As the novel progresses, we find out more about the junior anti-sex league, and how they campaign the idea that sexual relations are something to be ashamed of and it is only for the purpose of creating children. This idea is prominent in today's society concerning many religious beliefs, some stating that sex is a sin unless it is preformed within a marriage and as an act to create children. Orwell is very adornment on the role the junior anti- sex league plays in 1984's society. Winston's reactions to female party members hints that he could subconsciously remembers a time without the anti-sex league.