The Ethics of Sexual Acts By René Guyon
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The Author: René Guyon
La Porte (IFA) © Michael Christianson. René Guyon (1876-1963) was born at Sedan, France. He studied at the University of Paris, which awarded him a Doctor of Law degree in 1902. Primarily a jurist, he began his writing career with treatises on French legal problems. He has also written fiction and poetry. Between 1924 and 1931 he published three examinations of materialistic philosophy in the fields of metaphysics, biology, and psychology. During these active years, Guyon was collecting material for his magnum opus, Etudes d’ethiques sexuelles (ten volumes), of which the present book is the first volume.
In The Ethics of Sexual Acts it is the author’s view that the whole trouble about sexual acts – including naked play with children – is their inclusion in religious moral codes and that the concept of sin brings on emotional suffering which would not otherwise develop (this theory is proven upon reading about the astonishing child sexual experiences and discoveries made by linguist Daniel Everett, and his children, while they lived with the Pirahã, a small tribe of Amazonian Indians in central Brazil: Don’t Sleep, There Are Snakes: Life and Language in the Amazonian Jungle (Vintage Departures))
Guyon’s point of view can be summed up in a few words which were the title of a song, there is no harm in “Doing What Comes Naturally.”
Unquestionably, The Ethics of Sexual Acts is a book that was, and may still be, decades ahead of its time. But it is not unreasonable, IFA believes, to assume within the next 10 to 20 years, Guyon will rank among the immortal emancipators of the human race from the enslavement of religious orthodoxy. For the record, during the years since this book was first published in 1934, scientific and statistical workers have produced a body of evidence that shores up Guyon’s conclusions.
Thanks be to Guyon! His unabashed truths and unbiased candor bring great credit upon himself and the entire pedosexual community. We at IFA are forever in his debt. His great book dares to step forward and confront the lies of modern psychology being bandied about by the likes of Dr. Anna Salter, Dr. Phil, and a host of other pedocentrist pseudo-scientists who have purchased their six-figure college degrees in order to perpetuate human suffering, amass a following and generate wealth at the expense of traditional pedosexuals who society, following their “expert” opinions, has determined are the newest expendables in modern America.
This book’s scientific study of sexual phenomena and of the relations between the sexes is not hampered by the censorship that has weighed so heavily on the topic of sex in American culture. In conclusion, it’s fair to say that our nation’s anti-sexual Christian moralists are victims of their own delusions.
Adhesion to Freud’s general principles – concordant evidence from infantile and primitive sexuality.
The physiology of sexuality.
The morality of sexual acts.
The sexual taboo and its origin.
The triumph of sexual taboo.
Chastity as the complement of sexual taboo.
The neuroses due to sexual repression.
The mechanistic theory of sexuality in its relation to morals.
The psycho-physiology of the so-called sexual aberrations.
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- Paperback: 432 pages
- Publisher: University Press of the Pacific (June 1, 2001)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0898753694
- ISBN-13: 978-0898753691