The Politics Of Lust John Ince

ISBN: 9780969656715

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335 pages


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The Politics Of Lust  by  John Ince

The Politics Of Lust by John Ince
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John Ince probes the nooks and crannies of the modern erotic mind and discovers that below our seeming enthusiasm for sex is a reservoir of fear. While we are drawn to sex, it also secretly disturbs us. Ours is a culture of sexual bravado, not sexualMoreJohn Ince probes the nooks and crannies of the modern erotic mind and discovers that below our seeming enthusiasm for sex is a reservoir of fear. While we are drawn to sex, it also secretly disturbs us. Ours is a culture of sexual bravado, not sexual joy.

Ince offers a sweeping re-evaluation of our sexual ethics. He finds powerful anxieties lurking in our attitudes to every type of erotic expression, from nudity to public sex, masturbation to homosexuality, monogamy to group sex, pornography to prostitution, teen sexuality to erotic art.This erotic malaise powerfully affects our lives.

It stunts sexual passion, inhibits frank and honest talk about sex, and generates shame about sexual organs. It even influences our political orientation.Our sex-negativity is the product of a fascinating but toxic social system that this book is the first to identify. The challenging ideas set out in The Politics of Lust will give you a radical new perspective on both your sexuality and your society.



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