Quotation by Susan Griffin

For above all, pornography is ritual. It is an enacted drama that is laden with meaning, which imparts a vision of the world. The altar for the ritual is a woman's body. And the ritual which is carried out on this altar is the desecration of flesh. Here, what is sacred within the body is degraded.
Susan Griffin, U.S. feminist. "Sacred Images," Pornography and Silence: Culture's Revolt Against Nature, HarperCollins (1981).
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