This Article presents the case that the legal culture in many ways undergirds the priestly model's hegemony over the therapeutic relationship between a woman and her doctor. To the extent that law provides this fundamental support, it legitimizes the mistreatment of women, especially with respect to their reproductive health. The implications are that the movement toward a more just legal culture necessitates the extirpation of this support.
Nancy K. Kubasek,
Legislative Approaches to Reducing the Hegemony of the Priestly Model of Medicine,
Mich. J. Gender & L.
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