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BDSM/fetish bibliography, sorted by key: F


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[Fre99] De Freitas Giovannetti, Marcio, 1999
A cena perversa
(The perverse scene)
In: Revista Brasileira de Psicanalise, Vol. 33, No. 1, 1999, pp. 177-187
Language: Portuguese
Abstract:  "Formulates, based on a TV documentary on the subject of paraphilias, a metapsychological and clinical reflection on the perverse personality. Quoting Freud's words that define neurosis as the negative of perversion, the author draws a parallel between what he calls 'the dream scene' and 'the perverse scene.' Freud's case of the Wolf Man (1910-1914), and the dream central to it, are used as paradigm for the dream scene. As paradigm for the perverse scene, the author uses the case of Freud's patient in 'Fetishism' (1927), developing his thesis that one of the basic components of perversion is the denial of mortality. An intriguing clinical case from the author's practice, in which new aspects of perversion appear, illustrates the theme of this essay." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Far02] Die Herrin als 'Knecht'. Kurzer Abriß eines Lebens., 2002
Farin, Michael
in: Spörk, Ingrid und Strohmaier, Alexandra (ed.): Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, pp. 267-284
Publisher: Literaturverlag Droschl, Graz
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Fer00] Féré, Charles, 1900
FEHLT
In: Revue de Médecine, 1900, pp. ?-?
Language: French
Abstract:  "In this paper Féré brings together many interesting facts concerning flagellation in ancient times." (→ Ell42, Vol. I "Love and Pain", p. 137)
[Fer99] Féré, Charles, 1899
L'instinct sexuel: évolution et dissolution
Publisher: Alcan, Paris
Language: French
Notes:  II/346 pages
[Fer32] Féré, Charles Samson, 1932
Scientific and Esoteric Studies in Sexual Degeneration in Mankind and in Animals
Publisher: Falstaff Press, Anthropological Press, New York
[Foe28] Förstemann, Ernst Günther, 1828
Die christlichen Geißlergesellschaften
Publisher: Renger, Halle
Language: German
[Foe17] Förster, F. W., 1917
Sexualethik und Sexualpädagogik. Eine neue Begründung alter Wahrheiten.
(Sexual ethics and sexual pedagogics. A new substantiation of old truths.)
4th enlarged edition
Publisher: Verlag der Jos. Kösel'schen Buchhandlung, Kempten und München
Language: German
[Fue] Fürstauer, Johanna, FEHLT
Röckchen hoch, die Rute kommt
Publisher: Exakt-Verlag, Konstanz
Language: German
[Fue69] Fürstauer, Johanna, 1969
Dolly und die Peitsche (... brennende Hiebe auf meinem nackten Popo ...)
Publisher: Exakt, Konstanz
Language: German
[Fue69a] Fürstauer, Johanna, 1969
... mit Rohrstock und Peitsche. Eine Sittengeschichte der Flagellomanie.
Publisher: Exakt-Verlag, Konstanz
Language: German
[Fue70] Fürstauer, Johanna, 1970
Lustperversionen durch Folter und Qual. Die intimsten Enthüllungen aus dem Leben von Gummifetischisten, Fesselungsspezialisten und Liebhabern der sexuellen Tortur.
Publisher: Exakt, Konstanz
Language: German
[Fue70a] Fürstauer, Johanna, 1970
Verbotene Liebespraktiken - perverse Wollust
Publisher: Decker, Schmiden
Language: German
[Fuea] Fürstauer, Johanna, FEHLT
... wenn scharf der Rohrstock klatscht
Publisher: Exakt-Verlag, Konstanz
Language: German
[Faa95] Faas, Holger, 1995 (Diploma thesis / Masters thesis)
Rhetorik der Erotik. Leopold von Sacher Masochs "Venus im Pelz" - eine Textanalyse.
School: FEHLT, Stuttgart
Language: German
Notes:  101 pages, typescript
[Fae67] Faergeman, P.M., 1967
Perversität, Pornographie und Entrüstung
Publisher: Kala, Hamburg
Language: German
[Fai68] Fain, M., 1968
Analyse du Masochisme Inadapté
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 32, 1968, pp. 145-149
Language: French
[Fai83] Fain, Michel, 1983
Realité du fétiche, realité de la castration
(Fetish, castration, and reality)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 325-332
Language: French
Abstract:  "Disagrees with a central point of A. Lussier's (→ Lus83, → Lus83a) essay on fetishism, which stressed the symbolic nature of the fetish, and argues that the fetish represents an active denial of the central conflict in the life of the fetishist. This conflict stems from a misperception of the difference between the sexes and leads to a deep-seated fear of castration, the denial of which is at the core of the fetish." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Fak97] Fakhry Davids, M., 1997
Sadomasochism as a Defense
In: Psycho-analytic Psychotherapy in South Africa, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1997, pp. 51-64
Abstract:  Abstract see → Bie00.
[FW78] Falk, Gerhard / Weinberg, Thomas S., 1978
Masters, Slaves and Bitch-God-Classes: The Social Organization of Sadists and Masochists
[FW83] Falk, Gerhard / Weinberg, Thomas S., 1983
Sadomasochism and Popular Western Culture
in: Weinberg, T. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.): S&M: Studies in Sadomasochism → WK83, pp. 137-144
Publisher: Prometheus Books, Amherst, N.Y.
[Far02a] Farin, Michael, 2002
Sacher-Masoch Bibliographie 1856-2003
in: Spörk, Ingrid und Strohmaier, Alexandra (ed.): Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, pp. 307-376
Publisher: Literaturverlag Droschl, Graz
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Far03a] Farin, Michael, 2003
Prolog: Schmerzlüsternheit
in: Farin, Michael (ed.): Phantom Schmerz: Quellentexte zur Begriffsgeschichte des Masochismus, pp. 8-9
Publisher: belleville / Neue Galerie Graz, München
Language: German
[Far03b] Farin, Michael, 2003
Das Blut singt: Zwei Fälle von (Selbst-)Kreuzigung: Matteo von Casale und Margarete Peter
in: Farin, Michael (ed.): Phantom Schmerz: Quellentexte zur Begriffsgeschichte des Masochismus, pp. 574-584
Publisher: belleville / Neue Galerie Graz, München
Language: German
[Far89] Farin, Michael, 1989
Heroine des Grauens - Elisabeth Bathory
Publisher: P. Kirchheim
Language: German
[Far90a] Farin, Michael, 1990
Nachtseiten der Liebe - Feinsinnig vorurteilsfrei, aufgeschlossen: der Begründer der Sexualwissenschaft Richard Freiherr von Krafft-Ebing
In: Süddeutsche Zeitung, SZ am Wochenende, Vol. 184, 11./12. August, 1990, pp. 126
Language: German
Notes:  Also published in → Far90a, pp. 54-57.
