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BDSM/fetish bibliography, sorted by author: C


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[Cab01] Cabanès, Augustin, 1901
Curious Cases of Flagellation in France. Considered From a Legal, Medical, and Historical Standpoint. With Reference to Analogous Cases in England, Germany, Italy, America, Australia and the Soudan.
2nd edition
Publisher: Privately printed, London
Notes:  269 pages. Privately printed for subscribers of Dr. Cabanès' "Bypaths of History". Year doubtful.
[Cab97] Cabanès, Augustin, 1897
The Curious Bypaths of History Followed by a Fascinating Study of Flagellation in France From a Literary, Medical, and Historical Standpoint
Publisher: MISSING, ? (London?)
Notes:  Translation from French.
[Cab99] Cabanès, Augustin, 1899
La Flagellation dans l'histoire et la littérature
Publisher: Daix frères, Clermont (Oise)
Language: French
Notes:  20 pages
[Cad31] Cadivec, Edith (i.e. Edith Kadivec), 1931
Bekenntnisse und Erlebnisse
Publisher: Avalun, Hellerau-Dresden
Language: German
Notes:  Privately printed, 346 pages. First edition, very few copies. Newer editions censored in Germany.
[Cad32] Cadivec, Edith (i.e. Edith Kadivec), 1932
Eros, der Sinn meines Lebens
Publisher: Avalun, Rahnitz-Hellerau
Language: German
Notes:  Privately printed, 322 pages. Newer editions censored in Germany.
[Cad26] Cadwé, Edith (i.e. Edith Kadivec), 1926
Mein Schicksal
Publisher: Astraverlag, Wien
Language: German
Notes:  196 pages
[Cag00] Cagliostro (i.e. Arne Hoffmann), 2000
Das Cagliostro-Lesebuch
Publisher: Marterpfahl Verlag, Nehren
Language: German
[Cag97] Cagliostro (i.e. Arne Hoffmann), 1997
Neue Leiden
Publisher: Charon, Hamburg
Language: German
Notes:  254 pages.
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Cag98] Cagliostro (i.e. Arne Hoffmann), 1998
Hummeln fallen waagrecht
Publisher: Seitenblick, Siegburg
Language: German
[Cag99] Cagliostro (i.e. Arne Hoffmann), 1999
Vagina Dentata
Publisher: Charon, Hamburg
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Cag00a] Cagnola, Matteo, 2000
Matteo Cagnola
In: Schlagzeilen, Vol. 54, 2000, pp. 16-19
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Cai81] Caien, Jacques, 1981
Obsessions, rites et fétiches
(Obsessions, rites and fetishes)
In: Confrontations Psychiatriques, Vol. 20, 1981, pp. 145-161
Language: French
Abstract:  "Discusses the similarities between obsessional behavior and perverse fetishism. In both cases, the rites of the patient are repetitions that serve 2 purposes: They fulfill feelings of narcissistic megalomania that sustain the rhythmic activity, and they eroticize the temporal segments that represent its support. Immobilized as a fetish object, the obsessive patient's time follows a circular movement." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cai88] Caien, Jacques, 1988
Introduction à la discussion sur les perversions
In: Psychologie Médicale, Vol. 20, No. 10, 1988, pp. 1423-1424
Language: French with English abstract
Abstract:  "Discusses sexual perversion, or paraphilia, from clinical, dynamic, and topical perspectives. The importance of paraphilia to the understanding of psychodynamics and various types of psychopathology (including neurosis) is described in relation to psychoanalysis and other forms of psychotherapy, and the presence of paraphilia throughout cultural history is noted. Fetishism is identified as the common dynamic of all forms of paraphilia." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cai68] Cain, J., 1968
From Masoch to masochism
In: Annales Médico-Psychologiques, Vol. 1, No. 4, 1968, pp. 621
Language: French
Abstract:  "Describes Sacher Masoch as having been 'as much a voyeur, exhibitionist, fetishist, as masochist.' His masochistic pursuits were pure fantasy. Evidence of his origin and true identity remain obscure." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cal00] Califia, Pat, 2000
No Mercy
Publisher: Alyson, Boston, Mass.
[Cal79] Califia, Pat, 1979, 27.12.
A Secret Side of Lesbian Sexuality
In: The Advocate, 1979, 27.12., pp. 19-23
[Cal79a] Califia, Pat, 1979
Lesbian Sexuality
In: Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 4, No. 3, 1979, pp. 255-266
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Cal80] Califia, Pat, 1980
Sapphistry. The Book of Lesbian Sexuality.
1st edition
Publisher: Naiad Press, Tallahassee
[Cal80a] Califia, Pat, 1980, 17.4.
Among Us, Against Us: The New Puritans
In: The Advocate, 1980, 17.4., pp. ?-?
[Cal81] Califia, Pat, 1981
Sapphistrie. Das Buch der lesbischen Sexualität.
Publisher: sub rosa Frauenverlag
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → Cal80 by Alexandra Bartoszko.
[Cal81b] Califia, Pat, 1981
Feminism and Sadomasochism
In: Heresies, Vol. 12, 1981, pp. 30-34
[Cal81c] Califia, Pat, 1981
From Jessie
in: SAMOIS (ed.): Coming to Power; Writings and Graphics on Lesbian S/M, 1st edition, pp. 154-180
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Boston
[Cal83] Califia, Pat, 1983
Sapphistry. The Book of Lesbian Sexuality.
2nd edition
Publisher: Naiad Press, Tallahassee
[Cal83a] Califia, Pat, 1983
A secret side of lesbian sexuality
in: Weinberg, Thomas S. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.): S&M - Studies in Sadomasochism, pp. 129-136
Publisher: Prometheus Books, New York
[Cal85] Califia, Pat, 1985, 3.9.
See No Evil: An Update on the Feminist Antipornography Movement
In: The Advocate, 1985, 3.9., pp. 35-39
[Cal87] Califia, Pat, 1987
A personal view of the history of the lesbian S/M community and movement in San Francisco
in: SAMOIS (ed.): Coming to Power; Writings and Graphics on Lesbian S/M, 3rd revised and updated edition, pp. 245-283
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Boston
[Cal88] Califia, Pat, 1988
Macho Sluts
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Boston
Notes:  296 pages.
