Quotation by Andrea Dworkin

Women are an enslaved population—the crop we harvest is children, the fields we work are houses. Women are forced into committing sexual acts with men that violate integrity because the universal religion—contempt for women—has as its first commandment that women exist purely as sexual fodder for men.
Andrea Dworkin (b. 1946), U.S. feminist, critic. Speech, 1977, University of Massachusetts. "Pornography: The New Terrorism," published in Letters From a War-Zone (1988).

This was Dworkin's first public speech exclusively on the subject of pornography.
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