Theorizing Yes: An Essay on Feminism, Law, and Desire

@inproceedings{Franke2001TheorizingYA,
  title={Theorizing Yes: An Essay on Feminism, Law, and Desire},
  author={Katherine M. Franke},
  year={2001}
}
In this Essay, Professor Franke observes that, unlike feminists from other disciplines, feminist legal theorists have neglected to formulate a positive theory of female sexuality. Instead, discussions of female sexuality have been framed as either a matter of dependency or danger. Professor Franke begins her challenge to this scheme by asking why legal feminism has accepted unquestionably the fact that most women reproduce in their lifetimes. Why have not social forces that incentivize… CONTINUE READING

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