Massive modern skyscrapers, obelisks, towers—all are structures
that, thanks to their phallic shape, are often associated with
sex. But other buildings are more subtly connected, as they
provide the frameworks for our sexual lives and act as reminders
of our sexual memories. This relationship between sex and
buildings mattered more than ever in the United States and Europe
during the turbulent twentieth century, when a culture of... more...