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Bantu_Kelani
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« on: September 09, 2003, 07:59:50 AM »


Sigmund Freud:
Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality and Other Works: On Sexuality



Sigmund Freud main contribution was the discovery of the Unconscious Mind. He developed a tool that he called Free Association, which allowed him to go beyond the conscious mind. Dreams were another rich of unconscious material. This unconscious material appeared to be overwhelmingly SEXUAL to Freud. He found his patients were invariably sexually disturbed and that they all exhibited some sort of repressed sexual perversion in their desires...Sad but True the Genocidal behavior of white people toward non white people is motivated by repressed sexual tendencies. The western cultural belief system has given Sexuality a negative connotation and associated it with guilt, fear and punishment.

It's no wonder that in this white dominated world one of the most basic and natural desires has become so difficult to dealt with and understand..

Bantu-Kelani.

Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality
by Sigmund Freud


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« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2003, 02:21:14 PM »

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The western cultural belief system has given Sexuality a negative connotation and associated it with guilt, fear and punishment.

It's no wonder that in this white dominated world one of the most basic and natural desires has become so difficult to dealt with and understand..

Bantu-Kelani.


Bantu Kelani,

I agree that is it a shame sexuality is repressed and often thought of as negative instead of the natural expression that it is.

A worthwhile post.

..Kingston..
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