[Far98] Farin, Michael, 1998
Böse Bücher
In: Freibeuter, Vol. 76, 1998, pp. 65-74
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Far03] Farin, Michael (ed.), 2003
Phantom Schmerz: Quellentexte zur Begriffsgeschichte des Masochismus
Publisher: belleville / Neue Galerie Graz, München
Language: German
[Far87a] Farin, Michael (ed.), 1987
Leopold von Sacher-Masoch: Materialien zu Leben und Werk
Publisher: Bouvier, Bonn
Language: German
[Far90] Farin, Michael (ed.), 1990
Marquis de Sade - Der Mensch ist böse. Ein erotisch-philosophisches Lesebuch.
Publisher: Heyne
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Far91] Farin, Michael (ed.), 1990
Lust am Schmerz: Texte und Bilder zur Flagellomanie
Publisher: Schneekluth, München
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin / SMart-Rhein-Ruhr Archive, Dortmund
[Far70] Farley-Gray, R., 1970
The leather scene. A guide in photographs to the sexual world of leather and latex
Publisher: Canova Press, London
[Far71] Farley-Gray, Roger, 1971
Sexual Deviation
Publisher: Luxor Press, London
Abstract:  "Ten personal confessions of people with strange desires, leather, rubber, bondage, spanking etc."
[Far87] Farr, Susan, 1987
The Art of Discipline: Creating Erotic Dramas of Play and Power
in: SAMOIS (ed.): Coming to Power; Writings and Graphics on Lesbian S/M, 3rd revised and updated edition, pp. 183-191
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Boston
[Far85] Farren, Mick, 1985
The Black Leather Jacket
Publisher: Abbeville, New York
[Far97] Farrugia, Paul J., 1997
The Consent Defence: Sports Violence, Sadomasochism, and the Criminal Law
In: Auckland University Law Review, Vol. 8, No. 2, 1997, pp. 472-502
[Fau76] Faustman, William O., 1976
Aversive control of maladaptive sexual behavior: Past developments and future trends
In: Psychology: A Journal of Human Behavior, Vol. 13, No. 4, 1976, pp. 53-60
Abstract:  "Traces the evolution and present status of the application of aversion therapy to homosexuality, fetishism, and transvestism. Attention is focused on the generally poor outcomes obtained by using emetic solutions or electric shock paradigms with homosexuals, and it is argued that aversion treatment disregards the complex learned repertoire and topography of homosexual behavior. The impressive results of aversion therapy, particularly electrical techniques, with fetishism-transvestism, on the other hand, are attributed to the fact that these types of deviance involve relatively simple private behaviors. Ethical questions involving such treatments are considered, and it is urged that individual paradigms be designed for each patient, with aversive control being applied only when no other effective treatment is available." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Fed93] Fedderke, Dagmar, 1993
Die Geschichte mit A.
Publisher: Konkursbuch, Tübingen
Language: German
Notes:  200 pages
Archived at: SMart-Rhein-Ruhr Archive, Dortmund
[Fed13] Federn, Paul, 1913
Beiträge zur Analyse des Sadismus und Masochismus
In: Internationale Zeitschrift für ärztliche Psychoanalyse, Vol. 1, 1913, pp. 29-49
Language: German
[Fed14] Federn, Paul, 1914
Beiträge zur Analyse des Sadismus und Masochismus
In: Internationale Zeitschrift für ärztliche Psychoanalyse, Vol. 2, 1914, pp. 105-130
Language: German
[FR+92] Fedora, Orestes / Reddon, John R. / Morrison, James W. / Fedora, Shawn K. / Pascoe, Herbert / Yeudall, Lorne T., 1992
Sadism and other paraphilias in normal controls and aggressive and nonaggressive sex offenders.
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 21, No. 1, 1992, pp. 1-15
Abstract:  "Penile circumference responses (PCRs) to a visual age/gender erotic preference battery were analyzed from 60 normal controls and 227 sexual offenders. Sixty offenders were classified as sexual aggressives on the basis of their behavior and damage to their victims. The mean PCR to sadism slides (visual portrayals of nonsexual violence against fully clothed females) was significantly larger for the sexually aggressive group compared to the sexual nonaggressive offender and normal control groups. There were no significant differences in mean victim damage scores between the sexual aggressives who responded significantly to the sadism slides and those who did not. Thus, PCRs were not useful in identifying more from less dangerous sexual aggressives. The incidence of a clinically significant PCR to any of the four paraphilic categories included in the assessment battery was 28, 60, and 65% in the normal controls, sexual nonaggressives, and sexual aggressives, respectively. For sadism, it was 5, 8, and 45% respectively, for these groups. Pedophilia had a low incidence of co-occurrence with other paraphilias whereas sadism, transvestism/fetishism, and the courtship disorder paraphilias had a high incidence of co-occurrence."
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Fed92] Fedoroff, J.P., 1992
Buspirone hydrochloride in the treatment of an atypical paraphilia.
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 21, No. 4, 1992, pp. 401-406
Abstract:  "A case report involving buspirone hydrochloride in the successful treatment of a patient with an atypical paraphilia and transvestic fetishism is presented. Treatment outcome was assessed by the patient's self-report as well as by retrospective examination of detailed notes about paraphilia fantasies which unknown to the therapists, had been kept by the patient. Preliminary evidence indicates that buspirone appears to effectively treat some paraphilias."
[FFF99] Fedoroff, J.P. / Fishell, A. / Fedoroff, B, 1999
A case series of women evaluated for paraphilic sexual disorders
In: Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, Vol. 8, No. 2, 1999, pp. 127-150
[Fed88] Fedoroff, John P., 1988
Buspirone hydrochloride in the treatment of transvestic fetishism
In: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, Vol. 49, No. 10, 1988, pp. 408-409
Abstract:  "Presents a case report of a 46-yr-old man with generalized anxiety disorder and transvestic fetishism who responded to buspirone. Cross-dressing stopped during buspirone administration but not alprazolam." (APA/PsycINFO) See also → Fis89a.
