Sex, Gender, and the Origin of the Culture Wars: An Intellectual History

Many intractable controversies in today’s culture wars relate to issues of sex and gender. Americans disagree, for instance, about whether marriage is limited to a man and a woman, who can use which bathrooms, and whether we should hope that mothers should take care of children—at least in their formative years. These controversies are emblematic... Continue Reading →


The Assault on Gender and the Family: Jewish Sexology and the Legacy of the Frankfurt School (2)

Albert Moll (1862–1939), who would go on to be “a great influence on Freud,”[1] came from a Polish Jewish merchant family and “belonged to the Jewish religious community.”[2] Typical of his ethno-religious group, Moll frequently utilized his position within the field of medical psychology to form an oppositional bloc against prevailing opinions in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century... Continue Reading →

What’s changed in Britain since same-sex marriage?

  Four years ago, amid much uncertainty, 400 British members of parliament voted to redefine marriage in the United Kingdom. Now, it’s Australia’s turn to choose. There’s one key difference. Unlike in Britain, it will be the people who decide... [ who owns the media, controls what the people 'decide' in democracy (see: Ireland) = Mediacracy]... Continue Reading →

Sex and the Singularly abused Girl

16 October, 2015 by ERIC HOLMBERG “I had been living and traveling in a world full of dykes…in our moments of honesty and courage, we exposed ourselves and our wounds to each other and found that a remarkable percentage of us had suffered at the hands of adult men in our lives and families.” Lesbian... Continue Reading →

Testimonies of LGBT

1. A boyfriend of mine had a mother who was openly sexual with many men. On top of that his brother found porn of her laying around. The brother raped my friend at a pretty young age. Though the experience was traumatic for him, and took him nearly 20 years to tell anyone, later in life he was gay... Continue Reading →

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