Sex and Deviance

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Sex and Deviance
cover
Cover of the first English edition
Author(s) Guillaume Faye
Cover artist Andreas Nilsson
Country London
Language English
Genre(s) Politics
Publisher Arktos
Publication date 2014
Pages 290
ISBN 978-1-910524-19-0

Sex and Deviance is a book by the French writer and political thinker Guillaume Faye. The English edition was first published by Arktos in 2014.

Contents

Cover Text

Sex and Deviance is at once a raging critique of the values underpinning contemporary Western societies and a down-to-earth, pragmatic vision of the future. Guillaume Faye is meticulous in his analysis of the points at which Western societies have deviated from their golden mean, thus having triggered the tidal wave of social ills that they are facing and can expect to face. Faye identifies at the centre of this vortex the matter of sex and sexuality, and with this proffers an answer to the perennial question: What is the glue that holds societies together? Faye's penetrating assault on the specious thinking of ideologues is certain to rattle the convictions of those from across the spectrum. Much more than just a socio-political exposition, this book is an invitation to shed old ways of thinking and to begin new, hard-headed discussion over the most pertinent issues of this century. Guillaume Faye was one of the principal members of the famed French New Right organisation GRECE in the 1970s and '80s. After departing in 1986 due to his disagreement with its strategy, he had a successful career on French television and radio before returning to the stage of political philosophy as a powerful alternative voice with the publication of Archeofuturism. Since then he has continued to challenge the status quo within the Right in his writings, earning him both the admiration and disdain of his colleagues.

About the Author

Guillaume Faye was a leading theorist of the French 'New Right' during the 1970s and ‘80s, and a prominent member of Alain de Benoist’s GRECE group. After leaving the movement in the mid-‘80s for a career in French journalism and radio, he resurfaced as a political writer in 1998, publishing numerous articles on the contemporary situation in Europe, many of which came to form his 1999 book L’Archéofuturisme (published in English translation in 2010 by Arktos under the title Archeofuturism). Ever controversial, Faye has criticised not only what he views as the ongoing Islamisation of Europe, as well as the dominant European culture of self-loathing, but he has also attacked anti-Semitism and Holocaust revisionism in his work La Nouvelle question juive, arousing ire not only among the Left, but also in many corners of the so-called 'Far Right'.

Among his ideas are notions such as an all but complete rejection of current political projects; opposition to extra-European, and especially Islamic, immigration; and a strong pan-Europeanism, which he views as the only hope for European survival. He continues to write and lecture to this day. Archeofuturism was the first in a series of his works that will be made available in English by Arktos.[1]

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1: Funeral Dirge for the Family

  • A. The disappearance of the Lasting Couple 17
  • B. Fragility of Unions Based on Romantic Love 19
  • C. The Politisation of Love: Symptom of Neo-Totalitarianism 22
  • D. Love is Not a Gift, but a Calculation 25
  • E. The Decline of the Duty to Continue the Lineage 28
  • F. Supremacy of the Anti-Familial Ideology 32
  • G. Consequences of the Deterioration of the Monogamous Couple 34
  • H. The Destruction of the Bourgeois Family Results in Chaos 36
  • I. Polyamory, Polygamy, Polyfidelity: Towards Involution 39
  • J. Spoiled Child, Sick Child 42

Chapter 2:The Sacralization of Homosexuality

  • A. Homophile Ideology and the 'Struggle against Homophobia' 46
  • B. The Pathology of Homosexual Discourse and the Homosexual Mentality 49
  • C. The Egoism, Egotism, and Superficiality of 'Gay Culture' 54
  • D. Proselytising the Gay Religion 56
  • E. Psychopathology and Fraud of the Male Homosexual Couple 57
  • F. The Psychology of Homosexuality 60
  • G. The Real Aim of the Fight against Homophobia 62
  • H. Are Gays Really...Gay? 65
  • I. The Innocence of Lesbians: Female Homosexuality 67
  • J. Are We All Bisexual? 70
  • K. The Delirium of Homoparentality 71
  • L. Homophobia among 'Youths' 72
  • M. Gender Theory: The Latest Whim of Homosexualists and Feminist Ideology 74