[Foc93] FEHLT, 1993
FEHLT
In: Focus, Vol. 45, 1993, pp. ?-?
Language: German
[FMM68] Feldman, M.P. / MacCulloch, M.J. / MacCulloch, Mary L., 1968
The aversion therapy treatment of a heterogeneous group of five cases of sexual deviation
In: Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, Vol. 44, No. 2, 1968, pp. 113-123
Abstract:  "Describes the case histories and response to treatment of 5 patients, displaying sexual deviations other than homosexuality, who had been treated by anticipatory avoidance learning. Only 2 of these Ss have responded successfully to treatment. It is concluded that a response to treatment is closely related both to preexisting psychopathology and to the S's social setting. Detailed pretreatment assessment of these factors and attention to them in the treatment situation are as essential to successful therapy as a sound and carefully applied learning technique." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Fel73] Feldman, P., 1973
Abnormal sexual behaviour - males
in: Eysenck, H.J. (ed.): Handbook of Abnormal Psychology, pp. 131-170
Publisher: EdITS, San Diego
Abstract:  "Discusses the classification, measurement, etiology and treatment of various types of sexual deviations in males. (from the chapter) homosexuality / fetishism and transvestism / transsexualism / exhibitionism / impotence /paedophilia." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Fen25] Fenichel, Otto, 1925
The Clinical Aspect of the Need for Punishment
In: International Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 9, 1925, pp. 47-70
Notes:  Also reprinted in → Han95.
[Fen28] Fenichel, Otto, 1928
The Clinical Aspect of the Need for Punishment
In: The International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, Vol. 9, 1928, pp. 47-70
[Fen31] Fenichel, Otto, 1931
Perversionen, Psychosen, Charakterstörungen. Psychoanalytische spezielle Neurosenlehre
Publisher: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, Wien
Language: German
[Fen33] Fenichel, Otto, 1933
Outline of Clinical Psychoanalysis, Chapter VI: Sexual Perversions
In: Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Vol. 2, 1933, pp. 260-308
Abstract:  "Differentiation is made between compulsion neuroses and perversions, both of which arise from the pregenital phase but differ in that perversions are ego-acceptable. Perversions are more than a continuance of infantile sexuality, representing also regression and a complex developmental anomaly in response to life experiences such as fixations, disappointments, and incomplete repressions. Bisexualism plays a part both as a constitutional and as a psychic factor. Most important are Oedipus and castration complexes in the development of perversions. Analysis of homosexualism reveals that it serves as an associative force in repressing other and more ego-objectionable things, such as Oedipus and castration anxieties, with consequent libido displacement. Formulations derived from the study of homosexualism are applicable to the whole group of perversions. Fetishism, transvestitism, and exhibitionism are all forms of castration denial. Voyeurism is related to the primal scene. The constitutional element is probably an augmented erogenicity of specific zones. Prognosis and therapy are restricted by the ego-acceptableness of the perversion, but are better than generally assumed in homosexuals. In combination with neuroses prognosis is better." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Fen45] Fenichel, Otto, 1945
The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis
Publisher: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, London / New York
Notes:  703 pp.
[Fen75] Fenichel, Otto, 1975
Psychoanalytische Neurosenlehre
Publisher: Walter-Verlag, Olten und Freiburg im Breisgau
Language: German
[Fen74] Fensterheim, Herbert, 1974
Behavior therapy of the sexual variations
In: Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1974, pp. 16-28
Abstract:  "Describes the behavior therapy of such sexual variant behavior as fetishism, exhibitionism, and transvestism. Homosexual behaviors are excluded from consideration. Clinical guidelines are formulated to determine when the variant behaviors should be treated directly and when other behaviors must be treated first. The aversive methods currently are the most powerful techniques for modifying such behaviors. However, clinical experience suggests that other methods, particularly thought stoppage, may prove even more effective. Several cases are presented to illustrate the flexibility and highly individualized nature of behavior therapy in this area." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Fen88] Fenz, Josef, 1988
Gebraucht die Votzen und Schwänze nicht nur zum Kuscheln im Bett ... Sexualität ist politisch. Entwurf eines politischen Programms der Libertine-Sadomasochismusinitiative.
Typoskript
Notes:  13 pages.
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Fer75] Ferber, Leon, 1975
Beating Fantasies
in: Marcus, I. / Frances, J. (ed.): Masturbation from Infancy to Senescence, pp. 205-222
Publisher: International Universities Press, New York
[Fer25] Ferenczi, Sandor, 1925
Zur Psychoanalyse von Sexualgewohnheiten
Publisher: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, Leipzig, Wien, Zürich
Language: German
Archived at: SMart-Rhein-Ruhr Archive, Dortmund
[Fer02] Fernbach, Amanda, 2002
Millennial decadence, postmodernism and decadent fetishism
In: Literature and Psychology, Vol. 48, No. 1-2, 2002, pp. 32-64
Abstract:  "Discusses fetishism in contemporary culture, addressing the meaning of fetishism as it circulates in subcultural spaces, such as club cultures, and looking at a possible relationship to its theoretical psychoanalytic definition. The author argues that while the Freudian concept of fetishism closes down on the multiple meanings of the fetish, other cultural texts illustrate the pluralities of fetishism. The turn-of-the-millennium culture exhibits both kinds of warring energies, offering many examples of classical fetishism that support a traditional set of associations about gender and sexuality, as well as displaying other kinds of fetishism that challenge the primacy of this psychoanalytic model."
[FM78] Feshbach, Seymour / Malamuth, Neil, 1978
Sex and aggression: proving the link
In: Psychology Today, Vol. 12, No. 6, 1978, pp. 111-117
Abstract:  "Laboratory research by the authors suggests that sexual arousal and aggression may be mutually enhancing in our culture. The prevailing view among psychologists is that pornography does not foster deviant or criminal behavior among adolescents and adults. The authors propose not to apply this judgement uniformly to all forms of erotica and pornography, for one of the most troubling results of their research suggests that men who view erotic materials depicting sadomasochistic encounters tend to be more stimulated than others by the idea of rape and less sympathetic to the victims. The research-study is discussed at length, in the meantime other recent findings are included as well."
