polymorphous perverse


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polymorphous perverse

adj.
Characterized by or displaying sexual tendencies that are not focused on the genitals, posited by Freudian psychoanalytic theory to be characteristic of early or childish stages of psychosexual development.
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By this I obviously mean autoeroticism of a polymorphous perverse nature, not limited by genital organization.
And it is in this exploration of human potency by both of the characters that Puig injects the concept of the polymorphous perverse into the relationship between Valentin and Molina, with Valentin permitting Molina to bathe him after the diarrhea and Molina permitting Valentin to make love to him, what Elisabeth Badinter (1995) calls "an act of pure tenderness" (p.
Talking about the sexual dichotomy of a drag queen, Bright declares her mantra: "You can not only have it both ways, you can have it ALL ways, which is many more than two and looks a lot like infinity." Bright rejoices in the polymorphous perverse: She wants us to revel in every bit of who we are as sexual beings.
The '90's are a Ridiculous moment, is the comic and the tragic green world, the polymorphous perverse, ever well behaved?
E disperses the focus of desire from penetration to a polymorphous perverse sensuality.