The Best Sex I’ve Read Was By the Dick-Centric Henry Miller

Novelist and short-story writer Mary Gaitskill, author of, most recently, This Is Pleasure, selects a passage from Henry Miller’s 1934 novel Tropic of Cancer. Although Miller’s work is famously “dick-centric,” the passage that stuck with Gaitskill all these years later was about a prostitute named Germaine who spoke of her vagina with great admiration as an object “she prized above everything in the world.” Over the last nine decades, many have called Miller’s work misogynist, but to Gaitskill, Germaine was a feminist, a sex-positive icon before the term existed. 
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