[FM79] Feshbach, Seymour / Malamuth, Neil, 1979
Sex und Gewalt: Was sie verbindet, was sie trennt
In: Psychologie Heute, Vol. 2, 1979, pp. 67-75
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Fes96] Festenberg, Nikolaus von, 1996
Amor trägt Trauerflor
In: Spiegel, Vol. 23, 1996, pp. 132-136
Language: German
[Fie97] Fiedler, Peter, 1997
Selbstschädigende und sadistische Persönlichkeitsstörungen: Abschied von zwei untauglichen Konzepten
in: Fiedler, Peter (ed.): Persönlichkeitsstörungen, 3rd updated edition, pp. 348-354
Publisher: Beltz Psychologie Verlags Union, Weinheim
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Fie61] Fielitz, Hans, 1961
Anerzogener Masochismus
Publisher: Eruditor, Oberndorf
Language: German
[Fil88] Filter, Cornelia, 1988
Die bittere Realität
in: Schwarzer, Alice (ed.): EMMA Sonderband PorNO → Sch88, pp. 24-30
Publisher: EMMA Frauenverlags GmbH, Köln
Language: German
[Fil88a] Filter, Cornelia, 1988
Bomber-Pilotin + Porno-Produzentin
in: Schwarzer, Alice (ed.): EMMA Sonderband PorNO → Sch88, pp. 68-75
Publisher: EMMA Frauenverlags GmbH, Köln
Language: German
[Fin92] Finell, J.S., 1992
Sadomasochism and Complementarity in the Interaction of the Narcissistic and Borderline Personality Type
In: The Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 79, No. 3, 1992, pp. 361-379
[Fin54] Fink, Harold Kenneth, 1954
Long Journey: A Verbatim Report of a Case of Severe Psychosexual Infantilism
Publisher: Julian Press, New York
[FN00] Finke, Michael / Niekerk, Carl (ed.), 2000
One Hundred Years of Masochism: Literary Texts, Social and Cultural Contexts Series: Psychoanalysis and Culture, Vol. 10
Publisher: Rodopi, Amsterdam und Atlanta, Georgia
Abstract:  "Just over a century has passed since the sexologist Richard von Krafft-Ebing coined the term masochism in a revised edition of his Psychopathia Sexualis (1890). Put into circulation as part of the fin-de-siecle process through which sexuality and sexual practices considered deviant became medicalized, this suspicious concept grew in significance and explanatory power in the expanding new context of psychoanalytic discourse. Today the study of masochism shows signs of becoming a discipline in its own right, the political, social, and cultural ramifications of which exceed and, indeed, render problematic, traditional psychoanalytic perspectives on the phenomenon. The essays in this volume demonstrate, however, that the concept of masochism still offers a point of entry into psychoanalytic theory that, while revealing a number of its most vexing insufficiencies and problematic constructions, evokes also a sometimes surprising illuminative potential and capacity to adapt to changing social realities. And as the volume's title is meant to suggest, the authors represented here tend to agree that the continued rich viability of psychoanalytic theory in cultural analysis is best appreciated and ensured through engaging the theory's own social-historical and cultural contexts."
[Fin62] Finkelstein, J., 1962
A Propos De Quelques Conduites Masochiques
In: Revue Française De Psychanalyse, Vol. 26, 1962, pp. 67-86
Language: French
[Fis98] Fischer, Carolin, 1998
Erfand de Sade den Sadismus? Zwischen medizinischer Irrlehre und literarischer Wahrheit
In: Freibeuter, Vol. 76, 1998, pp. 75-83
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[FS99] Fischer, L. / Smith, G., 1999
Statistical Adequacy of the Abel Assessment for Interest in Paraphilias
In: Sexual Abuse, Vol. 11, No. 3, 1999, pp. 195-206
Abstract:  "A review of the psychometric properties of the Abel Assessment for Interest in Paraphilias (AAIP) is presented. The data supporting the AAIP's history, purpose, data, reliability, validity, and norms are reported, with the conclusion that its use with adults is tenuous at best and its use with adolescents is as yet unsupported. Pragmatic concerns are noted, along with recommendations for further research."
[Fis88] Fischer, Monika, 1988
Ich war Domina. Wie TEMPO-Redakteurin Monika Fischer die Kunst der Demütigung lernte.
In: Tempo, Vol. 8, 1988, pp. 48-53
Language: German
[Fis79] Fischer-Homberger, Esther, 1979
Krankheit Frau und andere Arbeiten zur Medizingeschichte der Frau
Publisher: Hans Huber, Stuttgart
Language: German
[Fis89a] Fishbain, David A., 1989
Buspirone and transvestic fetishism
In: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, Vol. 50, No. 11, 1989, pp. 436-437
Abstract:  "D. A. Fishbain disagrees with J. P. Fedoroff's (→ Fed88) conclusion that buspirone reduced a cross-dressing patient's frequency of cross-dressing, independent of its antianxiety effect. Fishbain argues that the aberrant behavior (i.e., cross-dressing) was a symptom-relief mechanism for anxiety. The concept of aberrant behavior serving a symptom-relief function deserves further psychiatric investigation." (APA/PsycINFO)
[FCS94] Fisher, Randy D. / Cook, Ida J. / Shirkey, Edwin C., 1994
Correlates of Support for Censorship of Sexual, Sexually Violent, and Violent Media
In: Journal of Sex Research, Vol. 31, No. 3, 1994, pp. 229-240
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Fis89] Fisher, Seymour, 1989
Sexual Images of the Self: The Psychology of Erotic Sensations and Illusions
Publisher: Erlbaum, Hillsdale, N.J.
[Fis01] Fisher, William A., 2001
Internet pornography: a social psychological perspective on internet sexuality
In: Journal of Sex Research, 2001, pp. ?-?
URL: www.findarticles.com
[FG94a] Fisher, William A. / Grenier, Guy, 1994
Violent Pornography, Antiwomen Thoughts, and Antiwomen Acts: In Search of Reliable Effects
In: Journal of Sex Research, Vol. 31, No. 1, 1994, pp. 23-38
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Fit00] Fitzgerald, W.A., 2000
Explaining the variety of human sexuality
In: Medical Hypotheses, Vol. 55, No. 5, 2000, pp. 435-439
Abstract:  "In this paper, the author formulates a theory to explain why human sexual orientation seems to run amok. The 'psychic instrument', as he terms it, is the baby's dreaming mind which interprets or misinterprets input from its sociocultural sexual environment. The baby, already born an omnisexual being, then develops a fantasy life with socially sanctioned or unsanctioned fetishes which are likely to be expressed when certain triggering situations arise."
