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Confin Psychiatr. 1980;23(3):133-45.

[Anthropology of sexually deviant behavior. Polarizing structures].

[Article in German]

Abstract

Based on observations of sexual pathology and the findings of psychoanalysis the polarizing character of sexual deviations is presented with its phenomenons. Two kinds of sexual behavior, called 'receptive' and 'processive', are especially characterized. In the light of actual anthropological views it is made evident that it is a question of a fundamental reference system that is not confined to an 'abnormal' or 'normal' sexual conduct, but which founds every human communication.

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