Sex Strikes Throughout History

Make love, not war

Lysistrata (1896), by Aubrey Beardsley, Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

TThe great Irish poet Oscar Wilde once said, “Everything in the world is about sex except sex. Sex is about power.” The act itself has been a must for the survival of our species. Hence, strong drives for sex are embedded in our bodies by design — similar to hunger or thirst. Carnal desire is a strong force of nature.

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Ben Kageyama

Ben Kageyama

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