Lady Chatterley's Lover

What is Clifford's idea about the significance or insignificance of sex?

Lady Chatterley's Lover - Novel by D. H. Lawrence

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Clifford is ambivalent about sex. When his friends ask his opinion about sex, he gives he simply states that sex "perfects the intimacy" between woman and man. Clifford is reluctant to talk about sex, especially in terms of a stereotypical man. The subject makes him "uneasy as a woman in such talk."