Lysistrata, or Woman’s Future and Future Woman
A M Ludovici
Originally published in 1927
" Pro-feminine but anti-feminist…" Scotsman
" A stimulating book" Sunday Times
This volume represents an attack on many modern conventions and practices which, according to the author, the world has tolerated too long in connection with marriage and the relationship between the sexes.
The Future of the Family
Originally published in 1930
"Deserves to be read by a large number of people. It is a proof of the revolution in the family and sexual relations which is taking place before our eyes." Nation
This volume discusses the effect of sexual reform on family life and education and concludes that the family is in process of decay. The causes of this decay, among which birth control and the sexual and economic emancipation of women are two of the most notable – are traced.
The Future of Sexual Relationships
Ralph de Pomerai
Originally published in 1931
Recognizing that the existing code of sexual morality is in process of rapid disintegration, this volume analyzes modern conditions and outlines the tendency of future development. It traces the origin and development of sex; indicates its biological function, other than reproductive and expounds its psychical and physical value for the individual and its proper place in life. Finally the essential requirements of a new sexual morality are applied to pre-marital, marital, and extra-marital relationships.
Today and Tomorrow Volume 4 Women, Marriage and the Family 280pp (3 titles bound in one). Lysistrata, or Woman's Future and Future Woman by A M Ludovici, Chronos, or the Future of the Family by Eden Paul and Aphrodite, or the Future of Sexual Relationships by Ralph de Pomerai.