Lee Corbin said
>Sexual liberation threatens all conservatives (not just the religious)
>because it dangerously counters hard-won traditions established over
>hundreds of years that perhaps enabled the society to become stable
>and prosperous. To what degree societal traditions (e.g. belief in
>God) can be discarded requires careful thought and good judgment,
>and should be addressed one at a time (see the works of Hayek for
>a thorough discussion).
Hmm. I don't see too many conservatives around here...
... except in the ridiculous sense in which libertarians and classical
liberals seem to get referred (more often in your country than mine, I
think) to as "conservatives".
Russell, who always thought that sexual liberation was a good thing and has
no desire to be thought of as a conservative
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