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Rašant iki paryčių mokyklinius rašinius 'rimtom' akademinėm temom, retkarčiais pasitaiko pralinksminanti citata. Ir galvoju visai į temą LT abortų ir laisvės rinktis temom:

"In Western culture, sex is taken all too seriously. A person is not considered immoral, is not sent to prison, and is not expelled from her or his family, for enjoying spicy cuisine. But an individual may go through all this and more for enjoying shoe leather. Ultimately, of what possible social significance is if a person likes to masturbate over a shoe? It may be even non-consensual, but since we do not ask permission of our shoes to wear them, it hardly seems necessary to obtain dispensation to come on them"

- Gayle S. Rubin, Thinking Sex: Notes for a Radical Theory of the Politics of Sexuality (1984)


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