Mary Daly, Pure Lust: Elemental Feminist Philosophy (Beacon Press)
1984, pgs x-xi (from her introduction):
"In case the title of this book should seem misleading to some, I hasten to explain that Pure Lust is not primarily a work of feminist eroticism, although it hardly excludes this from its range of concern. Chiefly, it is a work of Feminist Erraticism. Lusty women will understand this immediately upon reading the following definitions of erratic: 'having no fixed course: WANDERING;' and 'archaic: having no fixed residence: NOMADIC'. For Lusty women are Wanderlusty, and we are known for fierce resistance to being fixed. Clearly, we rejoice in knowing that erraticism means 'especially: a wayward act or tendency'."