Feminism and Human Sexuality: Part II

Posted: March 13, 2009
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william_e_may.jpgI will examine and criticize the position of Lisa Sowle Cahill, a married woman and mother who is professor of moral theology at Boston College and highly regarded by her peers, on the issue of human sexuality by focusing on her views regarding the significance of “single sexual acts,” contraception, and in vitro fertilization.