This is the third episode "Sexuality, violence, and aggression" in a four part series of lectures by Dr. Carl Faber entitled "Woman as slave." This episode is in two parts. Part one is Faber's lecture on sexuality, violence, and aggression, given in January 1977. Dr. Carl Faber, a heterosexual monogamist, lectures on how, with awareness, women may get sexually spaced out, allowing sex with no closeness some feel is "mature." They may be turned off completely and may become sexually involved with a person they trust: a woman. Faber goes on to suggest that when a woman gets in touch with how men have treated her, she experiences a violent murderous homicidal rage without end. In the end, she can learn physical self-protection and respect.
In part two Dr. Faber is interviewed by Helene Rosenbluth and Roy Tuckman, discussing the possibilities for a good male/female relationship; refining one's individuality and aloneness; dignity, truth, pride, and purity of experience as motivation and reward for the suffering and loneliness; the lack of awareness of sexist language in college; maturity. This part should follow lecture #3. The end introduces lecture #4, so the announcer should indicated when that lecture will be broadcast.
Produced by Roy Tuckman.
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