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Manipulation of Inter-gender Relationships in Nineteen Eighty Four Is love a simple hobby of the past That is the idea taken from George Orwells Nineteen Eighty Four In a struggle to sort the truth from altered history Winston Smith stumbles upon an enemy so great that not even Big Brother could totally erase This enemy is called love To protect loyalty to the party all non social or strictly non procreative inter gender relationships are eliminated from Inner and Outer parties Nineteen Eighty Four shows that inter gender relationships are easily manipulated and destroyed by government regulations social views and fear The relationships between males females are easily manipulated by government regulations in the novel One method of achieving this is done by not allowing non procreative sex between couples This is used to preserve all loyalty to the party By engaging in sexual activity the couples purpose is to procreate on behalf of the party Sex is illegal for all other purposes Big Brother can disallow a couple to be married if he believes that the couple has other purposes for marriage other than having children The aim of the party was not merely to prevent men and women from forming loyalties which might not be able to control Its real undeclared purpose was to remove all pleasures from the sexual act Not love so much as eroticism was the enemy inside marriage as well as outside it All marriages between Party members had to be approved by a committee appointed for the purpose and thought the principle was never clearly stated-permission was always refused it the couple concerned gave the impression of being physically attracted to one another The only recognizable purpose of marriage was to beget children for the 2 service of the Party Big Brother also sought to create a sense of
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