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24. Applied Ethics / B. Moral Rights / 2. Sexual Morality

[special moral problems of sexual relationships]

7 ideas
A lover using force is a villain, but a seducer is much worse, because he corrupts character [Xenophon on Socrates]
While sex is very pleasant, it should be in secret, as it looks contemptible [Plato]
Animals have not been led into homosexuality, because they value pleasure very little [Plutarch]
Lust involves pleasure, and also the sense of power in pleasing others [Hobbes]
Man and woman are deeply strange to one another! [Nietzsche]
We all need sexual secrets! [Cioran]
Prostitution is wrong because it hardens the soul, since soul and body are one [Scruton]