Sex is unimportant, irrelevant and immaterial.
“No, no,” she said. “Sex is unimportant, irrelevant and immaterial. Better put, it must be placed in its proper perspective. This is something which is understood by all politically enlightened persons, both men and women. Indeed, sexuality is a threat and a handicap to the achievement of a true civilization. It must be ruthlessly curbed and controlled.”
“Nonsense,” I said.
“Nonsense?” she asked.
“Yes, nonsense,” I said. “Sex may be a handicap to the achievement of a certain sort of civilization,” I admitted, “but I do not think I would relish that sort of civilization in which it would be a handicap. Surely it is possible to at least consider a civilization which would not be inimical to the nature of human beings but compatible with their desires and needs. Perhaps in such a society sexuality would not need to be suppressed but might be permitted to flower.”
“It is impossible to talk with you,” she said. “You are too unenlightened.”
“Perhaps,” I said.
Fighting Slave of Gor, p.31-32