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" Tarnowsky observes that all pederasts are agreed that the common people are tolerably indifferent to their sexual advances, which they call "gentlemen's games." A correspondent remarks on "the fact, patent to all observers, that simple folk not infrequently... "
Sexual Inversion - Sivu 15
tekijä(t) Havelock Ellis - 1901 - 272 sivua
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A Problem in Modern Ethics: Being an Inquiry Into the Phenomenon of Sexual ...

John Addington Symonds - 1895 - 135 sivua
...even take into account the fact, patent to experienced observers, that simple folk not unfrequently display no greater disgust for the abnormalities of sexual appetite than they do for its normal manifestations^*) (*) See Tamowsky about the opinion of the lower classes in St. Petersburg, of. «'/.,...

Sexual Inversion

Havelock Ellis - 1915 - 391 sivua
...(speaking of Marshal Changarnier) is quoted: En Afrique nous en ftions tous, mais lui en cst resif id. This primitive indifference is doubtless also...knows of many cases in which men of lower class were nattered and pleased by the attentions of men of higher class, although not themselves inverted. And...

Studies in the Psychology of Sex: Sexual inversion

Havelock Ellis - 1915
...factors (congenital abnormality and the isolation of imprisonment) have to be considered. In Russia, Tarnowsky observes that all pederasts are agreed that...knows of many cases in which men of lower class were nattered and pleased by the attentions of men of higher class, although not themselves inverted. And...

Whitman's Poetry of the Body: Sexuality, Politics, and the Text

M. Jimmie Killingsworth - 1991 - 218 sivua
...Grosskurth in her biography of Ellis [187]) agreed with "Q"'s analysis of class attitudes and alluded to "the fact, patent to all observers, that simple folk...abnormalities of sexual appetite than they do for its normal manifestations" (Ellis and Symonds 9-11). Alfred Kinsey found that a similar relaxed attitude prevailed...
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We are Everywhere: A Historical Sourcebook of Gay and Lesbian Politics

Mark Blasius, Shane Phelan - 1997 - 844 sivua
...even take into account the fact, patent to experienced observers, that simple folk not unfrequently display no greater disgust for the abnormalities of sexual appetite than they do for its normal manifestations. Die krankhaften Erscheinungen des Geschlechtssinnes. B. Tarnowsky. Berlin, Hirschwald,...
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Sexology Uncensored: The Documents of Sexual Science

Lucy Bland, Laura Doan - 1999 - 261 sivua
...games." A correspondent remarks on "the fact, patent to all observers, that simple folk not unfrequently display no greater disgust for the abnormalities of sexual appetite than they do for its normal manifestations." He knows of many cases in which men of lower class were flattered and pleased by the...
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The Secret Life of Oscar Wilde

Neil McKenna - 2005 - 539 sivua
...some cases is highly passionate and romantic. Another anonymous correspondent told Ellis how it was a fact, 'patent to all observers, that simple folk not...abnormalities of sexual appetite than they do for its normal manifestations'. He went on to tell Ellis 'of many cases in which men of the lower class were flattered...
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