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Sexual revolution - Wikipedia

According to Freud's theory, in the earliest stage of a child's psychosexual development, the oral stage , the mother's breast became the formative source of all later erotic sensation. Much of his research remains widely contested by professionals in the field, though it has spurred critical developments in the humanities.

Anarchist Freud scholars Otto Gross and Wilhelm Reich who famously coined the phrase "Sexual Revolution" developed a sociology of sex in the s to s in which the animal-like competitive reproductive behavior was seen as a legacy of ancestral human evolution reflecting in every social relation, as per the freudian interpretation, and hence the liberation of sexual behavior a mean to social revolution.

The publication of renowned anthropologist and student of anthropologist Franz Boas , Margaret Mead 's Coming of Age in Samoa brought the sexual revolution to the public scene, as her thoughts concerning sexual freedom pervaded academia.

Published in , Mead's ethnography focused on the psychosexual development of Samoan adolescent children on the island of Samoa. She recorded that their adolescence was not in fact a time of "storm and stress" as Erikson's stages of development suggest, but that the sexual freedom experienced by the adolescents actually permitted them an easy transition from childhood to adulthood.

Her findings were later criticized by anthropologist Derek Freeman who later investigated her claims of promiscuity and conducted his own ethnography of Samoan society. Mead called for a change in suppression of sexuality in America and her work directly resulted in the advancement of the sexual revolution in the s. Kinsey published two surveys of modern sexual behaviour. Kinsey and his co-workers, responding to a request by female students at Indiana University for more information on human sexual behavior, published the book Sexual behaviour in the Human Male.

They followed this five years later with Sexual behaviour in the Human Female. These books began a revolution in social awareness of, and public attention given to, human sexuality. It is said that at the time, public morality severely restricted open discussion of sexuality as a human characteristic, and specific sexual practices, especially sexual behaviours that did not lead to procreation.

Kinsey's books contained studies about controversial topics such as the frequency of homosexuality, and the sexuality of minors aged two weeks to fourteen years. Scientists working for Kinsey reported data which led to the conclusion that people are capable of sexual stimulation from birth.

Furthermore, Kinsey's method of researching sexuality differs significantly from today's methods. Kinsey would watch his research subjects engage in sexual intercourse, sometimes engaging with his subjects as well. He would also encourage his research team to do the same, and encouraged them to engage in intercourse with him, too. These books laid the groundwork for Masters and Johnson 's life work.

A study called Human Sexual Response in revealed the nature and scope of the sexual practices of young Americans. In the United States in the years through , bans on three books with explicit erotic content were challenged and overturned.

Prior to this time, a patchwork of regulations as well as local customs and vigilante actions governed what could and could not be published. The Roman Catholic Church 's Index Librorum Prohibitorum carried great weight among Catholics and amounted to an effective and instant boycott of any book appearing on it.

Boston's Watch and Ward Society , a largely Protestant creation inspired by Anthony Comstock , made " banned in Boston " a national by-word. Post Office confiscated copies sent through the mail.

In Tom Lehrer was to celebrate the erotic appeal of the novel in his cheerfully satirical song "Smut" with the couplet "Who needs a hobby like tennis or philately? Henry Miller 's novel, Tropic of Cancer , had explicit sexual passages and could not be published in the United States; an edition was printed by the Obelisk Press in Paris and copies were smuggled into the United States.

In Grove Press issued a copy of the work, and dozens of booksellers were sued for selling it. The issue was ultimately settled by the U.

Supreme Court's decision in Grove Press, Inc. This was the turning point, because Charles Rembar appealed a restraining order against it all the way to the U. Supreme Court and won. Only books primarily appealing to "prurient interest" could be banned. In a famous phrase, the court said that obscenity is "utterly without redeeming social importance"—meaning that, conversely, any work with redeeming social importance was not obscene, even if it contained isolated passages that could "deprave and corrupt" some readers.

This decision was especially significant, because, of the three books mentioned, Fanny Hill has by far the largest measure of content that seems to appeal to prurient interest, and the smallest measures of literary merit and "redeeming social importance". Whereas an expurgated version of Lady Chatterley's Lover had actually once been published, no expurgated version of Fanny Hill had ever been. By permitting the publication of Fanny Hill , the U. The court decisions that legalised the publication of Fanny Hill had an even more important effect: The title itself would have been unthinkable a decade earlier.

In she went on to transform Cosmopolitan magazine into a life manual for young career women. In Joan Garrity , identifying herself only as "J.

The same year saw the appearance of Dr. Despite the dignity of Reuben's medical credentials, this book was light-hearted in tone. Not an erotic treatise or sex manual, the book nevertheless included frank descriptions of sexuality, and contained illustrations that could have caused legal problems just a few years earlier. Alex Comfort 's The Joy of Sex: A Gourmet Guide to Love Making appeared in Appreciated by many parents for its frank depiction of pre-adolescents discovering and exploring their sexuality, it scandalised others and eventually it was pulled from circulation in the United States and some other countries.

