On the subject of homosexuality: What Freud said

@article{Flanders2016OnTS,
  title={On the subject of homosexuality: What Freud said},
  author={Sara Flanders and François Ladame and Anders Carlsberg and Petra Heymanns and Despina Naziri and Denny Panitz},
  journal={The International Journal of Psychoanalysis},
  year={2016},
  volume={97},
  pages={933 - 950}
}
The article explores Freud's writing on homosexuality, from his early hypotheses, expressed in his letters to Fleiss to his last observations in The Outline of Psychoanalysis, published in 1940 after his death. We trace the continuities as well as changes in his thinking, and have organized the paper conceptually, under the headings: 1) Bisexuality 2) Narcissism and Object choice, 3) On Normality and Pathology, and 4) The Quantitative factor and Aggression. We show that Freud was the first to… 

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