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A perversion like exhibitionism is a metaphor illuminating the stereotypically masculine. An eating disorder such as bulimia provides a metaphor illuminating the stereotypically feminine. It also fits the account given of perversion. Stereotypes for masculine and feminine, though cultivated in social expectations, are rooted in the infant fantasy world. One is fascinated with the fate of what one has ejected projected.

This contributes to a groundwork for masculinity and exhibitionism. One is fascinated Naughty homosexual chap gets stuffed ambivalent about what one takes in introjects which contributes to a groundwork for femininity and bulimia. Genitalia are discovered subsequently, as appropriate representations of these options.

Our capacity to be socialized into gender roles, and our discovery of our genitalia en route to this socialization, are foreshadowed by these deeper and earlier styles. Sugar and spice and everything nice; that's what little girls are made of.

Snips and snails and puppy dog's tails; that's what little boys are made of. This paper will consider some implications of the Naughty homosexual chap gets stuffed role stereotypes of masculinity and femininity, and what these have to do with perversion and with eating disorders. Then I will set these observations in a context of speculation about infant fantasy life and how this sets the stage for sex role socialization.

The general outline of the stereotypes is pretty familiar: Boys are supposedly dirty, competitive, into mischief, and grow into men who are rough, domineering, who are sexually preoccupied, swear, belch, take pride in passing gas, and are generally crude.

The unmistakable nuance of the quoted nursary rhyme is that boys are rather disgusting. When they grow up, maybe they'll be perverts, eventually, dirty old men with lecherous interest in young girls. The female's prospects are equally dismal. One might respond with disgust to the excessive sweetness of the image of little girls: If they can get their Naughty homosexual chap gets stuffed to conform to the prevailing standards men will want to "get inside them.

Within this portrait I am struck with how we seem ready to think of perversion as a male phenomena, though, of course, women can display the characteristically male perversions. Similarly, we seem ready to assume that eating disorders are more a phenomenon of women, even though men can and do have eating disorders. Louise Kaplan, in Female Perversions,[1] has recently deliniated masculine and feminine perversions. Drawing from Kaplan, and also from Robert Stoller's Perversion: The Erotic Form Of Hatred,[2] I am finding it helpful to think of masculine perversion as a sort of angry caricature of a masculine stereotype.

Exhibitionism, or "flashing", is a particularly good example of this parody of crude Naughty homosexual chap gets stuffed disgusting masculine sexuality prophesized in the nursury rhyme account of what little boys are made of.

Kaplan includes eating disorders on her list of the "feminine perversions,"[3] and it strikes me that anorxia, bulimia, and obesity may all represent dramatically "perverse" statements about the expectation that one be ones body as a sexually attractive container for the male's crude desire. My suggestion, then, is that both masculine and Naughty homosexual chap gets stuffed perversions represent a mix of fascination, anger, and repugnance about something related to the expectations of ones Naughty homosexual chap gets stuffed role.

The authors of the Diagnostic And Statistical Manual -- III Revised[4] elected to replace the pejorative term "perversion" with the less plainly judgmental term "paraphelias. Of course Freud, in his Three Essays On Sexuality[5] contended that perversion is normal, that we are all "polymorphously perverse": But something rather central is lost if we try to bypass the element of evaluation in perversity by presenting it as normal. Perhaps part of Freud's motivation for highlighting the "normalcy" of perverse inclinatations was to move us away from the judgmental aspect of the term, but then we lose a key strand of the meaning of the concept and of the phenomena the concept seeks to cover.

Perversions generally are an eroticized fascination with the repugnant; they have to do with being drawn toward something the agent also finds repellent or repugnant.

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Let us amplify this notion of the repugnant. It is common in adolescence, when one youth shows a romantic interest in another, and the advance is not wanted, that the derogatory response will be to say or imply that the suitor "nauseates me. Persons, deeds, inclinations, things utterly reprehensible, all may be met with, "That makes me sick.

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If there is negation in the human unconscious, nausea captures it. Nothing could be a more natural language of the human body's expressing its utter rejection of something than to treat it as something to be expelled by vomit [6].

To vomit something is to treat it as repellant, and to declare, "This is utterly foreign to me. I do not want this in me. I do not want this to be a part of me.

I cannot and I will not digest it. I want nothing to do with it.

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So, what is repugnant? Paradigms here are excrement, spit, urine, blood, and intestines. An interesting fact about this family of items is that they are all ordinarily contained within the body. Further, they are typically unproblematic to someone who contemplates them, so long as they are contained where they are supposed to be.