It was followed up in by Zeig Mal Mehr! These books had a number of things in common. They were factual and, in fact, educational. They were available to a mainstream readership.

They were stacked high on the tables of discount bookstores, they were book club selections, and their authors were guests on late-night talk shows. People were seen reading them in public.

In a respectable petty bourgeois middle-class home, Playboy magazine and Fanny Hill might be present but would usually be kept out of sight. But at least some of these books might well be on the coffee table.

Most important, all of these books acknowledged and celebrated the conscious cultivation of erotic pleasure. The contribution of such books to the sexual revolution cannot be overstated. By the s, in the United States, it had become rare for women to go into their wedding nights not knowing what to expect.

But the open discussion of sex as pleasure, and descriptions of sexual practices and techniques, was revolutionary.

There were practices which, perhaps, some had heard of. But many adults did not know for sure whether they were realities, or fantasies found only in pornographic books.

The Kinsey report revealed that these practices were, at the very least, surprisingly frequent. As birth control became widely accessible, men and women began to have more choice in the matter of having children than ever before. The invention of thin, disposable latex condoms for men led to widespread affordable condoms by the s; the demise of the Comstock laws in set the stage for promotion of available effective contraceptives such as the diaphragm and cervical cap ; the s introduction of the IUD and oral contraceptives for women gave a sense of freedom from barrier contraception.

The opposition of Churches e. Humanae vitae led to parallel movements of secularization and exile from religion. Influenced by and exposed to the revolution in America, the UK had a similar, though smaller experience. An early inkling of changing attitudes came in , when the government of the day tried unsuccessfully to prosecute Penguin Books for obscenity, for publishing the D.

Lawrence novel Lady Chatterley's Lover , which had been banned since the s for what was considered racy content. The prosecution counsel Mervyn Griffith-Jones famously stood in front of the jury and asked, in his closing statement: The Pill became available free of charge on the National Health Service in the s, at first restricted to married women, but in its availability was extended to all women. In , laws prohibiting abortion and male homosexuality were repealed, although the age of consent for homosexual men was set at 21, in contrast to the heterosexual age of consent of This is how it stayed until , when the male homosexual age of consent was lowered to 18, and then equalised at 16 in Also in , lesbian sex was recognised in British law for the first time ever, with an age of consent of Beginning in San Francisco in the mids, a new culture of " free love " emerged, with thousands of young people becoming " hippies ", inspired by Indian culture, who preached the power of love and the beauty of sex as part of ordinary life.

This is part of a counterculture that continues to exist. By the s, it was socially acceptable for colleges to permit co-ed housing. Free love continued in different forms throughout the s and into the early s, but its more assertive manifestations ended abruptly or at least disappeared from public view in the mids when the public first became aware of AIDS , a deadly sexually-transmitted disease.

This film, as well as Bergman's Sommaren med Monika The Summer with Monika , and Tystnaden The Silence , , caused an international uproar, not least in the United States, where the films were charged with violating standards of decency.

Another of his films, , highlighted homosexuality among other things. From these films the concept or catchphrase of "Swedish sin" licentiousness and seductive nudity developed, even though Swedish society in the s was still fairly conservative regarding sex, and the international concept of Swedish sexuality was and is largely exaggerated.

The image of "hot love and cold people" emerged. Sexual liberalism was seen as part of the modernization process that, by breaking down traditional borders, would lead to the emancipation of natural forces and desires.

The films eventually progressed the public's attitude toward sex, especially in Sweden and other northern European countries, which today tend to be more sexually liberal than others.

In Sweden and nearby countries at the time, these films, by virtue of being made by directors who had established themselves as leading names in their generation, helped delegitimize the idea of habitually demanding that films should avoid overtly sexual subject matter. Explicit sex on screen and frontal nudity of men and women on stage became acceptable in many Western countries, as the twentieth century drew towards its close.

The rich use of crossdressing and androgynous attributes and clothes in rock and pop stage costumes and even references to this in song lyrics, to express sexual, fashion or literary themes is also notable, from the Velvet Underground in Lou Reed 's lyrics and the glam rock wave and onward.

All of this persists in the early 21st century. In many Western countries, nudity is used as a part of artistic or erotic performance, such as in nude body painting , sex show , striptease , Neo-Burlesque , and in adult-only public events like Folsom Street Fair , Nudes-A-Poppin' , Fantasy Fest , etc.

