Sex and Revolution

Az interjút készítette:

The quarterly launches a new column, “Replika monologue” in which interesting persons talk about the questions they are preoccupied with. The first monologue published here is the confession of a Hungarian emigrant of 1956 who wishes to keep his identity veiled. Based on his own experiences, he analyzes the sexual revolution of the 1960s and 1970s in various European countries. He depicts a subtly shaded picture of the changes in the visual and verbal gender-representation, and of the determinants of sexual culture in the Italian, Austrian, German and French societies. Interesting ideas are developed about the changing image of otherness and about the interrelation between post-modernity and sexuality.

Released: Replika 25, 7–20.