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Introduction / Summary (2018): Hello and welcome to our Sexuality pages. While this is not a pornographic site, it is provocative - founded upon what people search on the Internet (which is very interesting!). We then relate this to our biological and cultural evolution.
Sex is obviously important to people - and if you want to improve your sexual relationships then knowing the truth about our human evolution is the best foundation. By opening our minds to a greater diversity of behaviors, this knowledge will help you creatively cultivate healthy pleasurable moral attitudes and sexy smutty relationships (free from religious guilt & cultural myths).
Support an open honest discussion on the truth of our sexual evolution and behaviour. If you support sex positive, moral, informed sexual behaviour please share this knowledge. (These pages have a diverse collection of fascinating information relating to our human sexual evolution so people will appreciate it - see our 'nice letters' page!).
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"It is not enough to conquer; one must learn to seduce." (Voltaire) - "Desire is the essence of a man." (Spinoza)

Women's Health & Sexual Politics
Abortion Facts, Clinics, Laws, Statistics, Religion & Culture, Education, Ethics

Definition & Philosophical Summary

An abortion is the removal of an embryo or fetus from the female uterus, resulting in its death. This is done by medical or surgical means for a range of reasons, including personal choice.

The issue of abortion is controversial and involves religion, feminism, health, morality and politics. It asks philosophical questions, such as what is life? do I have choice and free will? what is a moral decision?

The following essay by the philosopher, Kelley Ross shows that both sides of the abortion argument fail to stand up to reason i.e. they are based on emotional opinion.

This website, in regard to abortion promotes the view of pro-choice. Humans are thinking, creative, moral beings necessarily connected to all other matter in the universe. Our free will is limited, but allows us to make moral decisions (based upon the truth of physical reality) to create better futures for ourselves and humanity, free from cultural myth and religious dogma.

I hope you find the following articles interesting and useful.

Abortion: Essay by a Philosopher

From the essay: 'Abortion is an issue that evokes, on all sides, very strong feelings and judgments and very heated recriminations. The most radical formulation of the anti-abortion or 'pro-life' side of the debate views abortion as the murder of unborn children. ..On the other hand, the most radical formulation of the pro-abortion or 'pro-choice' side views opposition to abortion as against the freedom of women, as hatred of women, and as part of a historical effort to subjugate women as nothing more than baby-making machines or, failing that, to see that they die in botched abortions.

My concern in this essay is to examine the extent to which arguments used by both sides of this debate are poor to untenable. The common acceptance of bad reasoning as self-evidently true always serves to demonize the opposition and to further radicalize and irrationalize the whole debate, to the benefit of every kind of extremist.'

Female Infanticide in India

Every year, thousands of baby girls in India are murdered by their own parents. Sociologists blame such killings on a widely held Indian belief that girls are an economic drain because families still have to pay expensive dowries at the time of their marriage.

Read More: Female Infanticide in India



Analyse any human emotion, no matter how far it may be removed from the sphere of sex, and you are sure to discover somewhere the primal impulse, to which life owes its perpetuation.Analyse any human emotion, no matter how far it may be removed from the sphere of sex, and you are sure to discover somewhere the primal impulse, to which life owes its perpetuation. ... The primitive stages can always be re-established; the primitive mind is, in the fullest meaning of the word, imperishable. ... Mans most disagreeable habits and idiosyncrasies, his deceit, his cowardice, his lack of reverence, are engendered by his incomplete adjustment to a complicated civilisation. It is the result of the conflict between our instincts and our culture. (Sigmund Freud)

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