[Flu99] Flüring, Florian, 1999
In der Umlaufbahn des Mondes: Bekenntnisse eines Pygomanen
Publisher: Seitenblick, Siegburg
Language: German
[Flag] Flag (various authors), 1971-?
Flag Bildmagazin
Zeitschrift
Notes:  German edition of Flag International. Archived issue: 3/1971.
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Fla30] Flake, Otto, 1930
Marquis de Sade. Mit einem Anhang über Retif de la Bretonne.
Publisher: S. Fischer, Berlin
Language: German
[Fla93] Flanagan, Bob, 1993
Supermasochist
Publisher: Re/Search Publications
[FJB02] Fleming, William M. / Jory, Brian / Burton, David L., 2002
Characteristics of juvenile offenders admitting to sexual activity with nonhuman animals
In: Society and Animals, Vol. 10, No. 1, 2002, pp. 31-45
Abstract:  "Compared the family characteristics, victimization histories, and number of perpetration offenses of juvenile offenders who admitted to having had sex with animals to juvenile offenders who did not. Ss were 381 institutionalized, adjudicated, male youth offenders (mean age 16.9 yrs). Ss completed an anonymous self-report questionnaire. Results revealed that 96% of the juveniles who had engaged in sex with animals also admitted to sex offenses against humans and reported more offenses against humans than other sex offenders their same age and race. Those juveniles who had engaged in sex with animals were similar to other sex offenders in that they also came from families with less affirming and more incendiary communication, lower attachment, less adaptability, and less positive environments. Those juveniles who had engaged in sex with animals reported victimization histories with more emotional abuse and neglect and a higher number of victimization events than other offenders. This suggests that sex with animals may be an important indicator of potential or co-occurring sex offenses against humans and may be a sign of severe family dysfunction and abuse that should be addressed in the arenas of psychological intervention, juvenile justice programs, and public policy."
[FO+93] Flobecker, Pia / Ottosson, Johan / Johansson, Lars / Hietala, Max-Albert / Gezelius, Christer / Eriksson, Anders, 1993
Accidental Deaths From Asphyxia: A 10-Year Retrospective Study From Sweden
In: The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, Vol. 14, No. 1, 1993, pp. 74-79
[Flo87] Flor-Henry, Pierre, 1987
Cerebral aspects of sexual deviation
in: Wilson, Glenn (ed.): Variant Sexuality: Research and Theory, pp. 49-83
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore
Abstract:  Glenn Wilson: "Pierre Flor-Henry considers the evidence for the involvement of neurological factors in deviant sexuality and presents new evidence that exhibitionists in particular can be distinguished from normal persons on the basis of EEG responses to standard mental tasks." See also → OCa89.
[Foe94] Foelske, Walter, 1994
Im Wiesenfleck
Publisher: Thom, Leipzig
Language: German
[Fog92] Fog, Agner, 1992
Paraphilias and Therapy
In: Nordisk Sexologi, Vol. 10, No. 4, 1992, pp. 236-242
[Fog91] Fogel, Gerald I. (ed.), 1991
Perversions and Near-Perversions in Clinical Practice: New Psychoanalytic Perspectives
Publisher: Yale University Press, New Haven et al.
[FM91] Fogel, Gerald I. / Myers, Wayne A. (ed.), 1991
Perversions and Near-Perversions in Clinical Practice: New Psychoanalytic Perspectives
Publisher: Yale University Press, New Haven, Conn.
Abstract:  Abstract see → Bie00.
[Fon97] Fontanel, Béatrice, 1997
Support and Seduction: A History of Corsets and Bras
Publisher: Abrams, New York
[Foo69] Fookes, B.H., 1969
Some experiences in the use of aversion therapy in male homosexuality, exhibitionism and fetishism-transvestism
In: British Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 115, 1969, pp. 339-341
Abstract:  "Summarizes experiences of 5 yr. of treatment of 27 cases of sexual disorders. Success ranged from 60% with homosexuality to 100% with fetishism-transvestism, and no harmful effects of aversion treatments were discernible. The patients welcomed the changes, consisting of the loss of desire for the perversion." (APA/PsycINFO)
[For80] Forbes, D., 1980
Leather poet Jim Holmes views from afar
In: The Advocate, Vol. 395, 1980, pp. 34-36
[FB51] Ford, Clellan S. / Beach, Frank A., 1951
Patterns of Sexual Behavior
Publisher: Harper & Brothers, New York
[FB54] Ford, Clellan S. / Beach, Frank A., 1954
Das Sexualverhalten von Mensch und Tier
Publisher: Kraemer & Hansen GmbH, Osnabrück
Language: German
[FB68] Ford, Clellan S. / Beach, Frank A., 1968
Formen der Sexualität. Das Sexualverhalten bei Mensch und Tier.
Publisher: Rowohlt, Reinbek
Language: German
[For91] Fordham, Michael, 1991
The androgyne: Some inconclusive reflections on sexual perversions
in: Samuels, Andrew (ed.): Psychopathology: Contemporary Jungian perspectives, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Guilford Press, New York
[For05] Forel, August, 1905
Die sexuelle Frage. Eine naturwissenschaftliche, psychologische, hygienische und soziologische Studie für Gebildete.
Publisher: Ernst Reinhardt Verlagsbuchhandlung, München
Language: German
[For06] Forel, August, 1906
Die sexuelle Frage: eine naturwissenschaftliche, psychologische, hygienische und soziologische Studie für Gebildete
4th and 5th corrected and enlarged edition
Publisher: Reinhardt, München
Language: German
Notes:  XII/623 pages
Archived at: SMart-Rhein-Ruhr Archive, Dortmund
[For31] Forel, AugustFetscher, Rainer (ed.), 1931
Die sexuelle Frage
16th completely revised edition
Publisher: Reinhardt, München
Language: German
Notes:  588 pages
[For02] Forsyth, Craig J., 2002
The Structuring of Vicarious Sex
in: Hensley, Christopher / Tewksbury, Richard (ed.): Sexual Deviance: A Reader, pp. 25-39
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder, Colorado
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[For02a] Forsyth, Craig J., 2002
Parade Strippers: A Note on Being Naked in Public
in: Hensley, Christopher / Tewksbury, Richard (ed.): Sexual Deviance: A Reader, pp. 79-88
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder, Colorado
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[For10] Fort, Jean (ed.), ca. 1910
Le masochisme en Amérique. Recueil des récits et impressions personelles d'une victime du féminisme, suivi de La Petite Marquise de Sade de Pierre Dumarchey.