Chapter 3: Males and Females: Complex Differences

  • A. Woman's Deep Psychology and Archetypical Representations 81
  • B. Questions about the dependence and Submission and Women 83
  • C. Questions on Male Superiority and the 'Dominant Male' 87
  • D. Effeminisation and Devirilisation of Society 90
  • E. Different Ways the Sex Act Is Perceived Between Men and Women 92
  • F. The Rising Power of Women Today 94
  • G. Women's Revenge and the Possible Reversal of Sexual Polarity 96
  • H. The Unisex Utopia 100
  • I. The Dialectics of Double Domination 104
  • J. Love, Money, and Interest 108

Chapter 4: Feminist Schizophrenia

  • A. The Insurmountable Contradictions of Feminism 113
  • B. The Two Feminisms: Sane and Insane 116
  • C. The Androgynous Utopia 118
  • D. The Dogma of 'Parity' 125
  • E. Feminism and Careerism 133
  • F. The Feminization of Values 137

Chapter 5: The Farce of Sexual Liberation

  • A. The Ideology of Puritans 142
  • B. The False Promises of Sexual Liberation 143
  • C. The Illusion of Virtual Encounters 146

Chapter 6: Sex and Perversions

  • A. Sexual Obsession and Sexual Impoverishment 148
  • B. Asexuals and the Extinction of Desire: Fruits of Hypersexualism 153
  • C. Immodesty as Anti-Eroticism 156
  • D. The Sexual Destruction of Adolecents 157
  • E. Rapes, Sex Crimes, and Judicial Laxity 158
  • D. The Explosion in Sexual Violence by Minors 161
  • E. Violence and Sexism in School 163
  • F. Minors Having Abortions 164
  • G. Female Victims of Violence: Organized Dishonesty 165
  • H. The Suffering of Women in Immigrant Neighborhoods 167
  • I. To Be a Homophobe is Prohibited; To Be a Paedophile is Permissible 168

Chapter 7: Ineradicable Prostitution

  • A. Prostitution and Polytheistic Cults 172
  • B. Explosion and Polymorphism of Prostitution 173
  • C. Barter Prostitution 177
  • D. Regulating Prostitution 181

Chapter 8: Sex and Origin

  • A. The Pressure for 'Mixed' Couples and Unions188
  • B. The Race-Mixing Imperative, Soft Genocide, and Preparing the Way for Ethnic Chaos 193
  • C. Miscegenation as Official State Doctrine 199
  • D. Different Sexualities 202
  • E. Sexual Violence and Sexual Racism 205
  • F. Sexual Ethnomasochism and Divirilisation 207
  • G. Birthrates and Ethnic Origin 209

Chapter 9: Islam and Sex

  • A. The Contradiction of Sexual Permissiveness in the Face of Islam 213
  • B. Macho Nervous Schizophrenia 214
  • C. Misogyny and Gynophobia 216

Chapter 10: Christianity and Sex

  • A. The Canonical Sexual Morality of the Church 225
  • B. Failure of the Sexual and Conjugal Morality of the Church231
  • C. Christian Sex-Phobia Has Provoked Sex-Mania by way of Reaction 234
  • D. From Sexual Sin to the Sin of Racism 235

Chapter 11: Sex, Biotechnology, and Biopolitics

  • A. Improbably Human Nature 237
  • B. Biotechnology and Evolution 243
  • C. Rearguard Actions Against Biotechnology 246
  • D. What the Future May Have in Store 247

Conclusion

Appendix A 256

Appendix B 265

Appendix C 268

Appendix D 271

Appendix E 274

Appendix F 277

Appendix G 281

Index 285

Other Books by Guillaume Faye

References

  1. https://arktos.com/people/guillaume-faye/
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