Two basic drives moved GUADALUPE through the sultry jungle of her life. One was a pulsing awareness of herself as a woman—the other a deep convent-bred sense of ineradicable guilt at having given up her virginity to a man who would not marry her. Result—GUADALUPE felt herself unworthy of any man's love. She believed atonement lay in permissiveness, even if it involved the most cruel and unusual punishment. GUADALUPE was the kind of girl who literally couldn't say no!