Publisher: MISSING, Paris
Language: French
[FKG97] Forum für Kunst / Geist e.V. (ed.), 1997
Die geheime flagellantische Sammlung des Justizassessors Hugo, Nürnberg 1907
(The secret flagellantistic collection of court assessor Hugo, Nuremberg 1907)
Publisher: DMK-Verlags-Distribution, Nürnberg
Language: German
[Fou61] Foucault, Michel, 1961
Folie et déraison. Histoire de la folie a l'âge classique.
Publisher: Plon, Paris
Language: French
[Fou75] Foucault, Michel, 1975
Surveiller et Punir. Naissance de la prison.
Publisher: Gallimard, Paris
Language: French
[Fou76] Foucault, Michel, 1976
Histoire de la sexualité I. La volonté de savoir.
Publisher: Gallimard, Paris
Language: French
[Fou77] Foucault, Michel, 1977
Überwachen und Strafen. Die Geburt des Gefängnisses.
Publisher: Suhrkamp, Frankfurt/M.
Language: German
[Fou83] Foucault, Michel, 1983
Der Wille zum Wissen. Series: Sexualität und Wahrheit, Vol. 1
Publisher: Suhrkamp, Frankfurt/M.
Language: German
[Fou84] Foucault, Michel, ohne Jahr (1984)
Von der Freundschaft als Lebensweise. Michel Foucault im Gespräch.
in: (ed.): , pp. 61-67
Publisher: Merve, Berlin
Language: German
[Fou99] Foucault, Michel, 1999
Sex, Macht und die Politik der Identität. Interview mit Michel Foucault (1982).
In: diskus. Frankfurter StudentInnen Zeitschrift, Vol. 48, No. 2, 1999, pp. 34-42
Language: German
[Fou92] Fout, J.C. (ed.), 1992
Forbidden History: The State, Society, and the Regulation of Sexuality in Modern Europe
Publisher: University of Chicago Press, Chicago
[Fow07] Fowler, Dr. Gastien, 1907
Maisons de flagellation
probably 1st edition
Publisher: MISSING, Paris-Pragues
Language: French
[Fra94] Fragola, Anthony N., 1994
From the ecclesiastical to the profane: Foot fetishism in Luis Buñuel and Alain Robbe-Grillet
In: Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 22, No. 4, 1994, pp. 663-680
Abstract:  "The Spanish surrealist L. Bunuel and the French writer/director A. Robbe-Grillet, who shares surrealist affinities with Bunuel, reveal the presence of feet and foot fetishism (FF) throughout the body of their work. Bunuel believes that sexual compulsions and deviations originate from the repressive teaching of Catholicism that equates sex with guilt. He demonstrates that the fetish is a substitute for intimacy evolving from an overpowering fear of castration rooted in the anxiety of women as being biologically separate from men. For Robbe-Grillet, FF serves as a means to both construct and deconstruct narrative and his use of it as punctuation is far more extensive than that of Bunuel. Whereas Bunuel treats FF and other compulsions as deviancies whose origins are religious, Robbe-Grillet presents them, if society were more truthful, as the norm." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Fra84] France, Marie, 1984
Sadomasochism and Feminism
In: Feminist Review, Vol. 16, 1984, pp. 35-42
[Fra84a] Francesconi, Hedy, 1984
Transvestitismus beim Mann
(Male transvestism)
In: Psyche: Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse und ihre Anwendungen, Vol. 38, No. 9, 1984, pp. 801-816
Language: German
Abstract:  "Discusses transvestism in connection with the treatment of a 25-yr-old male patient. Even though elements of fetishism (perversion) and addiction are discernible, transvestism should be etiologically distinguished from these. The function and meaning of cross-dressing are important. The latter is used to resolve the separation trauma of the symbiotic phase. The transvestite attempts to hold fast the mother within the transvestite act so as to control her. The transference relationship is complicated because of the intense aggression that normally is bound up and isolated within the perverse act." (APA/PsycINFO)
[FKW98] Francoeur, Robert T. / Koch, Patricia / Weis, David (ed.), 1998
Sexuality in America: Understanding Our Sexual Values and Behavior
Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group, New York
[Fra13] Frank, Ludwig, 1913
Affektstörungen: Studien über ihre Ätiologie und Therapie
Publisher: Julius Springer, Berlin
Language: German
[Fra87] Franklin, D., 1987
The politics of masochism
In: Psychology Today, Vol. 21, No. 1, 1987, pp. 52-57
[Fra56] Franzen, Peter, 1956
Die Flagellomanie und ihre heutigen Erscheinungsformen
Publisher: Lassen, Hamburg
Language: German
[Fra77] Fraxi, Pisanus (i.e. Henry Spencer Ashbee), 1877
Index Librorum Prohibitorum: Being Notes Bio- Biblio- Icono-graphical and Critical on Curious and Uncommon Books
Publisher: Privately printed, London
[Fra79] Fraxi, Pisanus (i.e. Henry Spencer Ashbee), 1879
Centuria Librorum Absconditorum: Being Notes Bio- Biblio- Icono-graphical and Critical on Curious and Uncommon Books
Publisher: Privately printed, London
[Fra85] Fraxi, Pisanus (i.e. Henry Spencer Ashbee), 1885
Catena Librorum Tacendorum: Being Notes Bio- Biblio- Icono-graphical and Critical on Curious and Uncommon Books
Publisher: Privately printed, London
[Fre99] Freeman, E., 1999
Between the Body and the Flesh: Performing Sadomasochism
In: GLQ - a Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, Vol. 5, No. 1, 1999, pp. 63-72
[FF92] Freeman, R. / Freeman, T., 1992
An Anatomical Commentary on the Concept of Infantile Oral Sadism
In: International Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 73, 1992, pp. 343-348
[Fre22] Freud, Anna, 1922
Schlagephantasie und Tagtraum
In: International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, Vol. 4, 1922, pp. 89-102
Language: German
[Fre95] Freud, Anna, 1995
Beating Fantasies and Daydreams
in: Hanly, Margaret Ann Fitzpatrick (ed.): Essential Papers on Masochism, pp. 89-102
Publisher: New York University Press, New York
Notes:  Translation of → Fre22.
