And The Flag Was Still There
By Lois Shawver
this groundbreaking book, psychologist Lois Shawver tells us that
the U.S. military should drop its ban on gays. The Canadians
relied on her testimony in 1992
when they decided to drop their ban,
and in this book, Shawver explains why the U.S. military should also lift its ban on gays.
Her explanation of why the ban should be lifted takes us
deep into the heart of human sexuality.
It talks about the way men and
women minimize and manage their sexual response
and also how they foster and encourage it, often without
realizing it. This important process is damaged, she
argues, in sexually toxic situations.
When she compares the U.S. culture with other cultures
and the current generation with generations past,
she finds the sexual culture in the present day U.S. military
to be particularly toxic for human sexuality.
The first chapter of And the Flag Was Still There,is available from this website. Just click on the appropriate line in the flag below. Although chapters are sometimes difficult to read online the easy writing of this book makes it more readable than most. You can find the book in most university libraries and in many bookstores. Instructions on how to order direct from the publisher are also contained in a link in the flag below. Online orders can be placed anytime, day or night.
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