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“There is no need for the whole society to suffer the same continence. So long as the sexual opportunity of one social stratum is maintained at a minimum, the society will display productive energy.”

Sex and Culture

“These societies lived in different geographical environments; they belonged to different racial stocks; but the history of their marriage customs is the same.

In the beginning each society had the same ideas in regard to sexual regulations. Then the same struggles took place; the same sentiments were expressed; the same changes were made; the same results ensued.

Each society reduced its sexual opportunity to a minimum and displaying great social energy, flourished greatly. Then it extended its sexual opportunity; its energy decreased, and faded away.

The one outstanding feature of the whole story is its unrelieved monotony.”

Sex and Culture

“To a mind that is unaccustomed to the methods of scientific research, the facts, as presented, may appear over-simplified.

The reason is that I have refused to publish them until I felt that I understood them.”

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“Without exception, once restrictions on sexuality are lifted, especially female sexuality, a society destroys itself from within, and is later conquered from without.

When not focusing mental and physical energy on building strong families, members of a culture lose the impetus for upkeep and innovation.”

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