After all, there was Sigmund Freud, who first popularized talk of sex, including deviant sex
, beginning in the early 1900s; Margaret Sanger, who advocated birth control to enable women to separate sex from pregnancy in the 1910s and 1920s; Gore Vidal who lionized gay men in literary fiction in the 1940s; Hugh Hefner, who introduced American men to the Playboy fantasy in the 1950s; Mary Calderone, who promoted sex education and founded SIECUS (Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States) in the 1960s--the list goes on.
Just as Prohibition transformed a subculture of drinkers into a generation of drunks, New York has become a city where deviant sex
has been mainstreamed.
Planned Parenthood promotes deviant sex
to teens, and this organization has attempted to redefine abstinence to include deviant sexual behavior," Brown said.
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12 at a computer show at the Sherman Oaks Entertainment Center, where Lefcourt sold computer discs depicting bestiality and other deviant sex
acts to a Los Angeles police officer, said a spokesman for the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office.
Self, whose books feature violence and deviant sex
, was shopped to Tory officials by other reporters.