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Cal88a] Califia, Pat, 1988
Sapphistry. The Book of Lesbian Sexuality.
3rd revised edition
Publisher: Naiad Press, Tallahassee
[Cal90] Califia, Pat, 1990
Doc and Fluff. The Distopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker.
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Boston
[Cal91] Califia, Pat, 1991
The Advocate Advisor
Publisher: Alyson, Boston, Mass.
[Cal91a] Califia, Pat, 1991
The Power Exchange
in: (ed.): Skin Two Retro 1, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Tim Woodward, London
[Cal92] Califia, Pat, 1992
S&M Sicherheitshandbuch
Publisher: ikoo, MISSING
Language: German
Archived at: SMart-Rhein-Ruhr Archive, Dortmund
[Cal92a] Califia, Pat, 1992
Love and the Perfect Sadist
In: Skin Two, Vol. ?, 1992, pp. 42-47
[Cal93] Califia, Pat, 1993
Sensuous Magic. A Guide for Adventurous Lovers.
Publisher: Masquerade Books, New York
[Cal93a] Califia, Pat, 1993
Melting Point
Publisher: Alyson, Boston
[Cal94a] Califia, Pat, 1994
Public Sex: The Culture of Radical Sex
Publisher: Cleis Press, Pittsburgh, San Francisco
[Cal95] Califia, Pat, 1995
Sinnliche Magie. Ein Leitfaden für abenteuerlustige Paare.
Publisher: ikoo, Pullenreuth
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → Cal93.
[Cal95a] Califia, Pat, 1995
Blood Mysteries: Are Cutting and Bloodsports a Women's Thing?
In: Cuir Underground, Vol. 2, No. 2, 1995, pp. ?-?
[Cal96] Califia, Pat, 1996
A House Divided: Violence in the Lesbian S/M Community
in: Califia, Pat / Sweeney, Robin (ed.): The Second Coming: A Leatherdyke Reader, pp. 264-274
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Los Angeles
[Cal97] Califia, Pat, 1997
Sex Changes. The Politics of Transgenderism
Publisher: Cleis Press
[Cal97a] Califia, Pat, 1997
Das schwule Einmaleins. Tips und Tricks für alle Lebenslagen.
Publisher: Bruno Gmünder, Berlin
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → Cal91.
[Cal88b] Califia, Pat (ed.), 1988
The Lesbian SM Safety Manual
Publisher: Lace / Alyson, Boston
[Cal94] Califia, Pat (ed.), 1994
Doing It For Daddy: Short Sexy Fiction About a Very Forbidden Fantasy
Publisher: Alyson, Boston, Mass.
[CC98] Califia, Pat / Campbell, Drew (ed.), 1998
Bitch Goddess: The Spiritual Path of the Dominant Woman
Publisher: Greenery Press, Emeryville, CA
[CS96a] Califia, Pat / Sweeney, Robin, 1996
Come Soon, Come In, and Come as You Are: An Introduction
in: Califia, Pat / Sweeney, Robin (ed.): The Second Coming: A Leatherdyke Reader, pp. XI-XVII
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Los Angeles
[CS96] Califia, Pat / Sweeney, Robin (ed.), 1996
The Second Coming - A Leatherdyke Reader
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Los Angeles
[CL72] Callahan, E.J. / Leitenberg, H., 1972
Aversion therapy for sexual deviation: Contingent shock and covert sensitization
In: Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Vol. 81, 1972, pp. 60-73
[CS66] Callieri, Bruno / Semerari, Aldo, 1966
Contributo Psicopatologico Al Problema Della Necrofilia
In: Sessuologia, Vol. 7, No. 1, 1966, pp. 1-21
Language: Italian
[Cam89] Caminsky, E., 1989
Bizarre Lüste
Publisher: Orion, Flensburg
Language: German
[CB00] Campbell, Drew / Barr, Donna, 2000
The Bride Wore Black Leather ... And He Looked Fabulous! An Etiquette Guide for the Rest of Us.
Publisher: Greenery Press, Emeryville, CA
[Cam96] Campbell, Drew Kelly, 1996
Sex and the Single Submissive
in: Califia, Pat / Sweeney, Robin (ed.): The Second Coming: A Leatherdyke Reader, pp. 184-186
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Los Angeles
[Can66] Canguilhem, Georges, 1966
Le normal et le pathologique
Publisher: Presses universitaires de France, Paris
Language: French
Notes:  226 pages
[Can89] Canguilhem, Georges, 1989
The Normal and the Pathological
Publisher: Zone Books, New York
Notes:  English translation of → Can66 by Carolyn R. Fawcett.
[Can91] Canguilhem, Georges, 1991
The Normal and the Pathological
Publisher: Zone Books, New York
[Cap84] Caplan, Paula J., 1984
The Myth of Women's Masochism
In: American Psychologist, Vol. 39, No. 2, 1984, pp. 130-139
[Cap84a] Caplan, Paula J., 1984
Women in Distress
In: Psychology Today, Vol. , No. ?, 1984, pp. 10-?
[Cap85] Caplan, Paula J., 1985
The Myth of Women's Masochism
Publisher: E.P. Dutton, New York
[Cap86] Caplan, Paula J., 1986
Frauen sind keine Masochisten. Das Ende eines Vorurteils.
Publisher: Benziger, Zürich, Köln
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → Cap85.
[Cap86a] Caplan, Paula J., 1986
Women as Targets - Authors Comment on Review by Johnstin, Jill of the 'Myth of Women's Masochism
In: New York Times Book Review, 1986, pp. 33
[Cap91] Caplan, Paula J., 1991
How do they decide who is normal? The bizarre, but true, tale of the DSM process
In: Canadian Psychology, Vol. 32, No. 2, 1991, pp. 162-170
[Cap77] Cappon, Jorge, 1977
Masochism: A Trait in the Mexican National Character
In: The Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 64, No. 2, 1977, pp. 163-171
[Cap55] Caprio, Frank Samuel, 1955
Variations in Sexual Behavior
Publisher: Grove Press, New York
[CB64] Caprio, Frank Samuel / Brenner, Donald, 1964
Sexual Behavior: Psycho-Legal Aspects
Publisher: Paperback Library, New York
[Car83] Caraco, Albert, 1983
Supplément à la Psychopathia sexualis Series: Le bruit du temps,
Publisher: Editions L'Age d'homme, Lausanne
Language: French
Notes:  174 pages.
