Reading "The White Counterpane" and "The Contrabands" chapter of The Fanatics side by side, we see Dunbar drawing attention to a racist double-standard that interprets men's attachments to their mothers--and men's perceived gender deviance in general--in opposing ways on the basis of race, a double-standard that manifested repeatedly in the sexological
discourse of his era.
Within Krafft-Ebing's sexological
system, two potentially contradictory theories of sexual perversion uneasily co-exist.
research since Alfred Kinsey's foundational work in the
depending on the specialty of the involved experts and the objectives submitted to the expert, there are divided into: simple and complex, the latest in turn being divided depending on the specialty of the involved experts (psychiatric and psychological, psychiatric and narcological, psychiatric and sexological
, forensic psychiatry, etc.);
Benadusi begins by tracing existing models of virility that emerged during and after the unification of Italy and sketching out the development of sexological
discourses on male inversion from the late nineteenth century onwards.
Although Merleau-Ponty can be said to present a view of human sexuality that remains significantly biologically-attuned, the biology being revealed here is of a distinctly different kind to that which dominates contemporary Western sexological
it may or may not be a coincidence (and I myself attach no ulterior significance to it), but is so happens that the overwhelming majority of the sexological
pioneers were Jews (Haeberle 1982:306).
In his article "La Danse contre seins" (19) that is, the scene in which Andrde and Albertine dance bosom to bosom and arouse the Narrator's suspicions about their true sexual leanings (artp 3: 191), Antoine Compagnon draws on contemporary sexological
opinions about the erogenous, even orgasmic potential of touching the breast (Havelock Ellis, Krafft-Ebing).
* Recalling that sex addiction is a fairly new concept, we can observe the historical and cultural context from which the movement emerged--not a sexological
context as much as a narrative about fear, danger, powerlessness, and victimization.
Tracing the development of sexological
literature, and the histories of romantic friendships amongst women, Duder provides an excellent model for other historians of sexuality to follow.
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Dedicated to the memory of Krafft-Ebing, whom Prime-Stevenson had met and been encouraged by (see Gifford, "Introduction" 25), The Intersexes serves as a kind of guidebook--a layman's sexological
Pilgrim's Progress--for homosexuality (for particularly Bunyanesque passages, see The Intersexes 5, 122).