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The Fundamental Motives
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actual adopted aesthetic appear aroused aspects associated attire attitude beauty become bodily Borghese Collection castration complex chapter civilised collar colour consideration conventional corresponding costume course crinoline decollete desire display distinction effect elements Ernest Jones erotic essential exhibitionism exhibitionistic exposure extent fact factors fashion feeling female forms of decoration function garments genital Gerald Heard greater Haute Couture Havelock Ellis hobble skirt homosexual human hygienic ideal importance individual influence inhibition instance interest kind Knight Dunlap legs less Loie Fuller male manifestations matter men's dress ment modern modesty modish moral motives movement naked body nakedness Narcissism nature ornamental perhaps persons phallic symbolism phallus pleasure point of view possible present primitive principle protection psycho psycho-analytic psychological realisation recent reform regard relatively sartorial satisfaction seems sexual skin skirt social Stratz style sublimation super-ego tendency tends tion trousers unconscious uniforms wear wearer whole woman women worn