[Fre05] Freud, Sigmund, 1905
Drei Abhandlungen zur Sexualtheorie
Publisher: Deuticke, Leipzig u.a.
Language: German
Notes:  82 pages
[Fre05a] Freud, Sigmund, 1905
Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality
in: Strachey, James et al. (ed.): Standard Edition of the Complete Works of Sigmund Freud, pp. 130-245
Publisher: Hogarth, London
Notes:  English translation of → Fre05
[Fre12] Freud, Sigmund, 1920
Über die allgemeinste Erniedrigung des Liebeslebens
in: (ed.): Sigmund Freud, Studienausgabe Vol. 3, pp. ?-?
Publisher: S. Fischer, Frankfurt/M.
Language: German
[Fre19] Freud, Sigmund, 1920
Ein Kind wird geschlagen
in: (ed.): Sigmund Freud, Studienausgabe Vol. 7, pp. ?-?
Publisher: S. Fischer, Frankfurt/M.
Language: German
[Fre19a] Freud, Sigmund, 1919
A Child is Being Beaten
in: Strachey, James et al. (ed.): Standard Edition of the Complete Works of Sigmund Freud, pp. 175-204
Publisher: Hogarth, London
Notes:  English translation of → Fre19
[Fre20] Freud, Sigmund, 1920
Jenseits des Lustprinzips
in: (ed.): Sigmund Freud, Studienausgabe Vol. 3, pp. ?-?
Publisher: S. Fischer, Frankfurt/M.
Language: German
[Fre20a] Freud, Sigmund, 1920
Beyond the Pleasure Principle
in: Strachey, James et al. (ed.): Standard Edition of the Complete Works of Sigmund Freud, pp. 36-38
Publisher: Hogarth, London
Notes:  English translation of → Fre20
[Fre24] Freud, Sigmund, 1924
Das ökonomische Problem des Masochismus
In: Internationale Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse, Vol. 10, No. 2, 1924, pp. 121-133
Language: German
Notes:  Also published in → Far03, pp. 350-358.
[Fre24a] Freud, Sigmund, 1924
The Economic Problem of Masochism
in: Strachey, James et al. (ed.): Standard Edition of the Complete Works of Sigmund Freud, pp. 159-170
Publisher: Hogarth, London
Notes:  English translation of → Fre24
[Fre27] Freud, Sigmund, 1927
Fetischismus
In: Internationale Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse, Vol. 13, 1927, pp. 373-378
Language: German
[Fre28] Freud, Sigmund, 1928
Fetishism
In: International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, Vol. 9, 1928, pp. 161-166
Notes:  English translation of → Fre27.
Abstract:  "The fetish is the substitute for the woman's (mother's) phallus, which the little boy believed in, and will not give up. The child represses the perception of the genital. Or, if it is desired to distinguish between the fate of the affect and the image, repression could be used to refer to the fate of the affect, and denial (not "scotomization") to express the fate of the image. All fetishists show hostility to the real feminine genital. Freud ascribes this attitude to the castration terror, and not also to the memory of the birth trauma. The fetishes often show the double attitude of denial and acceptance of the woman's castration, as well as tenderness and hostility. With this is compared the Chinese reverence towards the woman's crippled foot." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Fre63] Freud, Sigmund, 1963
Sexuality and the psychology of love
Publisher: Collier/Macmillian, New York
Notes:  X, 213 pp.
Abstract:  From the cover: "The importance of sexuality and infantilism in shaping individual destiny sets the general theme for these groundbreaking studies. Elaborating his now-famous frustration theory, Freud dramatically illustrates how a person's sexuality can be stifled to the point of neurosis by a sex-scared society. With utter frankness, he explains various aspects of homosexuality, incest, frigidity, impotence, masochism, sadism, and fetishism."
[Fre73] Freud, Sigmund, 1973
Sigmund Freud, Studienausgabe
Publisher: S. Fischer, Frankfurt/M.
Language: German
[Fre76] Freund, Kurt, 1976
Diagnosis and treatment of forensically significant anomalous erotic preferences
In: Canadian Journal of Criminology and Corrections, Vol. 18, 1976, pp. 181-189
[Fre90] Freund, Kurt, 1990
Courtship disorder
in: Marshall, W.L. / Laws, Donald Richard / Barbaree, Howard E. (ed.): Handbook of Sexual Assault: Issues, Theories, and Treatment of the Offender, pp. 195-207
Publisher: Plenum, New York
[FB93] Freund, Kurt / Blanchard, Ray, 1993
Erotic target location errors in male gender dysphorics, paedophiles, and fetishists
In: British Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 162, 1993, pp. 558-563
Abstract:  "A clinical series of male pedophiles who dressed or fantasized themselves as children suggests that certain paraphilias represent developmental errors in locating erotic targets in the environment and that proneness to such errors is a paraphilic dimension in its own right, apart from the specific nature of the erotic target." (APA/PsycINFO)
[FK65] Freund, Kurt / Kolárský, A., 1965
Grundzüge eines einfachen Bezugssystems für die Analyse sexueller Deviationen
In: Psychiatrie, Neurologie und medizinische Psychologie, Vol. 17, 1965, pp. 221-225
Language: German
[FSH83] Freund, Kurt / Scher, H. / Hucker, S., 1983
The courtship disorders
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 12, 1983, pp. 369-379
[FS98] Freund, Kurt / Seto, Michael C., 1998
Preferential rape in the theory of courtship disorder
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 27, No. 5, 1998, pp. 433-443
Abstract:  "The theory of courtship disorder suggests voyeurism, exhibitionism, frotteurism, and preferential rape (a paraphilic preference for coercive sex) are expressions of a common underlying disturbance. Previous research has demonstrated that voyeurism, exhibitionism, and frotteurism are relatively likely to co-occur; however, their associations with rape are weaker. One explanation is that rapists are more heterogeneous and may not always be motivated by a paraphilic interest in coercive sex. Paraphilic interests can be identified using phallometric testing, but the sensitivity of the test is attenuated by voluntary control over erectile responding. Another approach is to look for a behavioral marker associated with paraphilic rape-proneness. Freund (1990) has argued that exhibitionism may be the "hub" of courtship disorder because exposing one's genitals to a stranger is rare in control subjects. We predicted that rapists who also engaged in exhibitionistic activity would be more likely than other rapists to also engage in other expressions of courtship disorder, i.e., voyeurism and frotteurism. To rule out the possibility that rapists who report exhibitionistic activity only differ in their willingness to report anomalous sexual behavior, we also predicted no difference between the groups in their self-reported involvement in other paraphilic activities such as sadism or masochism, or paraphilic target preferences such as fetishism or transvestism. Finally, we predicted no difference between groups in their willingness to admit to attempting or committing rape. The results supported our predictions, and lend credence to the notion of preferential rape as an expression of courtship disorder. Moreover, these results suggest that the presence of another paraphilia, particularly exhibitionism, may be useful as a behavioral marker for paraphilic rape-proneness."
