Why are children and teenagers being indoctrinated with neo-Marxist-inspired radical gender and sexuality theory? Why are transwomen cancelling women’s rights to liberty and freedom? And why are Western societies awash with graphic, dehumanising pornography 24/7?
Augusto Del Noce’s chapter The Ascendance of Eroticism published in The Crisis Of Modernity provides a detailed and persuasive account of why societies like Australia are facing an ever-present threat represented by what he terms a sexual revolution.
It is a revolution where modesty and restraint no longer apply and where the prevailing ethos is one of sexual freedom and licentious self-expression.
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