Fear Of Freedom Is Withholding Of Love: Jack Nicholson

by Medindia Content Team on  December 13, 2007 at 2:50 PM AIDS/HIV News   - G J E 4
Fear Of Freedom Is Withholding Of Love:  Jack Nicholson
Oscar winner Jack Nicholson is accusing fascists of using sexually transmitted diseases like AIDS as a weapon to "repress sensuality".

The randy actor, who is said to have slept with 2000 women, believes that with the discovery of AIDS, the free world he loved so much came to an end.

"In my lifetime, from World War II on, life got freer and freer until herpes, then Aids. That was the end - ask any bar owner. Once this idea that you can die from sex got into people's heads, it became a weapon in the hands of stiff, erect, martinet father/parent fascists to repress sensuality," Contactmusic quoted him as saying.

"When you start doing that, society gets rigid, and social life as I knew it was over, fast. I loved that era, and it's gone. Everything is about infections now. Anybody under 30 has never known the freedom I knew. They're frightened. They have no idea about alternative lifestyles.

"Freedom's never been part of the air they breathe. Naturally, I reacted differently to this fear of freedom, because it's a fear of feeling. I'm not talking about being profligate with sex and drugs. Fear of freedom is a withholding of love, and it's unyielding," he added.

Source: ANI

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