I distinctly recall reading somewhere that urban Indian boys and girls today are mortally scared to be identified as virgins. Virgin is a cussword.
Perhaps the most deplorable “intellectual” belonging to the class of Margaret Mead & co is Havelock Ellis. This demented British litterateur postulated that man should be freed from all restraint—social, moral, political and legal—in order to regain his natural beauty and nobleness. His ideal was what he called the “noble sexual savage.” He was the author of the first medical textbook on homosexuality. This excludes his copious writings on an impossible range of sexual deviances, on autoeroticism, transgender psychology and sexual impulses in children. However, what is largely forgotten now is the fact that he coined a new term: undinism. The term was the direct consequence of a lifetime of personal experience. Havelock Ellis was impotent until the age of sixty. And then, just like that, he got a glorious erection. Well, not just like that. There was a…errr…delicate reason: his second wife urinated on him. Ever since, he would experience a full arousal at the sight of a woman urinating, not necessarily on him.
If that sounds repulsive, it is because it is true.
Havelock Ellis attained a cult status as a “sexual sage” in both Europe and America.