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The aggressive stage passes into the third stage of childhood sexual development around three years of age and continues up until the fifth and sixth years.
The sex instructions given to 3- to 5-year-old on mating causes still further problems. Anchell is the author of many valuable books on this topic including: "Killers of Children;" and "What's Wrong with Sex Education." A Psychoanalytic Look at Today's Sex Education To explain why sex courses given in schools today from kindergarten through high school are so horrendously devastating, it will be helpful to mention first a few basic psychoanalytic facts concerning human sexuality before highlighting the sex material taught and the harm done to students in these courses.The psychoanalytic facts that will be briefly mentioned are generally well known, but because these sexual truths are in complete opposition to the sex tenets of the sex educators, students and much of the public have been misled into disregarding these important human sexual qualities.It can be readily seen in the innocent but unmistakable sensual excitement that the 3- to 5-yearold child exhibits when gleefully running about the room nude after a bath.Children should not be encouraged to linger in these early stages of childhood sexual development.The more two people are in love, the more they suffice for each other.
Intrusions of others into their sexual life arouse intense feelings of shame and resentment.
(From the very beginning it can be seen that natural sensual pleasure is united with life sustaining needs).
The sucking stage usually comes to an end around the second year of life at which time the child's main sensual pleasure is attained through expressions of aggressiveness.
It is only when love is lacking that people are able to share physical sex with others or in groups.
When this takes place, a regression occurs to a primitive state in which love plays no part.
For human sexuality to be complete, there must be a confluence, a coming together, of the affectionate and physical components of the sexual instinct.