A Billion Wicked Thoughts: What the Internet Tells Us About by Ogi Ogas, Sai Gaddam

By Ogi Ogas, Sai Gaddam

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1 Such debates raise broad-based questions of language, meaning and the part played by these practices in the historical formation of identities. For the historian debates of this kind have recendy become focused on the project for a new type of cultural history. Woolfs Bloomsbury coterie was at the forefront of proposing a new modernist chronology of sexuality, in the years before and after the First World War. And Bloomsbury's thesis about the moral end of Victorianism was part of a much broader set of arguments advanced by more mainstream professionals and cultural commentators after 1900.

Like sexuality and the new sexual agenda, no doubt. For the new sexual agenda, then, it may still be possible to find a place for Lacan, even if he is neither new nor on everyone's agenda any more. If we are talking of psychoanalytic challenges, there is still one to be found in the suggestion, present in much psychoanalytic work but formulated most insistently by Lacan, that the organization of our sexuality comes in an important way from outside - in the terminology of this chapter, that the sexual agenda writes us, rather than the other way around.

Crew, and foreign notables such as Robert Michels, the American psychologist Homer Lane and Dr Georg Groddeck. However, the Society by no means privileged 'experts': Bertram Lloyd informed Edward Carpenter in 1916 that Marie Stopes regarded the Society as composed of 'well meaning dilettantes and amateurs in need of proper organisation and leading' (Lloyd, 1916). Norman Haire seems to have been on a rather similar track in his 1920 complaint to Havelock Ellis that 'most of the people were enquirers on the same plane as myself, rather than authorities 'at whose feet I might sit and drink in wisdom' (Haire, 1920).

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