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Both the Internet and television provide solid sexuality-education information to supplement the old-fashioned face-to-face conversation.that I could pass on to her to give her some insight into my view? I know there are a lot of great feminist writers out there - I'm not an expert so I hope someone can provide a good list. People still suffer the consequences and can do little or nothing to prevent it or punish it.Not anything long or academic or hard to understand -- just something that might make sense and open her eyes to my viewpoint so we can keep talking about it. Susie Bright comes to mind immediately - and I think she's pretty accessible. All I'd like to add: Regarding your daughter's comments ''...it's illegal to discriminate'' - yes, but how often does it still happen? And ''wouldn't want anything to do with anyone judgmental'' - well, we ALL are, if you think about it.When I spoke with her about it, her views were 180 degrees different from mine.She felt that that as a feminist, this was her way of taking a stand against male oppression (!