Femininities, Masculinities, Sexualities: Freud and Beyond

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University Press of Kentucky - Law
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Contents

Rethinking Freud on Women
1
Heterosexuality As a Compromise Formation
33
Individuality and Difference in How Women and Men Love
70
Notes
93
References
115
Index
127
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Page 6 - That is all I had to say to you about femininity. It is certainly incomplete and fragmentary and does not always sound friendly. But do not forget that I have only been describing women in so far as their nature is determined by their sexual function. It is true that that influence extends very far; but we do not overlook the fact that an individual woman may be a human being in other respects as well.
Page 7 - The girl's Oedipus complex is much simpler than that of the small bearer of the penis; in my experience, it seldom goes beyond the taking of her mother's place and the adopting of a feminine attitude toward her father.
Page 6 - The Dissolution of the Oedipus Complex," "Some Psychical Consequences of the Anatomical Distinction between the Sexes...

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