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abnormal affection Alienist appears beautiful became began believe bisexual boys character child clitoris congenital congenital inversion desire doubt early Edward Carpenter emotional English erotic dreams especially excitement experience fact father fellatio felt female feminine frequently friendship German girls hair hermaphroditism heterosexual Hirschfeld homo homosexual Homosexualitat hypertrichosis ideal imagine influence interest inverted women Iwan Bloch J. A. Symonds Jahrbuch fiir sexuelle kiss Krafft-Ebing later less lived male manifestations marriage married masculine masturbation Moll moral mother mutual masturbation Nacke nature nervous never normal opposite sex Oscar Wilde paiderastia passion pederasty penis perversion phenomena physical play pleasure possess prevalence probably prostitutes psychic puberty regarded relationship remarks seems sexual feeling sexual impulse sexual instinct sexual inversion sexual organs sexuelle Zwischenstufen social sodomy sometimes Symonds temperament things thought tion tramps tribadism usually woman young youth
Sivu 345 - Any male person who, in public or private, commits, or is a party to the commission of, or procures or attempts to procure the commission by any male person of, any act of gross indecency with another male person...
Sivu 352 - But nature makes that mean : so, over that art Which you say adds to nature, is an art That nature makes. You see, sweet maid, we marry A gentler scion to the wildest stock, And make conceive a bark of baser kind By bud of nobler race : this is an art Which does mend nature, change it rather, but The art itself is nature.
Sivu 218 - A class of women to be first mentioned, 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 repelled or disgusted by lover-like advances from persons of their own sex. They are not usually attractive to the average man, though to this rule there are many exceptions.
Sivu 306 - ... side. Putting the matter in a purely speculative shape, it may be said that at conception the organism is provided with about 50 per cent. of male germs and about 50 per cent. of female germs, and that, as development proceeds, either the male or the female germs assume the upper hand, killing out those of the other sex, until in the maturely developed individual only a few aborted germs of the opposite sex are left.
Sivu 345 - gross indecency" between males, however privately committed, has been since 1885 a penal offense.1 The clause is open to criticism. With the omission of the words "or private," it would be sound and in harmony with the most enlightened European legislation; but it must be pointed out that an act only becomes indecent when those who perform it or witness it regard it as indecent. The act which brought each of us into the world is not indecent; it would become so if carried on in public. If two male...
Sivu 139 - In his fifteenth year puberty commenced with nocturnal emissions, and, at the same time, he began to masturbate, and continued to do so about once a week, or once a fortnight, during a period of eight months; always with a feeling that that was a poor satisfaction and repulsive. His thoughts were not directed either to males or females while masturbating. He spoke to his father about these signs of puberty, and by his father's advice he entirely abandoned onanism; he only resumed the practice, to...
Sivu 46 - Then they would hug, and play, and toy, and go out by couples into another room on the same floor to be married, as they called...
Sivu 258 - While men are allowed freedom, the sexual field of women is becoming restricted to trivial flirtation with the opposite sex, and to intimacy with their own sex; having been taught independence of men and disdain for the old theory which placed women in the moated grange of the home to sigh for a man who never comes, a tendency develops for women to carry this independence still further and to find love where they find work.
Sivu 106 - Though having solid sense and character, he need not be specially intellectual. If endowed in the latter way, he must not be too glib or refined. Anything effeminate in a man, or anything of the cheap intellectual style, repels me very decisively. "I have never had to do with actual pederasty, so called.
Sivu 218 - One may, perhaps, say that they are the pick of the women whom the average man would pass by. No doubt, this is often the reason why they are open to homosexual advances, but I do not think it is the sole reason. So far as they may be said to constitute a class, they seem to possess a genuine, though not precisely sexual, preference for women over men, and it is this coldness, rather than lack of charm, which often renders men rather indifferent to them.