Sexual Behaviour As The Means

Sexual behaviour has been changed and moulded into a revolution over the last 100 years. The changes in our societies have allowed the freedom of public displays of affection. Woman have also played a large part of the sexual revolution. They have gone from doing all that men want to asking men on dates. With this sexual freedom problems have arrived. Rape and sexual harassment have increased leaving us to ask questions. Is sexual freedom much better than sexual repression? Both Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World and George Orwell’s 1984 present the issues of sexual repression and freedom. Both authors examine how sexual behaviour are the means of order in society. ...

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keeping “social stability”(5) .This world of laboratory babies occurs only because of the engineering of the embryos before they are born. Approximately 75% of female embryos are dosed with a male sex-hormone to render them sterile(10).These embryos are then given the name “freemartins”(10). The other 25% of embryos are given pregnancy substitutes and wear fertility belts(34). Brave New World’s Controller for western Europe, Mustapha Mond believes, “everyone belongs to everyone else”(35). He believes family, monogamy, and romance lead to chaos in a society(35).The main female character in the novel Lenina, is looked down upon for having only one male partner in the last couple of weeks. Old world taboos are shot down in Brave New World and new ones are put in place. Children are watched and encouraged to have erotic play. Abnormal behaviour to the world controllers are those boys and girls who do not wish to play together. Early in chapter ...

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not allowed to respond intellectually to their government. They must love the Big Brother or be annihilated. The first sign of the sexual repression in 1984 is when the lead character, Winston has a dream. In this dream Winston dreams of a woman who had “thrown her cloth
aside”(31). This sensual moment becomes terrifying when he then dreams that with that one moment of careless dreaming the thought police would “annihilate him”(31).This dream is significant to the development of the fear the citizens of the Big Brother feels for him. The aim of the Party was to remove all pleasure from the sexual act (60). Sexual intercourse as Winston sees it is looked on as a ...

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