1. Beyond  The Birds And Bees

  2. Male sexual Organs

  3. Female  Sexual Organs

  4. Sexual  Intercourse

  5. Aphrodisiacs

  6. Impotence

  7. Frigidity

  8. Male Homosexuality

  9. Masturbation

  10. Sexual  Perversion

  11. Prostitution

  12. Birth Control

  13. Abortion

  14. Venereal  Disease

  15. Menopause

  16. September Sex






SEXUAL PERVERSION

What are sex perverts? Anyone who isn’t interested in the penis  -vagina version of sex  is often considered a pervert and  shunned by normal people.

This includes  such types as  those with similar tastes abortion. They are thought of as wild-eyed drooling maniacs, lusting for an innocent  victim. 

It just  isn’t that way. Why not? First of all, pervert is an unkind and loaded word.  It is  derogatory rather than purely descriptive.  

A better word   is sexual variant. Sexual variants  start out the same as everyone else- they just  never grow up sexually. 

An average person advances from one  stage of sexual development to another- the variant  gets stuck   at one point and never moves from there. 

The Peeping Tom is a good example.  Everyone starts out sexually  as a Peeping Tom.

How is that? The  only sexual activity available to small children, except for! masturbation. is peeping, or looking at other people sexually.

At bout the age of three or four years little boys and girls become interested in each others’ bodies.

The boys want to know, “How come girls don’t have one?” And girls want to know the same thing.

Even at this first tentative moment, sex is mysterious and alluring frigidity. From that point on children seize every opportunity to observe the sexual makeup of their companions.

Mutual inspection of genitalia is the primary basis for those childish games, Playing House and Playing Doctor.

While mother is busy in the kitchen studying a new recipe, the children are busy in the playroom studying  each other.

This is a normal and essential part of the process of sexual maturity. There is really nothing naughty about it.

The childish pastime of “you how me yours and I’ll show you mine” is a phase most children pass through rapidly.

It soon gives way to more advanced peeping. At school the boys watch the girls and the girls watch the boys.

As puberty begins, sexual interest becomes more refined and centers around breasts, later buttocks.

In high school, girlie magazines are passed around among the boys and mutual sexual exploration begins on dates.

Ultimately, observing the body of the opposite sex becomes part of the enjoyment of sexual intercourse.

Looking at the body of the sexual partner becomes one of the pleasant events leading up to copulation.

Then isn’t everybody a Peeping Tom? No. The peeper gets short-circuited along the way.

His peeping does not lead up to sexual intercourse-it stops right there. All he wants to do is look-almost.

What else does he want to do? Masturbate. His sexual outlook is infantile and limited. He looks, is sexually aroused, and masturbates female sexual organs. He makes no effort to go any farther.