Hunting Linked To Psychosexual Inadequacy & The 5 Phases Of A Hunter’s Life Of Sexual Frustration

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The Psychosexual Nature of Hunters & Hunting

BY BRENT LAMBERT • NOVEMBER 7, 2016 • NEUROSCIENCEPSYCHOLOGYSOCIETY • COMMENTS (0) • 120101

In his book, What Is Sport: A Controversial Essay About Why Humans Play Sports, social psychologist Rob Alpha explains how researchers with the Genetic Economic Analytics Group found the neurophysiological link between sex and a man’s desire to hunt. It turns out the same regions of the brain that are activated in the sex drive and orgasm are also activated by the compulsion to hunt and harvest animals. Renowned psychiatrist Dr. Karl Menninger (1893-1990), who was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Jimmy Carter in 1981, and is the namesake of the Menninger School of Psychiatry, wrote extensively about the Erotic Sadistic Motivation Theory of sport hunting. “Sadism may take a socially acceptable form [such as deer hunting and deer stalking] and other varieties of so-called ‘sport,’” he writes…

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1 thought on “Hunting Linked To Psychosexual Inadequacy & The 5 Phases Of A Hunter’s Life Of Sexual Frustration

  1. Just ewww – I think if that doctor wants to tinker with genetics, he ought to start by canceling out the Thanatos gene that people have since the beginning of their reign of terror on Earth.

    Think of what a peaceful world it would be.

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