Misunderstanding & Misuse of Female Sexuality!

This is a fictionalized account of how the misunderstanding and misuse of male and female sexuality leads to a chain of sex clinics [where patients get the "real thing"] that becomes the largest enterprise in the world and results in the election of the first female president of the U.S. - with a startling end.

This is a fictionalized account of how the misunderstanding and misuse of male and female sexuality leads to a chain of sex clinics [where patients get the “real thing”] that becomes the largest enterprise in the world and results in the election of the first female president of the U.S. – with a startling end.

Until recent times virtually all societies ignored the fact that women also have powerful sexual urges and needs—an incredible arrogance perpetrated by males. The emotional and physical suffering this has caused and continues to cause females is incalculable.

Over the millennia the various ailments females suffered from being denied the opportunity to fulfill their sexual needs were invariably linked by males to the overall nature of females—not sexual deprivation. Some men, however, consciously or subconsciously, apparently realized that there was a sexual element in the “disruptive” behavior of females, and their often stated solution was that they needed a “good screw.”

However, this insight did not lead to any lessening of the male-created taboos that kept females from being able to use up their sexual energy.

The Role of the Catholic Church

Some of the measures promoted or condoned by the Catholic Church during the so-called Middle Ages to control female sexual behavior are hardly believable today.

     Beginning in the 11th century, European church and lay leaders launched a series of religious-inspired military campaigns against Middle East countries in an attempt to free Jerusalem and the other “Holy Cities” from their Moslem occupiers.  These so-called “Crusades” against Islamic countries continued off and on for approximately three hundred years.

During this incredibly long period of Pope-backed wars some men had their wives outfitted with “chastity belts”—iron thong-like devices that were locked in place to prevent the women from being able to have sexual intercourse with other males while the husbands were away doing their religious duty.

Many of these lockable iron “chastity belts” were made in Italy, where their manufacture and use was promoted by the Catholic Church.  [Even farther out than this device was an older practice among ancient slave holders to have the foreskin of the penises of their adult male slaves sewn tight, leaving only a tiny hole for urination, to discourage them from engaging in sexual intercourse with any woman…another extreme to which men have gone in the past to control sexual behavior.]

Ironically, most of the glory-hungry knights who left Europe in their zeal to take the “Holy Land” away from Moslems never returned home. Some 20 percent of them were killed in battle, and some 60 or 70 percent of them died from the plague and other di-eases.  History also notes, not surprisingly, that many women managed to get around the iron chastity belts by one means or another, including having a second key made by willing locksmiths.

According to a number of totally unreliable sources on the Internet some form of chastity belts continued to be used in Europe well after the end of the Crusades, and, in fact, into modern times. Such is the terrible hold that religious beliefs have on both men and women.

However, given the male psyche it is not surprising that historically males have gone to inhuman lengths to prevent females from exercising their full sexuality because it is far stronger than that of males.

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Boyé Lafayette De Mente has been involved with Asia since the late 1940s as a member of a U.S. intelligence agency, journalist and editor. He is a graduate of Jōchi University in Tokyo, Japan and Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona, USA. In addition to books on the business practices, social behavior and languages of China, Japan, Korea and Mexico he has written extensively about the plague of male dominance and the moral collapse of the U.S. and the Western world in general. Recent books include: CHINA Understanding & Dealing with the Chinese Way of Doing Business; JAPAN Understanding & Dealing with the NEW Japanese Way of Doing Business; AMERICA’S FAMOUS HOPI INDIANS; ARIZONA’S LORDS OF THE LAND [the Navajos] and SPEAK JAPANESE TODAY – A Little Language Goes a Long Way! To see a full list of his 60-plus books go to: www.authorsonlinebookshop.com. All of his titles are available from Amazon.com.

A detailed explanation of why and how male dominance has been a plague on humanity since Day One, and what could and should be done about it.

A detailed explanation of why and how male dominance has been a plague on humanity since Day One, and what could and should be done about it.

The origins of human violence have been known since the earliest times but efforts to control or diminish violence have not succeeded because men were in charge of all of the efforts. This book, available from Amazon.com  in both printed and ebook formats, explains why and provides some answers.

The origins of human violence have been known since the earliest times but efforts to control or diminish violence have not succeeded because men were in charge of all of the efforts. This book, available from Amazon.com in both printed and ebook formats, explains why and provides some answers.

Author Advocates Adoption of Japan’s “Police Box” System

TOKYO–Murder and other kinds of violent mayhem have become endemic in the United States—a dramatic change from the social order of the past, brought on according to many critics by a combination of films, television and digital games that glorify violence; rap singers who promote it, migrant smugglers, and crime syndicates fighting to control the market for illicit drugs.
In fact, violence of the most horrendous kind has become as American as apple pie, and this, says Japanologist Boyé Lafayette De Mente, is more than enough reason for all American cities to adopt the famous Japanese system of street-corner and neighborhood koban [koh-bahn], called “police boxes” in English.
According to De Mente the literal meaning of ko is “to take turns” and ban literally means “to guard” or “to watch,” and the term can be traced back to the bansho [bahn –show] or “check points” manned by samurai warriors on Japan’s major streets and roads during the country’s long shogunate period.
A number of American cities have experimented with koban—San Francisco in particular where they were championed by Senator Dianne Feinstein, and Columbia, South Carolina—but they have been mostly ignored by the country at large.
“The value of the koban in reducing crime and violent behavior in general has been proven beyond any doubt not only in Japan but also in foreign cities that have tested the system,” De Mente says
De Mente, the author of more than fifty books on Japan, notes that the term “police box” is misleading because the majority of the koban in larger Japanese cities and towns are mini-police stations that are manned 24 hours a day by rotating offices, are equipped with communication facilities and computers, and have detailed maps of the streets and buildings in their vicinity.
“Tokyo alone has approximately 1,250 koban, with over 15,000 police officers assigned to them, and there are over 15,600 koban in Japan—whose populated areas combined are the size of a single county in Arizona, New Mexico and other western states,” he adds.
De Mente says that in addition to acting as information kiosks for residents and visitors, Japan’s koban police patrol their neighborhoods, watch over everything going on in their vicinity, report any suspicious situation or behavior, quell street violence, and function as “lost and found” repositories.
“Policemen assigned to koban become intimately familiar with the businesses, employees and residents in their neighborhoods, and in effect serve as their personal security guards,” he says.
Larger koban have small rooms where the officers can take breaks, and small kitchens where they can fix snacks for themselves.
Another aspect of the Japanese koban system De Mente says is worthy of adoption is the practicing of retaining retired policemen as advisors to officers newly assigned to the stations, and to fill in at smaller stations when the officers are out patrolling the neighborhoods.

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Boyé Lafayette De Mente has been involved with Asia since the late 1940s as a member of a U.S. intelligence agency, journalist and editor. He is a graduate of Jōchi University in Tokyo, Japan and Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona, USA. In addition to books on the business practices, social behavior and languages of China, Japan, Korea and Mexico he has written extensively about the moral collapse of the U.S. along with books on his home state of Arizona. To see a full list of his books go to: www.authorsonlinebookshop.com. Recent books include: CHINA Understanding & Dealing with the Chinese Way of Doing Business; JAPAN Understanding & Dealing with the NEW Japanese Way of Doing Business; AMERICA’S FAMOUS HOPI INDIANS; ARIZONA’S LORDS OF THE LAND [the Navajos] and SPEAK JAPANESE TODAY – A Little Language Goes a Long Way!