Researchers Masters And Johnson Discuss Sex And Women's Liberation Sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson discuss the impact of the women's equality movement on sexual relationships.
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Has Women's Liberation Changed Sexual Relationships?

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Has Women's Liberation Changed Sexual Relationships?

Has Women's Liberation Changed Sexual Relationships?

Has Women's Liberation Changed Sexual Relationships?

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Sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson discuss the impact of the women's equality movement on sexual relationships.

The final interview from a five-part series by NPR's Susan Stamberg.

This story originally aired on All Things Considered on February 7, 1975.

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