The Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife Public

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  • Existing mythologies that depict female sexuality, too often, portray females as passive objects who either accept sexual advances or resist sexual advances. This thesis attempts to create an alternative mythology where females are active participants in their sexual experiences. I portray four females in four different stories. In two stories the females are typical protagonists. In the remaining two stories the females are protagonists of the action but are not the main characters in the stories. Regardless of their role in the story structure, all the females depicted maintain active rolls in their sexual relationships.
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