People (mostly funfems) defame Andrea Dworkin’s legacy by stating (falsly) that she says all sex is rape. This is because they define sex as domination, and Dworkin spoke against the domination of women. To these people, to fight against the exploitation of women means to be against sex.
If one’s sexual experience has always and without exception been based on dominance – not only overt acts but also metaphysical and ontological assumptions – how can one read this book [Intercourse]? The end of male dominance would mean – in the understanding of such a man – the end of sex. If one has eroticized a differential in power that allows for force as a natural and inevitable part of intercourse, how could one understand that this book does not say that all men are rapists or that all intercourse is rape? Equality in the realm of sex is an antisexual idea if sex requires domination in order to register as sensation.
Andrea Dworkin, Preface to the tenth-anniversary edition of Intercourse.
Thanks to Anti-Porn Feminists.