, because feminist are known to fight sexism, yet they are sleeping with the opposite sex. Wolf mentions that men who are loved by feminists...

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