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" A class in which homosexuality, while fairly distinct, is only slightly marked, is formed by the women to whom the actively inverted woman is most attracted. These women differ, in the first place, from the normal, or average, woman in that they are not... "
Studies in the Psychology of Sex ... - Page 220
by Havelock Ellis - 1921
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Sexual Inversion

Havelock Ellis, John Addington Symonds - Homosexuality - 1897 - 299 pages
...first place from the normal or average woman in that they are not repelled or disgusted by lover -like advances from persons of their own sex. They are not...whole, they are women who are not very robust and well-developed, physically or nervously, and who are not well adopted for child-bearing, but who still...
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Sexual Inversion

Havelock Ellis - Homosexuality - 1901 - 272 pages
...the average man, though to this rule there are many exceptions. Their faces may be plain or ill made, but not seldom they possess good figures: a point...robust and well developed, physically or nervously, and who are not well adapted for child-bearing, but who still possess many excellent qualities, and...
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Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 2

Havelock Ellis - Paraphilias - 1906
...the average man, though to this rule there are many exceptions. Their faces may be plain or ill made, but not seldom they possess good figures: a point...robust and well developed, physically or nervously, and who are not well adapted for child-bearing, but who still possess many excellent qualities, and...
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Studies in the Psychology of Sex: Sexual inversion

Havelock Ellis - Pregnancy - 1915
...to kiss each other, which was very many times a dny. custom, the localized physical excitement haa practically disappeared, and I am no longer obsessed...robust and well developed, physically or nervously, and who are not well adapted for child-bearing, but who still possess many excellent qualities, and...
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Sexual Inversion

Havelock Ellis - Homosexuality - 1915 - 391 pages
...excitement has practically disappeared, and I am no longer obsessed by imagined embraces. The spiritual aide of our affection seems to have grown steadily stronger...robust and well developed, physically or nervously, and who are not well adapted for child-bearing, but who still possess many excellent qualities, and...
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Sexual Inversion

Havelock Ellis - Homosexuality - 1915 - 391 pages
...our affection seems to have grown steadily stronger and more profitable since the physical side haa been allowed to take its natural place." A class in...robust and well developed, physically or nervously, and who are not well adapted for child-bearing, but who still possess many excellent qualities, and...
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History of Homosexuality in Europe and America

Wayne R. Dynes, Stephen Donaldson - Social Science - 1992 - 420 pages
...in that they are not repelled or disgusted by lover-like advances from persons of their own sex. . . .Their faces may be plain or ill-made but not seldom...weight with the inverted woman than beauty of face . . . ; they are of strongly affectionate nature . . . and they are always womanly [emphasis mine]....
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The Practice of Love: Lesbian Sexuality and Perverse Desire

Teresa De Lauretis - Psychology - 1994 - 331 pages
...thus common 16. Cf. Havelock Ellis's description of the "womanly" invert some thirty years earlier: "A class in which homosexuality, while fairly distinct,...weight with the inverted woman than beauty of face. . . . One may, perhaps, say that they are the pick of the women whom the average man would pass by....
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Nineteenth-century Writings on Homosexuality: A Sourcebook

Chris White - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 374 pages
...average man, though to this rule there are many exceptions. Their faces may he plain or ill-made, hut not seldom they possess good figures, a point which...to carry more weight with the inverted woman than heauty of face. ...The actively inverted woman differs from the woman of the class just mentioned in...
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