The United States and western culture finds itself in the midst of a sexual counter-revolution unlike anything the US has seen since the Women’s Liberation movement of the 1960s; accept this “revolution” is turning “sexual freedom into sexual fear.”
According to a new article published in the UK’s Spectator magazine, author Douglas Murray delves deep into the counter-revolution sweeping Hollywood institutions, academia, and politics.
The story, titled “The consequence of this new sexual counter-revolution? No sex at all” argues that the sexual revolutions of the 1960s are being dialed-back at an alarming rate, and no one knows where to draw the line.
“We are in the middle of a profound shift in our attitude towards sex. A sexual counter-revolution, if you will,” writes Douglas. “And whereas the 1960s saw a freeing up of attitudes towards sex, pushing at boundaries, this counter-swing is turning sexual freedom into sexual fear, and nearly all sexual opportunities into a legalistic minefield.”
“A new generation is being encouraged to redraw the lines of acceptability in a way that goes too far. What once was gauche has now become unacceptable. And from unacceptable it is being made sackable and then elided with the criminal. That is a long way to go in a very short time,” he adds.
Read the full article here.