Justine, Philosophy in the Bedroom, and Other Writings - Book 3, Philosophy in the Bedroom : Chapter 3, Dialogue 4 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Philosophy in the Bedroom : Chapter 3, Dialogue 4 Summary

Here the younger woman expresses her situation clearly. She cries out rightly that the others are misusing her lack of experience against her. At the same time, she has given herself over to this enough to be enjoying herself. She is having a fair amount of fun being included by these elders. In truth, the extent of pleasure to which they have suddenly introduced her is very intense, making it quite hard to dislike. In that respect, readers who have seen the movie Rocky Horror Picture Show will find that Eugenie has transformed to some degree into the condition that the lead female character Janet was rapidly led to by introduction of sexual pleasure into her life. The good news is that sexual activity is designed and intended to be an...

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