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Antisexualism

Antisexualism is opposition or hostility towards sexual behavior and sexuality.[1]

Contents

  • Religious 1
  • Non-religious 2
  • Fictional 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Religious

Some forms of early ascetic

  1. ^ John Ince (2005), The politics of lust, Prometheus Books, p. 11,  
  2. ^ Sunshine, Glenn S. (2009). Why You Think the Way You Do: The Story of Western Worldviews from Rome to Home.  
  3. ^ See Book of Thomas the Contender, Acts of Thomas; also Spiritual marriage
  4. ^ Rothwell, Nicholas (2008-08-23). "The Way of All Flesh".  
  5. ^ Friedman, David M. (2008). A Mind of Its Own: A Cultural History of the Penis.  
  6. ^ Tanner, Beccy (2013-02-11). "Boston Corbett moved to Kansas after John Wilkes Booth shooting".  
  7. ^ Gopnik, Adam (2006-02-13). "Shining Tree of Life".  
  8. ^ Taormino, Tristan (2004-05-11). "Come for a Cause".  
  9. ^ Hicks, Chris (1994-11-01). "Film review: Road to Wellville, The".  
  10. ^ [1] [2]
  11. ^ Scholz, Sally J. (2000). "Catcalls and Military Strategy". In Presler, Judith; Scholz, Sally J. Peacemaking: Lessons from the Past, Visions for the Future. Rodopi.  
  12. ^ Ghai, Gail (1985). "Driving Home". The Women's Review of Books (Old City Publishing, Inc.) 2 (12): 16.  
  13. ^ Kramarae, Cheris; Treichler, Paula A.; Russo, Ann (1992). Amazons, Bluestockings and Crones: A Feminist Dictionary. Pandora.  
  14. ^ "10 GIRLS START WAR'S ON AUTO INVITATION". Washington Post. March 28, 1923. 
  15. ^ a b Чудакова, Алиса (July 7, 2008). Против секса (in Russian).  
  16. ^ Арефьева, Татьяна (November 8, 2007). Жизнь без секса [Life without sex] (in Russian).  
  17. ^ An anonymous author (2003-01-27). Жизнь без секса [Life without sex] (in Russian).  
  18. ^ Мы не спустим!. Moulin rouge (in Russian) ( 
  19. ^ a b c (Russian) Теория невероятности. Жизнь без секса (a documentary)
  20. ^ Reitschuster, Boris (2000-11-06). "RUSSLAND: No sex, please!".  
  21. ^ "Giới tính thứ tư - Những thiên thần hay chỉ là những bệnh nhân?" (in Vietnamese).  
  22. ^ O'Neill, Brendan (2009-05-17). "'"Inalienable Right to 'Excessively Noisy Sex.  

References

See also

  • The film Demolition Man takes place in a future in which sexual intercourse is banned by the high-ranking "Evil Mr. Rogers" character, Dr. Cocteau. Reproduction is achieved clinically and the experience itself is simulated through virtual reality.
  • The dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, was a group of young adult Party members devoted to banning all sexual intercourse.[22]

Fictional

The most popular venue of antisexuals is the Antisex.info (Antisexual Stronghold) website founded by Yuri Nesterenko.[15] He has been widely recognized as the leading antisexual activist since he launched a FidoNet-based antisexual community in 1995.[15][16][17][18][19][20][21] The community claims to have created the International Antisexual Movement (IAM).[19] While putting forward the slogan "Say No to sex," the spokesmen of the IAM endeavor to people to understand no sexual urges to be so violent that they may not be deterred through mental reason, or else transformed through abstinence. The IAM aims to demonstrate what it finds to be unsound about this opinion, that some should say they be constrained to sexual drive; and on the other side many for lack of knowledge of themselves follow sexual needs as the sayings or decrees of reason. In contrast to this old-fashioned sexist stereotype, many members of the IAM say they have successfully overcome the desire for sex.[19]

The Anti-Flirt Club, set up in the United States during the interwar period,[11] was set up in order to allegedly protect women from unwanted advances from men in their cars or on street corners.[12][13][14]

Non-religious

[10], founder of the International Peace Mission Movement, advocated religious abstinence from sex and marriage and taught that sexual objectification is a root cause of undesirable social and political conditions.Father Divine [9] satirized his life and practices.The Road to Wellville [8].masturbation, the inventor of the "corn flakes" variety of breakfast cereal, was opposed to all forms of sexual activity, especially John Harvey Kellogg [7] sect that opposed procreation and all sexual activity. The Shakers were more opposed to pregnancy than anything else.Protestant, a radical Shakers was the founder of the Ann Lee [6], who was involved in killing John Wilkes Booth, castrated himself after being mocked and tempted by prostitutes.Boston Corbett [5]

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