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Quote of the Week: Gérard Zwang, “La Fonction Érotique”

Gérard Zwang portrait

French Sexologist, Gérerd Zwang

The human condition is lived only as a man or woman. From the moment of fertilization, the die is cast. Some people prate about the bisexualism of every human being. Such a notion does not exceed the scientific level of cocktail-party chatter … The body’s sexual heritage cannot be denied. The mannish attitudes of some women and the effeminate attitudes of some men cannot in any way alter their genetic polarity. As for the transsexuals who have their breasts or genitals mutilated or who take hormones in order to grow breasts, they suffer from sever mental illness.

▪ Gérerd Zwang, La Fonction Érotique (Laffon, 1976) at page 401, as cited by Yves Christen, Sex Differences – Modern Biology and the Unisex Fallacy Nicholas Davidson (trans.) (Transaction, 1993) on page 30.

SydneyTrads is the web page of the Sydney Traditionalist Forum: an association of young professionals who form part of the Australian independent right (also known as “non-aligned right”).

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