What is the desired result of scientific reproduction in the novel 1984 by George Orwell?

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The desired result is to eliminate pleasure from sex. Sex should only happen in order to reproduce. If there is pleasure, people become emotionally attached, and The Party wanted to isolate and alienate everyone. However, affairs between Party members still happen, although secretly.

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