[Car85] Caraco, Albert, 1985
Das Reich der Sinne: Supplement zur "Psychopathia sexualis" Series: Debatte, Vol. 16
Publisher: Matthes & Seitz, München
Language: German
Notes:  239 pages with illustrations. Translation of → Car83 by Isabel Matthes.
[Car84] Card, Claudia, 1984
Sadomasochism and Sexual Preference
In: Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol. 15, 1984, pp. 42-52
[CS00] Carnes, P. / Schneider, J.P., 2000
Recognition and management of addictive sexual disorders: guide for the primary care clinician
In: Lippincotts Primary Care Practice, Vol. 4, No. 3, 2000, pp. 302-318
Abstract:  "With greater awareness of sexual exploitation, professional sexual misconduct, and the sexual issues of public figures, a growing awareness of the problem of sexual addiction is emerging. As a result of public awareness, more cases will be brought to the attention of primary care providers. When primary care providers are confronted by problematic sexual behavior that fits the parameters of addictive illness, they should know what the implications are in order to make appropriate clinical decisions and to evaluate treatment approaches. The purpose of this article is to summarize the nature of the problem, to review critical issues in assessment, to provide treatment options, and to suggest critical factors for monitoring progress."
[Car68] Carney, William, 1968
The Real Thing
Publisher: Putnam, New York
[Car64] Carstairs, G.H., 1964
Cultural differences in sexual deviation
in: Rosen, Ismond (ed.): The Pathology and Treatment of Sexual Deviation, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Oxford University Press, London
[Car78] Carter, Angela, 1978
The Sadeian Woman and the Ideology of Pornography
Publisher: Pantheon Books, New York
[Car80] Carter, Angela, 1980
Sexualität ist Macht
Publisher: Rowohlt, Reinbek
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → Car78
[CMK02] Casanova, Manuel F. / Mannheim, Glenn / Kruesi, Markus, 2002
Hippocampal pathology in two mentally ill paraphiliacs
In: Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, Vol. 115, No. 1-2, 2002, pp. 79-89
Abstract:  "Paraphilias or disorders of sexual behavior have markedly increased in prevalence during the last decade. Until now no published neuropathological studies on paraphilia have appeared in the medical literature. A computerized search was done on all available medical and autopsy records of a large urban hospital (St. Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, DC) for any mention of deviant sexual behavior. Cases were then reviewed for presence of a history consistent with DSM-IV diagnoses of paraphilia. Two such cases were identified. Neuropathological examination in both cases revealed simple cell atrophy of pyramidal cells confined to different hippocampal subfields. Reactive astrocytosis was present in the outer strata of the affected regions. The pathological changes in the hippocampus resemble those reported after persistent stress or long-term chronic glucocorticoid administration. The accompanying astrocytosis indicates a reactive, ongoing process. The findings suggest new therapeutic interventions in the treatment of paraphilia."
[Cas83] Castaigne, Micheline, 1983
A propos du fétichisme
(Considering fetishism)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 316-320
Language: French
Abstract:  "Clinical material illustrates the idea that perversions are symptoms of a deeper psychic disorder. They may be permanent or transitory, depending on the severity of the pathological context. Perversions such as kleptomania and fetishism are considered to be symptoms of the phallic-narcissistic stage. Perversions express conflicts on the libidinal level and among the ego, superego, and ego ideal concerning the affirmation of narcissistic power. The defense mechanisms brought into play are denigrations of the impossibilities of incest and the differences of sex and generation, and the superego is expressed in a confused and obscure way. It is concluded that the fetish is a symbolic expression of the 'maternal phallus,' an innately confusing expression of power." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cas84] Caston, J., 1984
The Relation Between Masochism and Depression
In: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 32, No. 3, 1984, pp. 603-614
[Cas99] Castor (i.e. Heinrich Wrede), 1899
Das sexuelle Moment im Flagellantismus: eine psycho-physiologische Studie
Publisher: Wrede, Berlin
Language: German
[CP00] Castor / Pollux (Pseud.), 1900
Das Masseusen-Unwesen in Berlin
Publisher: MISSING, Berlin
Language: German
[CC67] Cath, S. / Cohen, H., 1967
Elbow rubbing and the wish to be beaten: a study of a case and the possible genesis of perversion
In: Israel Annals of Psychiatry and Related Disciplines, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1967, pp. 185-197
Abstract:  "Presents the case history of a neurotic male child who rubbed the elbows of his parents demonstrating the interdependence of autoerotic transitional and fetishistic behavior as he struggled to develop ego strength but tended towards sado-masochistic perversion in his object relationship. Source material was based on the mother's psychotherapy, a diary she kept throughout the boy's life, and psychological testing. It was hypothesized that, in both parents, there was evidence of a defective reality sense which included inadequate sexual differentiation and the retention of the delusion of the maternal phallus as a central theme. The probability of multiple pregenital fixations, the persistance of fantasy, and certain ego weaknesses (i.e., limited capacity for renunciation oand lack of empathic identification with love objects) was suggested. S's request to be beaten, in combination with the other factors, led to the hypothesis that masochism may be a prerequisite for love and that the present case may represent the genesis of a perversion." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cau57] Cauldwell, David O., 1957
The Rubber Fetishist
In: Sexology, Vol. ? (Juni?), 1957, pp. 716-721
[Cau86] Cautela, Joseph R., 1986
Behavioral analysis of a fetish: First interview
In: Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, Vol. 17, No. 3, 1986, pp. 161-165
Abstract:  "Presents a transcript of a therapy session with a 31-yr-old male who became aroused when he thought about boys' feet. The transcript illustrates how behavioral analysis and therapy are constant coexisting processes and how the S was shaped into cooperating with likely treatment procedures. Some therapeutic suggestions are offered, such as pointing out the aversive consequences of engaging in the overt and covert maladaptive behaviors." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Lan59] Cecil Y. Lang (ed.), 1959
The Swinburne Letters Vol. 1-6
Publisher: Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut
[Cel00] Celenza, A., 2000
Sadomasochistic relating: what's sex got to do with it?
