Quotes About Deviant

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“Like symbolism, decadence puts forth the idea that the function of literature is to evoke impressions and 'correspondences', rather than to realistically depict the world. ... the decadent aestheticized decay and took pleasure in perversity. In decadent literature, sickness is preferable to health, not only because sickness was regarded as more interesting, but because sickness was construed as subversive, as a threat to the very fabric of society. By embracing the marginal, the unhealthy and the deviant, the decadents attacked bourgeois life, which they perceived as the chief enemy of art.”
Asti Hustvedt

“By living a life “against nature,” the deviant or pervert becomes a hero or heroine in decadent fiction.”
Asti Hustvedt, The Decadent Reader: Fiction, Fantasy, and Perversion from Fin-de-Siècle France

“Power,' as the sociologist Nachman Ben-Yehuda writes, 'enters the picture in two ways': the first entails constructing and legitimizing the moral system itself; the second, in enforcing it. In this view, 'deviants are those who simply do not have enough power to prevent others from defining them as such'.”
Shuli Barzilai, Tales of Bluebeard and His Wives from Late Antiquity to Postmodern Times

Mehmet Murat ildan
“Peace is an innocent child hated by some deviant and those who hate him will find no peace ever in their lives!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

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