Havelock Ellis Quote

The husband - by primitive instinct partly, certainly by ancient tradition - regards himself as the active partner in matters of love and his own pleasure as legitimately the prime motive for activity.


Havelock Ellis on Life and Sex: Essays of Love and Virtue (ed. 1937)

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The husband - by primitive instinct partly, certainly by ancient tradition - regards himself as the active partner in matters of love and his own...

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The husband - by primitive instinct partly, certainly by ancient tradition - regards himself as the active partner in matters of love and his own...

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The husband - by primitive instinct partly, certainly by ancient tradition - regards himself as the active partner in matters of love and his own...

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The husband - by primitive instinct partly, certainly by ancient tradition - regards himself as the active partner in matters of love and his own...