In: Psychoanalysis Quarterly, Vol. 69, No. 3, 2000, pp. 527-543
Abstract:  "The sexuality in sadomasochistic relating is most often viewed as defensive, functioning to erotize the repetition of earlier trauma, as a defense against painful affect, or as masking early, nonerotic needs for recognition and autonomy. However, this emphasis on the nonerotic dimension of so-called sexualized experience leads to symbolic interpretations of sexuality; this "deliteralization of sexuality" requires some embodiment in the concrete and literal, or metaphor is delinked from that which it is derived. Without discounting the validity of such formulations, this paper aims to put the drive (libido) back into formulations of sadomasochistic relations, and discusses the erotic dimension in sadomasochistic relations as an irreducible, hidden structure that both threatens and sustains the destructive attachment. It is suggested that sexuality is a driving force behind sadomasochistic interplay, while aggression may be recruited for defensive, concealing purposes. Through a case illustration, this paper demonstrates how sadomasochistic relating is symbolically penetrating, teasing, withholding, and intensifying in hate-inducing ways, all of which are designed to gratify and simultaneously harden the other. In many cases, sadomasochistic sexuality may be viewed as aggressivized, paradoxically, to maintain safety under the regressive pull of sexual and preoedipal longings."
[CC89] Cesnik, John A. / Coleman, Eli, 1989
Use of Lithium Carbonate in the Treatment of Autoerotic Asphyxia
In: American Journal of Psychotherapy, Vol. 43, No. 2, 1989, pp. 277-286
[CP83] Chalkley, A. / Powell, G.E., 1983
The clinical description of forty-eight cases of sexual fetishism
In: The British Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 142, 1983, pp. 292-295
Abstract:  "Surveyed the discharge register of a London teaching hospital over 20 yrs to collect data on its 48 cases of clinical sexual fetishism. An attempt was made to identify the clinical problems these patients present and the classification that fetishism describes. Ss' clinical problems had more to do with the perception of fetishes as personally or socially unacceptable than with objective restrictions placed on sexual activity. Ss ranged in age from 12 to 59 yrs. All but 1 were male; the only woman was a homosexual. 16 Ss had additional psychiatric classifications that included paranoid schizophrenia, depression, and sexual dysfunction. 20% or more of Ss had fetishes for clothes or rubber or rubber items, or wore or stole a fetish or fetishes. Few generalities can be made from these data." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cha00] Chancer, Lynn-Sharon, 2000
From Pornography to Sadomasochism: Reconciling Feminist Differences
In: Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 571, 2000, pp. 77-99
[Cha88a] Chancer, Lynn-Sharon, 1988 (Doctoral thesis)
The Social Generality of Sadomasochism: A Study in the Political as Personal
School: City University of New York, New York
[Cha92] Chancer, Lynn-Sharon, 1992
Sadomasochism In Everyday Life: The Dynamics of Power and Powerlessness
Publisher: Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ
[Cha97] Chandra-Shekeran, Sangeetha, 1997
Theorising the limits of the 'sadomasochistic homosexual' identity in R v Brown ((1994) 1 A.C. 212)
In: Melbourne University Law Review, Vol. 21, No. 2, 1997, pp. 584-600
[Cha83a] Charme, S.L., 1983
Religion and the Theory of Masochism
In: Journal of Religion & Health, Vol. 22, No. 3, 1983, pp. 221-233
[Cha78] Chasseguet-Smirgel, Janine, 1978
Reflexions on the Connexions Between Perversion and Sadism
In: International Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 59, 1978, pp. 27-35
[Cha81] Chasseguet-Smirgel, Janine, 1981
Loss of reality in perversions - with special reference to fetishism
In: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 29, No. 3, 1981, pp. 511-534
Abstract:  "Examines some aspects of the 'perverse solution' that implies that, compared to the neurotic, the pervert attempts to 'negotiate' his/her conflicts in a specific manner; this gives way to a certain way of approaching reality. The fundamental role played by idealization in the transmutation of reality with which it is implicitly associated is underscored." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cha83] Chasseguet-Smirgel, Janine, 1983
Perversion and the universal law
In: International Review of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 10, 1983, pp. 293-301
[Cha85] Chasseguet-Smirgel, Janine, 1985
Creativity and Perversion
Publisher: Norton, New York
[Cha86] Chasseguet-Smirgel, Janine, 1986
Kreativität und Perversion
Publisher: Nexus, Frankfurt/M.
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → Cha85.
[Cha88] Chasseguet-Smirgel, Janine, 1988
A woman's attempt at a perverse solution and its failure
In: International Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 69, 1988, pp. 149-161
[Cha91] Chasseguet-Smirgel, Janine, 1991
Sadomasochism in the perversions: some thoughts on the destruction of reality
In: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 39, No. 2, 1991, pp. 399-415
Abstract:  "The author summarizes and develops some of her viewpoints on the perversions (outlined in several of the books and articles she has written). For her all the perversions, whatever their content, develop against an anal sadomasochistic backdrop. Their aim is to destroy reality. Reality, from a psychosexual perspective, may be defined as resulting from the existence of the father separating the mother and the child. This may be formulated in another way: reality is recognition of sexual and generational differences. Or, yet again: mother and father have a procreative sexuality, whereas the child does not. This leads to the idea that the destruction of reality is equivalent to destruction of the paternal universe. Clinical case illustrations are provided, one of which centers on the assassination of an old man who, besides representing a paternal oedipal image, also represents reality itself. This case illustrates in concrete form the murder of the father, and hence of reality, accomplished by the pervert when he eradicates the paternal dimension of psychosexuality by regressing to the anal sadomasochistic dimension."
