Helen Gurley Brown's book Sex and the Single Girl championed career women and open sexuality, effectively destroying the notion of the "old maid." Changes in Values In the midst of the civil rights and anti-war movements, the young generation of the 1960s questioned authority and rejected their parents' values.For many who came of age in this era, the traditional notion that a woman wouldn't be able to find a husband if she weren't a virgin was absurd.As the feminist movement evolved in the late 1960s, women started challenging their exclusion from politics and the workplace.They also began to question traditional sexual roles. At the core of the sexual revolution was the concept -- radical at the time -- that women, just like men, enjoyed sex and had sexual needs.They were just using different and less effective forms of contraception.
The Double Standard Although it was acceptable for single men to have sex, the idea of young women behaving in the same way disturbed many in America.
Despite the veneer of a chaste society and socially conservative morality, there was clinical research to back up their views.
Studies have shown that unmarried women were having sex prior to the advent of the Pill.
Passed by the General Delegate Assembly February 2010 The only requirement for SA membership is a desire to stop lusting and become sexually sober according to the SA sobriety definition.
Any two or more sexaholics gathered together for SA sobriety according to the SA sobriety definition may call themselves an SA group.