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Details of the FB's book Moral Sex

 

Lester Publishing, 2004 Doc. No. 2004.021 Book 50

 

Contents

 

Publishing Details

Contents of book

Text of MORAL SEX

 

 

Publishing details

Title Moral Sex
Subtitle The Secular Code
ISBN 0 9542855 3 0
Type of book Paperback
Number of Volumes 1
Number of Pages 32
Name of Publisher Lester Publishing
Address of Publisher

29 Pegasus Road

Oxford OX4 6DS

Date of publication 2004
Reprinted No
Current edition 1st
Previous editions None
Supplements None
Current availability Out of print

Contents of book

 

Ethics and sex

1. The concept of secular morality.
2. Secular sexual morality.
3. The duty of ethical understanding.
4. The duty of ethical action.
5. The present Code.
6. Interpreting the Code.

 

Accepting our sexuality

7. The duty of sex-acceptance.
8. Sex-guilt.
9. Sex in the workplace.
10. Nudity and exhibitionism.
11. Toleration of harmless sexual disorders.

 

Respecting our sexuality

12. The duty of sex-respect.
13. The right to sexual privacy.
14. Sex with animals

 

Fulfilling our sexual natures

15. The duty of sex-fulfilment.
16. Acquiring and improving sexual techniques.
17. Celibacy and chastity.
18. Sex for the disabled.
19. Sex for service personnel.
20. Sex for prisoners.

 

Sexual acts

21. Types of sexual act.
22. Consent to sexual acts.
23. Sexual harassment.
24. Solitary sex.
25. Troilism and orgies.
26. Sex between persons of different race.
27. Harmful sexual acts.

 

Pair-bonding and marriage

28. Pair-bonding.
29. The social institution of marriage.
30. Open sexual relationships.
31. Passing as single.
32. Adultery.
33. Sterilisation of a marriage partner.
34. Incest.

 

Conception, pregnancy and Lactation

35. The decision to propagate.
36. Every child a wanted child.
37. Propagation of mixed-race children.
38. Artificially induced pregnancy.
39. The defective fœtus.
40. Adverse actions during pregnancy.
41. Breast-feeding in public.

 

Contraception

42. Morality of contraception.
43. Deceit as to possibility of conception.

 

Abortion

44. Abortion of non-viable fœtus.
45. Abortion of viable fœtus.
46. Anti-abortion campaigning.

 

The young

47. Parents’ duty to rear their child.
48. Sex education.
49. Consent by young people to sexual acts.

 

Homosexuality

50. Same-gender sex acts.
51. Discrimination against homosexuals.
52. Promoting homosexuality.

 

Prostitution

53. Payment for sex.
54. Treatment of prostitutes.

 

Pornography 55. Categories of pornography.
56. Non-erotic pornography.
57. Perverted or debased pornography.
58. Stimulative pornography.
59. Educational and artistic pornography.
60. Political or destabilising pornography.