[Che70] Chesney, Kellow, 1970
The Victorian Underworld
Publisher: Temple Smith, London
[Che49] Chesser, Eustace, 1949
Sexual Behaviour - Normal and Abnormal
Publisher: Medical Publications Ltd., London
[Che71] Chesser, Eustace, 1971
Strange Loves: The Human Aspects of Sexual Deviation
Publisher: William Morrow and Company, New York
[Che82] Chevet, Emile, 1882
Virilités
Publisher: A. Lemerre, Paris
Language: French
[Chi35] Chideckel, Maurice, 1938
Female Sex Perversion: The Sexually Aberrated Woman as She Is
Publisher: Eugenics Publishing, New York
[CB96] Chivers, Meredith / Blanchard, Ray, 1996
Prostitution advertisements suggest association of transvestism and masochism
In: Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, Vol. 22, No. 2, 1996, pp. 97-102
[Chm96] Chmilar, Gerald, 1996
Schmerzvolle Lüste. Erotische Geschichten.
Publisher: Kastley, Stuttgart
Language: German
Notes:  176 pages
[Cho52] Chorier, Nicolas, 1752
Joannis Meursii Elegantiae Latini sermonis seu Aloisia Sigaea Toletana De arcanis amoris & veneris. Adjunctis fragmentis quibusdam eroticis.
Publisher: Ex typis Elzevirianis, Leiden
Language: Latin
[Cla63] Clark, D.F., 1963
Fetishism treated by negative conditioning
In: British Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 109, 1963, pp. 404-407
Abstract:  "A male girdle-wearer with no gross neuroticism - all MMPI scores being within ordinary limits - was treated with subcutaneous apomorphine twice daily for 16 sessions. 3-month follow-up suggested freedom from symptoms." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cla27] Clark, L. Pierce, 1927
A Tentative Formulation of the Origin of Sadomasochism
In: The Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 14, 1927, pp. 85-88
[Cla93] Clayton, Anita H., 1993
Fetishism and clomipramine.
In: American Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 150, No. 4, 1993, pp. 673-674
Abstract:  "Reports the case of a 73-yr-old man with a history of obsessive-compulsive symptoms and a fascination with women's discarded clothing; the S complained of intrusive thoughts and ritualized behavior, including fantasy and masturbation. After 5 mo of successful treatment with clomipramine, the S experienced a mild anticholinergic delirium and was switched to sertraline." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cle72] Cleef, Monique von, 1972
Monique, Herrin ohne Mitleid
Publisher: Olympia Press, Frankfurt/M.
Language: German
[Cle73] Cleef, Monique von / Waterman, William, 1971 oder 1973
The House of Pain - The Strange World of Monique von Cleef, The Queen of Humiliation. An Autobiography and a Message to All Human Slaves
Publisher: Lyle Stuart Inc., Secaucus
[Cle] Cleland, John, ohne Jahr
Fanny Hill: Memoiren eines Freudenmädchens
Publisher: Bertelsmann, Gütersloh
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Cle48] Cleland, John, 1748/49
Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure
Publisher: G. Fenton, London
Notes:  2 volumes
Abstract:  Contains one of the earliest flagellation scenes in literature.
[Cle65] Cleland, John, 1765
Entdeckte Heimlichkeiten einer zuletzt glücklich gewordenen Maitresse
Publisher: Pollmann, Görlitz
Language: German
[Cle90] Clement, Ulrich, 1990
Empirische Studien zu heterosexuellem Verhalten
In: Zeitschrift für Sexualforschung, Vol. 4, 1990, pp. 289-?
Language: German
[Cle83] Clerk, Gabrielle, 1983
Pour une lecture nouvelle du fétichisme
(Toward a new reading of fetishism)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 321-324
Language: French
Abstract:  "Although the author recognizes the phallic aspects of fetishism, she presents a new perspective on this variety of perversion. It is suggested that the expressed desire of the fetishist is to cling to the maternal figure, to symbolically reenter the womb and remain united with the mother. It is contended that the fetish is a substitute or symbol of that desire, and the phallic overtones of the fetish are actually secondary effects." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cle51] Cleugh, James, 1951
The Marquis and the Chevalier. A study in the psychology of sex as illustrated by the lives and personalities of the Marquis de Sade (1470-1814) and the Chevalier von Sacher-Masoch (1836-1905).
Publisher: Melrose, London u.a.
Notes:  255 pages. Also published 1952 by Duell Sloan & Pearce, New York, 295 pages and 1972 by Greenwood, Westport (CT), 295 pages.
[Cle67] Cleugh, James, 1967
The First Masochist: A Biography of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch (1836-1895)
Publisher: Anthony Blond, London
Notes:  216 pages. Also published 1967 by Stein & Day, New York, 220 pages.
[Cle69] Cleugh, James, 1969
Le premier masochiste: Sacher-Masoch
Publisher: Trévise, Paris
Language: French
Notes:  252 pages. French translation of → Cle67 by Andrée R. Picard.
[Cle76] Cleugh, James, 176
Il marchese de Sade e il cavaliere von Sacher-Masoch. Vita e opere.
Publisher: Mursia, Milano
Language: Italian
Notes:  281 pages, Italian translation of → Cle51.
[Cli87] Cliffe, Michael J., 1987
Paradoxical psychotherapy in a case of transvestism
In: British Journal of Medical Psychology, Vol. 60, No. 3, 1987, pp. 283-285
Abstract:  "Describes the success of paradoxical psychotherapy in reducing the compulsion and guilt attached to transvestism in a 35-yr-old male patient, who came to restrict his cross-dressing to the home, the practice having had fetishistic and feminine-expression motivations." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cli57] Clinard, Marshall Barron, 1957
Sociology of Deviant Behavior
Publisher: Rinehart, New York
[Clo04] Cloud, John, 2004
Bondage Unbound
In: TIME Magazine, Vol. ?, No. ?, 2004, pp. ?-?
URL: www.time.com/time/2004/sex/article/bondage_unbound_growing01a.html
[Coa64] Coates, S., 1964
Clinical Psychology in Sexual Deviation
in: Rosen, Ismond (ed.): The Pathology and Treatment of Sexual Deviation, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Oxford University Press, London
[Cob77] Coburn, J., 1977, 4.2.
