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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 14 haulle The sexually inverted person does not usually possess any gross exaggeration of these....
" The sexually inverted person does not usually possess any gross exaggeration of these signs of community with the opposite sex. But, as we have seen, there are a considerable number of more subtle approximations to the opposite sex in inverted persons,... "
Studies in the Psychology of Sex - Sivu 184
tekijä(t) Havelock Ellis - 1906
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Bulletin of the Medico-Legal Congress: Held ... in the City of New York ...

1898 - 481 sivua
...we might say that at conception the organism is provided with fifty per cent, of male germs, fifty per cent. of female germs, and that as development proceeds, either the male or female germs get the upper hand killing out those of the other sex until only a few abortive germs...

Sexual Inversion

Havelock Ellis - 1915 - 391 sivua
...not an explanation. It merely crystallizes into an epigram the superficial impression of tie matter.1 We can probably grasp the nature of the abnormality...the male or the female germs assume the upper hand, until in the maturely developed individual only a few aborted germs of the opposite sex are left. In...

Studies in the Psychology of Sex: Sexual inversion

Havelock Ellis - 1915
...spurs which are so large and formidable in her lord, and sometimes she develops a capacity to erow, or puts on male plumage. Among mammals the male possesses...the male or the female germs assume the upper hand, until in the maturely developed individual only a few aborted, germs of the opposite sex are left....

Sexual Inversion

Havelock Ellis - 1915 - 391 sivua
...Putting the matter in a purely speculative shape, it may be said that at conception the organism ia provided with about 50 per cent. of male germs and...the male or the female germs assume the upper hand, until in the maturely developed individual only a few aborted, germs of the opposite sex are left....

Studies in the Psychology of Sex ...

Havelock Ellis - 1921
...not an explanation. It merely crystallizes into an epigram the superficial impression of the matter.1 We can probably grasp the nature of the abnormality...the male or the female germs assume the upper hand, until in the maturely developed individual only a few aborted. germs of the opposite sex are left....

Disorderly Conduct: Visions of Gender in Victorian America

Carroll Smith-Rosenberg - 1986 - 357 sivua
...might say that at conception the organism is provided with fifty percent of male germs, fifty percent of female germs, and that as development proceeds, either the male or female germs get the upper hand, killing out those of the other sex until only a few abortive germs...
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Queering the Canon: Defying Sights in German Literature and Culture

Christoph Lorey, John L. Plews - 1998 - 498 sivua
...appear at conception in all organisms. Ellis's organism at conception contained for all human beings "about 50 per cent of male germs and about 50 per cent of female germs" (132). The invert's germs, whose male or female components failed to "assume the upper hand" (133),...
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Bisexuality: A Critical Reader

Merl Storr - 1999 - 230 sivua
...on the physical and on the psychical side. Puuing the mauer in a purely speculative shape, it may he said that at conception the organism is provided with...hand, killing out those of the other sex, until in the mamrely developed individual only a few of the aborted germs of the opposite sex are lefL In the homosexual...
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Nineteenth-century Writings on Homosexuality: A Sourcebook

Chris White - 1999 - 374 sivua
...he said that at conception the organism is provided with ahout 50 per cent, of male germs and ahout 50 per cent, of female germs, and that as development...until in the maturely developed individual only a few ahorted germs of the opposite sex are left. In the homosexual person, however, and in the psychosexual...
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Bisexuality: A Critical Reader

Merl Storr - 1999 - 230 sivua
...he said that at conception the organism is provided with ahout 50 per cent, of male germs and ahout 50 per cent, of female germs, and that as development...until in the maturely developed individual only a few of the ahorted germs of the opposite sex are left. In the homosexual person, however, and in the psychosexual...
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