SchwartzReport: 4 Ways Religious Fundamentalists Attack Women on Sex

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Stephan A. Schwartz
Stephan A. Schwartz

I think religious fundamentalism ought to be considered a mental illness. Inevitably, and without exception across the globe, it always involves a deep sexual dysfunctionality and a compulsion to suppress and control women.

4 Ways Conservatives Are Fighting to Control Women’s Sex Lives

Republicans are fighting to keep women from accessing birth control.

Mainstream news outlets are still running editorials chastising women for having sex before marriage.

Abstinence-only education ties girls’ worth to their virginity.

Police departments and others in the criminal justice system blame victims of sexual assault for the violence committed against them.

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