S&M
In: New Times, Vol. 8, 1977, 4.2., pp. 43-50
[Coe81] Coen, Stanley J., 1981
Sexualization as a predominant mode of defense
In: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 29, 1981, pp. 893-920
[Coe85] Coen, Stanley J., 1985
Perversion as a solution to intrapsychic conflict
In: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 33, 1985, pp. 17-57
[Coe88] Coen, Stanley J., 1988
Sadomasochistic excitement: Character disorder and perversion
in: Glick, Robert / Meyers, Donald I. (ed.): Masochism: Current Psychoanalytic Perspectives, pp. 43-60
Publisher: The Analytic Press, Hillsdale, NJ
Abstract:  Abstract see → Bie00.
[Cof88] Coffignon, A., 1888
Paris vivant. La Corruption à Paris.
5th edition
Publisher: Librairie illustrée, Paris
Language: French
[Cof02] Coffman, Christine E., 2002
"The missus is master:" Fetishism and masochism in Ulysses
In: Literature and Psychology, Vol. 48, No. 3, 2002, pp. 56-76
Abstract:  "Examines James Joyce's novel Ulysses in terms of fetishism and masochism, both of which are revealed in Leopold Bloom, one of two principal characters in the work. Bloom's example suggests important comparisons with psychoanalytic theories that focus on disavowal of castration as the mechanism both of fetishism and masochism. However, Joyce's delineation of Bloom's consciousness also elaborates a specific link between fetishism and masochism which has not been remarked in psychoanalytic literature. This link in Bloom's thoughts provides specific insights into male fantasies that neither psychoanalytic theory nor Joyce studies thus far have discussed as such. The author considers the 'Circe' episode of Ulysses by focusing on a passage that she believes is problematic, considering the account of fetishism and masochism suggested by the earlier chapters and by the work of the psychoanalysts. This passage is Bloom's elaborate fantasy about being transformed into a womanly figure who is whipped by Bella/Bello Cohen, a prostitute who transforms into a man in the service of Bloom's masochism." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Coh69] Cohen, Sydney, 1969
The Origin and Function of Sadistic Behavior
In: Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1969, pp. 3-7
[Coh11] Cohn, Michael, 1911
Kinderprügel und Masochismus Series: Beiträge zur Kinderforschung und Heilerziehung in Beiheften zur selbigen Zeitschrift, Vol. 95
Publisher: Hermann Beyer u. Söhne, Langensalza
Language: German
[Col94] Colageras, Roy C., 1994
Sadomasochistische Objektbeziehungen: Einige klinische Beobachtungen
In: Forum Psychoanalyse, Vol. 10, 1994, pp. 97-115
Language: German
[Col20] Coleman, George, 1820
The Rodiad
Publisher: Cadell et Murray, London
[CC95] Collacott, Richard A. / Cooper, S.A., 1995
Urine fetish in a man with learning disabilities
In: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, Vol. 39, No. 2, 1995, pp. 145-147
Abstract:  "Describes a case study of a 30-yr-old man with mild learning disabilities and a fetish for observing women urinate. Possible dynamic aspects of his paraphilia are discussed. The S's developmental age, measured by the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scale, ranged from 6 yrs 9 mo to 10 yrs 4 mo with regard to communication, daily living skills, and socialization. The S's libido and fetish activity diminished once treatment with cyproterone acetate was given. It is argued that individuals with learning disabilities are at a special disadvantage in finding appropriate partners, while their need for sexual relationships is often denied by society, which may account for a number of sexual deviations in this group." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Col13] Collas, Georg Friedrich (i.e. Carl Felix von Schlichtegroll), 1913
Der Flagellantismus im Altertum Series: Geschichte des Flagellantismus unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Religionsgebräuche, des Erziehungswesens, der Sklaverei, der Strafrechtspflege und verwandter Materien, Vol. 1
Publisher: Wigand, Leipzig
Language: German
[Col83] Coloço Belmonte, J.A.F., 1983
Typen van Masochisme; een oriŽnteerend overzicht
In: Modern Medicine, 1983, pp. ?-?
Language: Dutch
[CL75] Comer, R. / Laird, J.D., 1975
Choosing to suffer as a consequence of expecting to suffer: Why do people do it?
In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 32, 1975, pp. 92-101
[Com79] Comfort, A., 1979
Sexual idiosyncrasy - deviation or magic?
In: Journal of Operational Psychiatry, Vol. 9, No. 2, 1979, pp. 11-16
[Com82] Comfort, A., 1982
'Bondage' in sexual histories - fantasy and enactment
In: British Journal of Sexual Medicine, Vol. 8, 1982, pp. 35-36
[Com72] Comfort, Alex, 1972
The Joy of Sex. A Cordon Bleu Guide to Lovemaking.
1st edition
Publisher: Crown, New York
[Com76] Comfort, Alex, 1976
Joy of Sex
Publisher: Ullstein, MISSING
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → Com72.
[Com87] Comfort, Alex, 1987
Deviation and variation
in: Wilson, Glenn (ed.): Variant Sexuality: Research and Theory, pp. 1-20
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore
Abstract:  Glenn Wilson: "Alex Comfort discusses some issues of definition and 'diagnosis' with respect to variant sexuality and shows how sexual behaviour must be understood in the context of its meaning for the individual. While some behaviours are restrictive, distressing and unacceptable, others that have been viewed as pathological are better regarded as recreational, creative, expressive, and 'magical'."
[Com94] Comings, D.E., 1994
Role of genetic factors in human sexual behavior based on studies of Tourette syndrome and ADHD probands and their relatives.
In: American Journal of Medical Genetics, Vol. 54, No. 3, 1994, pp. 227-241
Abstract:  "Most significant variations in the expression of human sexuality are considered to be the result of learned behavior or psychological problems. Tourette syndrome (TS) is a common, hereditary tic and disinhibition disorder sometimes associated with compulsive use of obscene words (coprolalia) and previously reported to be occasionally associated with exhibitionism. To further explore the relationship between the Gts genes and sexual behavior, questions concerning a wide range of such behaviors were administered to 1,040 subjects, 14 years of age or older, consisting of 358 TS probands, 101 non-proband relatives with TS, 359 non-TS first degree relatives, 79 attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) probands, 70 unaffected relatives of the ADHD probands, and 73 controls. The behaviors included magnitude of sex drive, sex orientation, exhibitionism, transvestitism, transsexualism, sadism, masochism, pedophilia, fetishism, aversion to being touched, and aversion to sex. While most of these behaviors occurred in a distinct minority of TS subjects, there was a significant positive correlation between each behavior examined and the degree of genetic loading for the Gts gene(s). The nature of these behaviors and their association with TS suggests many are variants of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Studies in animals indicate that changes in serotonin and dopamine play a significant role in the sexual behavior and many lines of evidence are consistent with the hypothesis that TS is due to genetic changes in serotonin and dopamine metabolism. These studies suggest that genetic factors play a much greater role in a wide range of forms of sexual expression than previously thought."
