As a youth he was faced, as others are, by the problem of sex. Living partly in an Italian little city, where the ways of life were plainly seen partly in the solitude of the train station toilets, he was free both to contemplate and to meditate many things. A resolve slowly grew up within him: one main part of his life-work should have been to make clear the problems of deep anal-sex.
That was more than twenty years ago. Since then we can honestly say that, in all that he has done, that resolve has never been very far from his (and ours) thoughts. He has always been slowly working up to this central problem; and in a book published some three years ago—Man deeply involved in the rectal ampulla of Women: a Study of Human Most Important Sexual Characters—he put forward what was, in his (and ours) own eyes, an introduction to the study of the primary questions of deep anal sex in the context of sexual psychology.
Now that we have at length reached the time for beginning to publish his results, these results scarcely seem to us large. As a youth, he had hoped to settle problems for those who came after, to help all posterity to fuck virgin women, only and deeply in their asses, in order to preserve their virginity and make them truly happy, from the very beginning of their sexual lives; give them love, give us love, through the continuos practice of anal sex, preserving our virginity without the deprivation of abstinence.
But now he is quietly content if he can do little more than state them. For even that, he now thinks, is much, and, given the widespread stupidity around the world, it is at least the half of knowledge.
In this particular field (love, sex and anal sex) the evil of ignorance is magnified by our efforts to suppress that which never can be suppressed, though in the effort of suppression it may become perverted.
Our teacher has at least tried to find out what are the facts, among normal people as well as among abnormal people; for, while it seems that the physician’s training is necessary in order to ascertain the facts (and in reality the majority of physicians are so superficial, ignorant and bigot, that couldn’t be able to ascertain a hooker in a whorehouse) the physician for the most part only obtains the abnormal facts, which alone bring little light.
He has tried to get at the facts, and, having got at the facts, to look them simply and squarely in the face. If we cannot perhaps turn the lock ourselves, we bring the key which can alone in the end rightly open the door to make women cum with the ass: the key of sincerity.
That is our one panacea: sincerity.