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Sex & Deviance

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Guillaume Faye
Sex and Deviance
London: Arktos, 2014
286 pages

Paperback: $30 [2]

Sex and Deviance is an excellent companion volume to F. Roger Devlin’s Sexual Utopia in Power [3], offering a trenchant New Right critique of today’s sexual chaos: the collapse of the family, the sacralization of homosexuality, the denial of biological sex differences, feminism, sexual liberation, the normalization of perversions, prostitution, and miscegenation. Faye also deals with sexuality in relation to Islam, Christianity, and the biotechnological revolution.

Read Michael O’Meara’s review of the French edition here [4] and Christopher Pankhurst’s review of the English translation here [5].

CONTENTS

Introduction

1. Funeral Dirge for the Family
The Disappearance of the Lasting Couple
Fragility of Unions Based on Romantic Love
The Politisation of Love: Symptom of Neo-Totalitarianism
Love is Not a Gift, but a Calculation
The Decline of the Duty to Continue the Lineage
Supremacy of the Anti-Familial Ideology
Consequences of the Deterioration of the Monogamous Couple
The Destruction of the Bourgeois Family Results in Chaos
Polyamory, Polygamy, Polyfidelity: Toward Involution
Spoiled Child, Sick Child

2. The Sacralisation of Homosexuality
Homophile Ideology and the ‘Struggle against Homophobia’
The Pathology of Homosexual Discourse and the Homosexual Mentality
The Egoism, Egotism, and Superficiality of ‘Gay Culture’
Proselytising the Gay Religion
Psychopathology and Fraud of the Male Homosexual Couple
The Psychology of Homosexuality
The Real Aim of the Fight against Homophobia
Are Gays Really…Gay?
The Innocence of Lesbians: Female Homosexuality
Are We All Bisexual?
The Delirium of Homoparentality
Homophobia among ‘Youths’
Gender Theory: The Latest Whim of Homosexualist and Feminist Ideology

3. Males and Females: Complex Differences
Woman’s Deep Psychology and Archetypical Representations
Questions about the Dependence and Submission of Women
Questions on Male Superiority and the ‘Dominant Male’
Effeminisation and Devirilisation of Society
Different Ways the Sex Act Is Perceived Between Men and Women
The Rising Power of Women Today
Women’s Revenge and the Possible Reversal of Sexual Polarity
The Unisex Utopia
The Dialectics of Double Domination
Love, Money, and Interest

4. Feminist Schizophrenia
The Insurmountable Contradictions of Feminism
The Two Feminisms: Sane and Insane
The Androgynous Utopia
The Dogma of ‘Parity’
Feminism and Careerism
The Feminisation of Values

5. The Farce of Sexual Liberation
An Ideology of Puritans
The False Promises of Sexual Liberation
The Illusion of Virtual Encounters

6. Sex and Perversions
Sexual Obsession and Sexual Impoverishment
Asexuals and the Extinction of Desire: Fruits of Hypersexualism
Immodesty as Anti-Eroticism
The Sexual Destructuration of Adolescents
Rapes, Sex Crimes, and Judicial Laxity
The Explosion in Sexual Violence by Minors
Violence and Sexism at School
Minors Having Abortions
Female Victims of Violence: Organised Dishonesty
The Suffering of Women in Immigrant Neighbourhoods
To Be a Homophobe is Prohibited; To Be a Paedophile is Permissible

7. Ineradicable Prostitution
Prostitution and Polytheistic Cults
Explosion and Polymorphism of Prostitution
Barter Prostitution
Regulating Prostitution

8. Sex and Origin
The Pressure for ‘Mixed’ Couples and Unions
The Race-Mixing Imperative, Soft Genocide, and Preparing the Way for Ethnic Chaos
Miscegenation as Official State Doctrine
Different Sexualities
Sexual Violence and Sexual Racism
Sexual Ethnomasochism and Divirlisation
Birthrates and Ethnic Origin

9. Islam and Sex
The Contradiction of Sexual Permissiveness in the Face of Islam
Macho Nervous Schizophrenia
Misogyny and Gynophobia

10. Christianity and Sex
The Canonical Sexual Morality of the Church
Failure of the Sexual and Conjugal Morality of the Church
Christian Sex-Phobia Has Provoked Sex-Mania by way of Reaction
From Sexual Sin to the Sin of Racism

11. Sex, Biotechnology, and Biopolitics
Improbable Human Nature
Biotechnology and Evolution
Rearguard Actions Against Biotechnology
What the Future May Have in Store

Conclusion

Appendices

Index

About the Author

Guillaume Faye was one of the principal members of the famed French New Right organisation GRECE in the 1970s and ’80s. After departing in 1986 due to his disagreement with its strategy, he had a successful career on French television and radio before returning to the stage of political philosophy as a powerful alternative voice with the publication of Archeofuturism. Since then he has continued to challenge the status quo within the Right in his writings, earning him both the admiration and disdain of his colleagues. Arktos has also published English translations of his books Archeofuturism (2010), Why We Fight (2011), and The Convergence of Catastrophes (2012).

Paperback: $30 [2]