[CS80] Conrad, P. / Schneider, J.W., 1980
Deviance and medicalization: From badness to sickness
Publisher: C.V. Mosby, St. Louis, MO
[Con71] Constant, Zenaide, ca. 1971
Züchtigungen
Publisher: J. Martineau, Paris
Language: German
[Con00] Conway, Andrew, 2000
The Bullwhip Book
Publisher: Greenery Press, Emeryville, CA
[CCM94] Cooke, Clive Trevor / Cadden, Gerard Andrew / Margolius, Karin Ann, 1994
Autoerotic Deaths: Four Cases
In: Pathology, Vol. 26, 1994, pp. 276-280
[Coo63] Cooper, A.J., 1963
A case of fetishism and impotence treated by behaviour therapy
In: British Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 109, 1963, pp. 649-652
Abstract:  "Effects 9 mo. after treatment were still impressive." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Coo96] Cooper, A.J., 1996
Auto-erotic Asphyxiation: Three Case Reports
In: Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, Vol. 22, No. 1, 1996, pp. 47-53
[CF81] Cooper, A.M. / Fischer, N., 1981
Masochism - Current Concepts
In: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 29, No. 3, 1981, pp. 673-688
[CS91] Cooper, A.M. / Sacks, M.H., 1991
Sadism and Masochism in Character Disorder and Resistance
In: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 39, No. 1, 1991, pp. 215-226
[Coo88] Cooper, Arnold M., 1988
The narcissistic-masochistic character
in: Glick, Robert / Meyers, Donald I. (ed.): Masochism: Current Psychoanalytic Perspectives, pp. 117-139
Publisher: The Analytic Press, Hillsdale, NJ
[Coo89] Cooper, Arnold M., 1989
Narcissism and Masochism - The Narcissistic-Masochistic Character
In: Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Vol. 12, No. 3, 1989, pp. 541-542
[Coo91a] Cooper, Arnold M., 1991
The unconscious core of perversion
in: Fogel, Gerald I. / Myers, Wayne A. (ed.): Perversions and Near-Perversions in Clinical Practice: New Psychoanalytic Perspectives, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Yale University Press, New Haven, Conn.
[Coo70] Cooper, William M. (i.e. James Glass Bertram), 1870
Flagellation and the Flagellants: A History of the Rod in All Countries From the Earliest Period to the Present Time
Publisher: John Camden Hotten, London
[Coo73] Cooper, William M. (i.e. James Glass Bertram), 1873
Flagellation and the Flagellants: A History of the Rod in All Countires From the Earliest Period to the Present Time
2nd revised and corrected edition
Publisher: John Camden Hotten, London
[Coo99] Cooper, William M. (i.e. James Glass Bertram), 1899
Der Flagellantismus und die Flagellanten. Eine Geschichte der Rute in allen Ländern.
Publisher: H. R. Dohrn, Dresden
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → Coo70 by Hans Dohrn.
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Coo79] Coote, Rosa Belinda, 1879
The Convent School, or Early Experiences of a young Flagellant
Publisher: Privately printed, London
[Coo91] Coover, Robert, 1991
Spiel mit der Magd
Publisher: Rowohlt, Reinbek
Language: German
[Cop85] Copi, 1985
Der Krieg der Samba
Publisher: Albino, Berlin
Language: German
[Cor76] Cordova, Jeanne, 1976
Towards a Feminist Expression of Sado-Masochism
In: Lesbian Tide, Vol. 6, No. 3, 1976, pp. 14-17
[Cor97] Cornell, Drucilla, 1997
Die Versuchung der Pornographie Series: Edition Suhrkamp, Vol. 1738
Publisher: Suhrkamp, Frankfurt/Main
Language: German
[Cor45] Corvin Wiersbitsky, Otto Julius Bernhard von, 1845
Die Geißler: Historische Denkmale des Fanatismus in der römisch-katholischen Kirche; Ergänzungswerk zum Pfaffenspiegel
Publisher: Expedition Pfaffenspiegel, Zürich
Language: German
[Cos99] Cosar, Sascha, 1999
Von Herzen, mit Schmerzen
In: Schnüss, Vol. 7, 1999, pp. 11-13
Language: German
[Cou93] Couchard, Françoise, 1993
"On bat une fille": Illustration d'un fantasme masochiste dans la culture musulmane
("A daughter is being beaten": Illustration of a masochistic fantasy in Islamic culture.)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 57, No. 3, 1993, pp. 733-749
Language: French with English, German, Spanish and Italian abstracts
Abstract:  "Discusses primal fantasies in Islamic culture, especially the intricate link between the seduction fantasy and violence. The relationship of violence between father and daughter is maintained in Islam by factors that exacerbate the erotic currents between the 2 protagonists. The fetishization of the daughter's virginity and, in the Horn of Africa, the custom of female infibulation induce castration anxiety in the adult male confronted by stitched female genitalia. Topics addressed include displacement of male interest from vaginal to anal sex (which many Muslim males try with other males in their gender-segregated world), and prolonged oedipal fixation of Muslim women, who continue to fantasize cold and passionate punishments from their fathers even when the latter's violence is no longer manifest." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cou65] Coulteray, Georges de, 1965
Sadism in the movies
Publisher: Medical Press, New York
Notes:  English translation of "Le Sadisme au Cinéma" (1964).
[CD94] Cowan, Gloria / Dunn, Kerri F., 1994
What Themes in Pornography Lead to Perceptions of the Degradation of Women?
