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Inside this Book – Man is the passenger of woman, not only at the time of his birth, but also during their sexual relations, hence the taboo against incest as a vicious circle, or rather, voyage. 2 Paraphrasing Samuel Buder, we could say that the female is the means that the male found to reproduce himself, that is to say, to come to the world. In this sense, woman is the first means of transportation for the species, its very first vehicle, the second would be the horse [monture^ with the enigma of the coupling of dissimilar bodies fitted out for the migration, the common voyage. Pack animals, saddled horses, or draught horses – the metabolic vehicles present themselves as the exemplary products of a scorned zoophilia, forgotten with the rejection of bestiality. At the origin of domestication, woman preceded the raised and bred animal, the first form of economy, even before slavery and husbandry. She begins this movement that will lead to the pastoral societies, patriarchal societies organized for war, beyond the primordial hunt. In feet, it is at the close of these first acts of carnage that what is to come is first sketched out: war. From the animal hunt for the purpose of immediate subsistence, we pass on to the hunt for woman in passing on to the hunt for man. But this hunt is already more than a slaughter, an execution; it is a capture, the capture of iemale livestock. The waste of energy ceases, as far as the female sex, once the males are again executed and consumed. This is the case practically up to the agricultural stage that will see the institutionalization of slavery, thanks to the taking of men as prisoners.
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