"It is too rarely noticed that sexual permissiveness has today become a kind of opiate that covertly reconciles people to the loss of other freedoms—both in relation to the state and to the workplace.
Since sexual 'liberation' has social chaos as one of its inevitable sequelae, sexual liberation begets almost from the moment of its inception the need for social control. ...
... People who succumb to their disordered passions are then given rationalizations of the sort that clog web pages on the Internet and are thereby molded into a powerful political force by those who are most expert in manipulating the flow of imagery and rationalization."
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