In: Journal of Sex Research, Vol. 31, No. 1, 1994, pp. 11-21
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Cow78] Cowan, Lyn, 1978
Masochism: A Jungian View
Publisher: Spring Publications, Dallas
[Cow87] Coward, D., 1987
The Sublimations of a Fetishist: Restif de la Bretonne (1734-1806)
in: Maccubbin, R.B. (ed.): 'Tis Nature's Fault: Unauthorized Sexuality During the Enlightenment, pp. 98-108
Publisher: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
[Cow93] Cowie, Elizabeth, 1993
Pornography and Fantasy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives
in: Segal, Lynn / McIntosh, Mary (ed.): Sex Exposed: Sexuality and the Pornography Debate, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, N.J.
[Cox08] Cox, Ophelia, 1908
Rutenspiele und Liebesabenteuer der Miss Ophelia Cox
Publisher: MISSING, MISSING
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → Cox98 by "T.v.L.", 72 or 79 pages. Newer editions are censored in Germany.
[Cox98] Cox, Ophelia, 1898
With Rod and Bum, or, Sport in the West End of London
Publisher: Erotica Biblion Society, London, New York
[CC80] Crépault, Claude / Couture, Marcel, 1980
Men's Erotic Fantasies
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 9, No. 6, 1980, pp. 565-581
Abstract:  "Ninety-four men were interviewed about their erotic fantasies. The majority of these men were married and the average duration of cohabitation with a woman was 6.5 years. All admitted to having had erotic fantasies outside their sexual activity and a large majority among them fantasized, at least occasionally, during heterosexual activity and masturbation. The contents during heterosexual activity center on three main themes: confirmation of sexual power, aggressiveness, and masochistic fantasies. (...)"
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Cre88] Cremerius, Johannes (ed.), 1988
Masochismus in der Literatur Series: Freiburger Literaturpsychologische Gespräche, Vol. 7
Publisher: Königshausen und Neumann, Würzburg
Language: German
Notes:  127 pages
[Cre77] Crepault, C., 1977
Erotic Imagery in Women
in: Gemme, R. / Wheeler, C.C. (ed.): Progress in Sexology: Selected Papers from the Proceedings of the 1976 International Congress of Sexology, pp. 267-283
Publisher: Plenum Press, New York, London
[Cre] Crepax, Guido, ohne Jahr
Justine
Publisher: Editions Belrose, Rotterdam
Language:
[Cre00] Crepax, Guido, 2000
Justine and The Story of O
Publisher: Taschen, Köln
[Cre00a] Crepax, Guido, 2000
Emmanuelle, Bianca and Venus in Furs
Publisher: Taschen, Köln
[Cre75] Crepax, Guido, 1975
Histoire d'O
Publisher: Livre-Essor, Paris
Language:
[Cre77a] Crepax, Guido, 1977
Die Geschichte der O
Publisher: Edition Belrose, Rotterdam
Language: German
[Cre81] Crepax, Guido, 1981
Valentina in Stiefeln
Publisher: Bahia-Verlag, München
Language: DE
Notes:  German translation of "Valentina con gli stivali".
[CR] Crepax, Guido / Rochat, Eric, FEHLT
Die Geschichte der O - Teil zwei
Publisher: Blue Circle, Amsterdam
Language: German
[CS] Crepax, Guido / von Sacher-Masoch, Leopold, FEHLT
Venus im Pelz
Publisher: Sombreroverlag, Amsterdam
Language: German
[Cro64] Cross, Harold H.U., 1964
The Cross Report on Perversion
Publisher: Softcover Library, New York
[Cro99] Cross, Patricia, 1999 (Doctoral thesis)
Understanding Sadomasochism: An Understanding of Current Perspectives
School: Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
[CS+81] Croughan, J.L. / Saghir, M. / Cohen, R. / Robins, E., 1981
A comparison of treated and untreated male cross-dressers
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 10, No. 6, 1981, pp. 515-528
Abstract:  "In an interview study of 70 male members of cross-dressing clubs, multiple comparisons between treated and untreated subjects showed that the two groups are more similar than dissimilar. The only areas of comparison in which the treated group significantly differed from the untreated group were in fantasizing themselves as females while masturbating, having ever engaged in heterosexual intercourse while cross-dressed, currently preferring both heterosexual intercourse and homosexual behavior while cross-dressed, and having experienced more adverse consequences from cross-dressing. Further, where comparisons are possible, results are similar to those found in prior studies. All of the subjects were male and the average age of onset is prior to 10 years, with virtually all subjects first cross-dressing if not in childhood then by middle adolescence. There is a trend toward a more asexual nature to the cross-dressing during late adult life. Cross-dressing is infrequently associated with sadomasochism and not at all with exhibitionism. Rates of unipolar depression and alcoholism were increased in this sample. The results do not support a significant positive association between cross-dressing and obsessive-compulsive neurosis. The present study confirms previous findings that cross-dressing lacks a familial component either with respect to cross-dressing itself or in association with another disorder."
[Cro02] Crozier, Ivan, 2002
James Kiernan and the responsible pervert
In: International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, Vol. 25, No. 4, 2002, pp. 331-350
Abstract:  "Describes the career of J. G. Kiernan (1852-1923), an American psychiatrist of a new school of thought that championed "scientific" psychiatry, particularly stressing hereditary and biological arguments and agitating against the old guard in psychiatry which was dominated by those who ran asylums. This paper considers the relationship between the emerging discipline of sexology and forensic psychiatry; Kiernan's work spans these 2 disciplines. (Sexology after the 1870s was increasingly interested in explaining aberrant sexual behaviors in terms of biological or congenital factors.) This paper notes Kiernan's work on criminal insanity and criminal responsibility, and his work on 'sexual perversion,' notably homosexuality, atavism, algophily (sadism), lust murder, autoflagellation, and fetishes."
[Cru] Crudelia, Lady, FEHLT, vor 1911
Masochistische Abenteuer in Afrika
Publisher: Privately printed for subscribers, MISSING
Language: German
[Cur96] Curran, David K., 1996
Tyranny of the Spirit: Domination and Submission in Adolescent Relationships
Publisher: MISSING, MISSING
[Cze99] Czernich, Peter W. (ed.), 1999
Bizarre Beauty
Publisher: Marquis, Solingen
Language: German

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