From Brave New World Revisited By Aldous Huxley:
It is worth remarking that, in 1984, the members of the party are compelled to conform to a sexual ethic of more than Puritan severity. In Brave New World, on the other hand, all are permitted to indulge their sexual impulses without let or hindrance. The society described in Orwell’s fable is a society permanently at war (Like America now), and the aim of its rulers is first, of course, to exercise power for its own delightful sake and, second, to keep their subjects in that state of constant tension which a state of constant war demands of those who wage it. By crusading against sexuality the bosses are able to maintain the required tension in their followers and at the same time can satisfy their lust for power in a most gratifying way. The Society described in the Brave New World is a world state, in which war has been eliminated and where the first aim of the rulers is at all costs to keep their subjects from making trouble. This they achieve by (among other methods) legalizing a degree of sexual freedom (made possible by the abolition of the family (i.e. Feminism)) that practically guarantees the Brave New Worlders against any form of destructive (or creative) emotional tension. In 1984 the lust for power is satisfied by inflicting pain; in Brave New World, by inflicting a hardly less humiliating pleasure.
FYI, while both books are extremely applicable to our world today because they both deal with the mind control, 1984 was really a book showing what happened when the bolsheviks took over and murdered 66 million White Christians, while Brave New World is what is transpiring as we speak and has been our whole lives. Neither are fiction in the least and there is more truth in them than any of the books you read in the public indoctrination centers falsely called schools!