Poster de soutien a Sexpol  

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"Poster de soutien a Sexpol" [1] (English: Poster for the support of Sexpol) is a promotional poster for the French journal Sexpol (1975-80). It depicts a male baby, touching and looking at his penis.

The right hand side bottom of the poster reads "La Revue Sexpol" (Photo Instituto W.R. - Mexico).

Caption

"Il s'agit d'affirmer pleinement,
d'aider et de protéger les
manifestations naturelles de la vie chez le nouveau-né,
l'enfant, l'adolescent, la femme et l'homme,
d'une façon qui exclue à jamais
toute supercherie sociale"
Wilhelm Reich
"It is a question of fully affirming, of aiding and safeguarding, the free and healthy life manifestations of the newborn, of children, adolescents, women and men, in an unmistakable manner which forever excludes any social fraud -- or of suppressing and ruining them, no matter with what ideology or alibi, whether in the interest of this or that state, whether "proletarian" or "capitalistic," or for this or that religion."
Wilhelm Reich, The Sexual Revolution, tr. unidentified

Spanish version

There is a Spanish version[2] which features the "Manifiesto Sexpol" (1936).




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