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Sexual Utopia in Power

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Sexual Utopia in Power (2015)
Title
Sexual Utopia in Power
Author
F. Roger Devlin
Editorial
Counter-Currents Publishing 2015, ISBN 1-935965-89-1[1]


Sexual Utopia in Power is a short book by American white-nationalist F. Roger Devlin which explains how the sexual revolution[wp] gave way to inceldom.

It is a favorite book among MGTOWs although incels also generally agree with it, reaching many of the same conclusions without even hearing of the book.

The book may be the beginning in a contemporary line of though about enforced monogamy which spread to Angela Nagle and then Jordan Peterson.[2]

Content

Preface
Introduction: The Facts of Life
  1. Sexual Utopia in Power
    Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
  2. Rotating Polyandry - & its Enforcers
    Part 1, Part 2
  3. The Feminine Sexual Counter-Revolution and its Limitations
    Part 1, Part 2
  4. Home Economics
    Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5
  5. The Family Way
  6. Back to Africa: Sexual Atavism in the Modern West
  7. Question of Female Masochism

Summary

It explores primarily the relationship between monogamy and natural female sexuality.

He explains how the rise in divorce and decline in monogamy is causing inceldom. He argues that the sexual revolution[wp] has false advertising surrounding it and generally increased sexlesness. He also believes that society is becoming hyper-primitive with the liberation of natural female sexuality. That natural female sexual liberation leads to a Darwinian mating competition more similar to a Baboon pack than any other civilized society.[2]

References

  1. Counter-Currents Publishing: Sexual Utopia in Power
  2. 2.0 2.1 The Incel Wiki: Sexual Utopia in Power (book) (Version of 14 May 2019)

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