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eBook Kiss Daddy Goodnight: A Speak-Out on Incest epub
  • ISBN: 080153979X
  • Author: Louise Armstrong
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hawthorn Books, Inc.; First Edition edition (April 1, 1978)
  • Pages: 256 pages
  • ePUB size: 1191 kb
  • FB2 size 1230 kb
  • Formats mbr txt lrf mobi


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Kiss Daddy Goodnight: Ten Years Later: Kiss Daddy Goodnight: Ten Years Later. While it's true that many of the women I spoke to were angrier at their mothers than at their fathers, I feel that the very violence of our reactions against our mothers, our greater fury with them, shows not how much at fault they were, but rather how much MORE we needed from them, how much more we were conditioned to expect. Pg. 267-268) "It seems apparent, both its incidence and by the noticeable absence of any sincere, widespread dread of retribution, that incest is not truly a taboo.

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Louise Armstrong (March 17, 1937 – August 10, 2008) was a published author of numerous adult and children books

Louise Armstrong (March 17, 1937 – August 10, 2008) was a published author of numerous adult and children books. A staunch feminist and activist, Armstrong had spoken widely for two decades in the United States, Canada, and England, on the subjects of child abuse, incest, family violence, and sexual abuse. Her book, Kiss Daddy Goodnight, published by Pocket Books in 1978, is a groundbreaking work on incest.

Armstrong, L. (1978). Kiss daddy good-night: A speak-out on incest New York: Ballantine Books. Conspiracy of silence: The trauma of incest. Kiss daddy good-night: A speak-out on incest. New York: Hawthorne Books. Bass, . & Davis L. (1991). The courage to heal (3 rd e. Secret survivors uncovering incest and its aftereffects in women. New York: Ballantine Books. New York: Bantam Books.

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Kiss Daddy Goodnight: A Speak-out on Incest (1978) is a. .Sixteen years after the publication of Kiss Daddy Goodnight, Armstrong wrote Rocking the Cradle of Sexual Politics: What Happened When Women Said Incest.

Kiss Daddy Goodnight: A Speak-out on Incest (1978) is a collection of the personal narratives of women who had survived incest. It helped debunk the myth that child abusers are weird loners, or that abuse only happens in "dysfunctional" families - Armstrong's contributors were from what appeared to be normal, ordinary families.

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Kiss Daddy Goodnight is a special book Almost 40 years later, Armstrong's book is as relevant as ever: It i.

Kiss Daddy Goodnight is a special book. It is one of the earliest to explore childhood sexual abuse. Although man. y matrjoschka. Almost 40 years later, Armstrong's book is as relevant as ever: It is estimated that, today, more than 1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 men, experience sexual abuse before they reach adulthood. The majority of abusers are family members.

Kiss Daddy Goodnight: A Speak-Out on Incest
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Adrierdin
Clear and concise study of incest. Will pass it on to my daughters to read.
Vit
Louise Armstrong (1937-2008) was a writer, feminist, and activist, was also faculty of the Institute of Children's Literature and chaired a committee on family violence for the National Women's Health Network (1979-1984). She also wrote several other books.

Here are some quotations from this 1978 book:

"What kind of working taboo has such a high incidence of violation?" (Pg. 7)
"...when you speak of someone being just like a father, are you describing a sexual relationship? Why is it necessary for men to eroticize all positive, affectionate, even sensual responses?" (Pg. 132)
"It's troubling that a major part of these treatment programs---while helping the father understand he has done something wrong and take responsibility for what he did---ask mother to swallow her share of the blame, too." (Pg. 204)
"And the more I talked with people, the more I sensed a curious inflection: The innuendo I heard seemed to suggest that the fact that a woman is a prostitute somehow explains the sexual abuse, rather than the other way around." (Pg. 266)
"Also, many women shared a sense of the loss of BOTH parents. While it's true that many of the women I spoke to were angrier at their mothers than at their fathers, I feel that the very violence of our reactions against our mothers, our greater fury with them, shows not how much at fault they were, but rather how much MORE we needed from them, how much more we were conditioned to expect." (Pg. 267-268)
"It seems apparent, both its incidence and by the noticeable absence of any sincere, widespread dread of retribution, that incest is not truly a taboo. Just a very, very long-lived, well-suppressed secret." (Pg. 272)
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