Sexual character is closely linked with developments in technology, and the somewhat more open and commercial circulation of pornography was a new phenomenon at the time of the sexual revolution. Pornography operated as a form of "cultural critique" insofar as it transgresses societal conventions. Manuel Castells claims that the online communities, which emerged from the s around early bulletin board systems originated from the ranks of those who had been part of the counterculture movements and alternative way of life emerging out of the sexual revolution.

Lynn Hunt points out that early modern "pornography" 18th century is marked by a "preponderance of female narrators", that the women were portrayed as independent, determined, financially successful though not always socially successful and recognized and scornful of the new ideals of female virtue and domesticity, and not objectifications of women's bodies as many view pornography today. The sexual revolution was not unprecedented in identifying sex as a site of political potential and social culture.

It was suggested during the sexual revolution that the interchangeability of bodies within pornography had radical implications for gender differences and that they could lose their meaning or at least redefine the meaning of gender roles and norms. It could reinforce the crudest stereotypes of sex roles, standards of beauty, and power dynamics or educate about human desire. In Playboy stopped airbrushing pubic hair out of its centerfold picture spreads; this new addition caused the magazine to hit its all-time peak circulation of more than seven million copies in and men started having more choices when it came to magazines.

In Deep Throat became a popular movie for heterosexual couples. The movie played all over America and was the first porn movie to earn a gross of a million dollars. The fact that pornography was less stigmatised by the end of the s, and more mainstream movies depicted sexual intercourse as entertainment, was indicative of how normalised sexual revolution had become in society.

Magazines depicting nudity, such as the popular Playboy and Penthouse magazines, won some acceptance as mainstream journals, in which public figures felt safe expressing their fantasies. Feminists have offered mixed responses to pornography.

Some figures in the feminist movement, such as Andrea Dworkin , challenged the depiction of women as objects in these pornographic or "urban men's" magazines.

Other feminists such as Betty Dodson went on to found the pro-sex feminist movement in response to anti-pornography campaigns. In India, an organization named Indians For Sexual Liberties is advocating the legalization of the porn business in India. The organization's founder, Laxman Singh, questioned the reasoning behind deeming as illegal the depiction of legal acts.

Premarital sex , which had been heavily stigmatised for some time became more widely accepted during the sexual revolution. The increased availability of birth control and the quasi-legalisation of abortion in some places helped reduce the chance that pre-marital sex would result in unwanted children. By the mids the majority of newly married American couples had experienced sex before marriage.

The central part of the sexual revolution was the development of relationships between unmarried adults, which resulted in earlier sexual experimentation reinforced by a later age of marriage. The counterculture and the new left were the source of this later age of marriage. Americans were attending colleges and rebelling against their parents' ideals, which caused them to marry later in age, if at all. This meant that on average, Americans were becoming more sexually experienced before they entered into monogamous relationships.

The increasing divorce rate and the decreasing stigma attached to divorce during this era also contributed to sexual experimentation. Americans were becoming less and less interested in getting married and settling down and less interested in monogamous relationships. The idea of marriage being out-of-date came from the new development of casual sex between Americans.

With the development of the birth control pill and the legalization of abortion in , there was little threat of unwanted children out of wedlock. Swinger clubs were organizing in places ranging from the informal suburban home to disco-sized emporiums that promised a smorgasbord of sexual possibilities and free mouthwash. In New York City in , Larry Levenson opened Plato's Retreat it was probably the closest that heterosexual America has ever gotten to the sexual frenzy of gay bathhouses.

The retreat was eventually shut down in because of the constant hassle from public health authorities. Politics in the United States has become intertwined with sexually related issues, called the "politics of sex". Women and men who lived with each other without marriage sought " palimony " equal to the alimony.

Fraenkel believes that the "sexual revolution", that the West supposedly experienced in the late s, is indeed a misconception and that sex is not actually enjoyed freely, it is just observed in all the fields of culture; that is a kind of taboo behavior technically called " repressive desublimation ".

Among radical feminists , the view soon became widely held that, thus far, the sexual freedoms gained in the sexual revolution of the s, such as the decreasing emphasis on monogamy , had been largely gained by men at women's expense. A Feminist Perspective on the Sexual Revolution , Sheila Jeffreys asserted that the sexual revolution on men's terms contributed less to women's freedom than to their continued oppression, an assertion that has both commanded respect and attracted intense criticism.

Allyn argues that the sexual optimism of the s waned with the economic crises of the s, the massive commercialization of sex, increasing reports of child exploitation, disillusionment with the counter-culture and the New Left, and a combined left-right backlash against sexual liberation as an ideal.

The discovery of herpes escalated anxieties rapidly and set the stage for the nation's panicked response to AIDS. Although the rate of teenage sexual activity is hard to record, the prevalence of teenage pregnancy in developed nations such as Canada and the UK have seen a steady decline since the s. By , this number had declined to From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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