[FSK95] Freund, Kurt / Seto, Michael C. / Kuban, Michael, 1995
Masochism: A Multiple Case Study
In: Sexuologie, Vol. 2, No. 4, 1995, pp. 313-324
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[FSK96] Freund, Kurt / Seto, Michael C. / Kuban, Michael, 1996
Two types of fetishism
In: Behaviour Research and Therapy, Vol. 34, No. 9, 1996, pp. 687-694
Abstract:  "This study attempted to differentiate two clinical types of fetishism-fetishism proper and tranvestism-and to determine if tranvestites are truly fetishistic. The transvestites were further divided into gender-conforming and gender-noncomforming groups according to their score on a gender identity scale. These groups were compared using a self-report scale measuring fetishistic interests, and a set of questionnaire items regarding their childhood history, parental characteristics, and their emotional closeness with their parents. In addition, the penile responses of a subset of fetishists and tranvestites were recorded while they were presented with visual depictions of female and male public regions and potentially fetishistic objects (nylon stockings, female and male shoes, panties, male underwear, female and male feet). The fetishists proper and the transvestite subgroups did not differ from each other in terms of self-reported fetishistic interest or childhood and family histories. Moreover, there were no differences between these groups in their penile response to the potentially fetishistic stimulus they were most aroused by, relative to the depictions of the pubic region of their preferred gender. These results suggest that transvestites are in fact fetishistic, and that they are difficult to distinguish from fetishists proper."
[FSK97] Freund, Kurt / Seto, Michael C. / Kuban, Michael, 1997
Frotteurism: The theory of courtship disorder
in: Laws, Donald Richard / O'Donohue, William (ed.): Sexual Deviance: Theory, Assessment, and Treatment, pp. 111-130
Publisher: Guilford Publications, New York
[FW90] Freund, Kurt / Watson, Robin, 1990
Mapping the Boundaries of Courtship Disorder
In: The Journal of Sex Research, Vol. 27, No. 4, 1990, pp. 589-606
Abstract:  "The courtship disorder hypothesis maintains that voyeurism, exhibitionism, toucheurism-frotteurism, and the preferential rape pattern are expressions of the same disorder (courtship disorder). Earlier studies had shown that with the exception of the preferential rape pattern these paraphilias co-occur to a reasonably high degree. The present study (1) demonstrated that the preferential rape pattern co-occurs with the above reasonably well established expressions of courtship disorder to a higher degree than other main paraphilic activity patterns do and (2) supported the conjecture that in addition to an erotic preference for unfamiliarity of target person-or-object (noted by earlier authors), three other paraphilic target-person or object preferences may be connected with courtship disorder, though they are not at all virtually obligatory as is erotic unfamiliarity. These are choosing children and adults alike as target persons of the paraphilic activities, non-gender dysphoric transvestism, and fetishism."
[FW93] Freund, Kurt / Watson, Robin J., 1993
Gender identity disorder and courtship disorder
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 22, No. 1, 1993, pp. 13-21
Abstract:  "Investigated a hypothetical connection between gender identity disorder and courtship disorder in 274 heterosexual male patients of the following types: nontransvestic fetishists for female attire; transvestic fetishists; patients with gender identity disorder of adolescence and adulthood, nontranssexual type; and transsexuals. Of these patients, 53 had also demonstrated one or more of the putative expressions of courtship disorder. The proportion each of these types contributed to this group of 53 patients with a courtship disorder was compared with the same type's proportional contribution to the group of 221 gender identity patients without a courtship disorder. The transvestic fetishists contributed a significantly larger percentage and the transsexuals a significantly smaller percentage of individuals to the group with a courtship disorder than to that without a courtship disorder." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Fri94] Fricke, Harald, 22. November 1994
Bei Bob am Bett. Wo der Schmerz am tiefsten ist: "Visiting Hours" von und mit Bob Flanagan im New Museum, New York.
In: taz, 22. November 1994, pp. 13
Language: German
[Fri78] Friday, Nancy, 1978
Die sexuellen Phantasien der Frauen
Publisher: Rowohlt, Reinbek
Language: German
[Fri80] Friday, Nancy, 1980
Men in Love
Publisher: Dell, New York
[Fri83] Friday, Nancy, 1983
Die sexuellen Phantasien der Männer
Publisher: Rowohlt, Reinbek
Language: German
[Fri91] Friday, Nancy, 1991
Women on Top: How Real Life has Changed Women's Sexual Fantasies
Publisher: Simon & Schuster, New York
[Fri92] Friday, Nancy, 1992
Befreiung zur Lust - Neue sexuelle Phantasien von Frauen
Publisher: Bertelsmann, München
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → Fri91.
Archived at: SMart-Rhein-Ruhr Archive, Dortmund
[Fri19] Fried, Eugen, 1919
Der Vaginismus und die Ehen perverser Männer
Publisher: Selbstverlag, Wien
Language: German
Notes:  18 pages
[Fri53] Friedeburg, Ludwig von, 1953
Die Umfrage in der Intimsphäre Series: Beiträge zur Sexualforschung, Vol. 4
Publisher: Enke, Stuttgart
Language: German
[Fri79] Frieden, Gary, 1979
Masochistic Behavior as an Outcome of Role Confusion
Paper presented at the American Psychological Association, New York
Abstract:  Abstract see → Bie00.
[Fri56] Friedenberg, F.S., 1956
A Contribution to the Problem of Sadomasochism
In: Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 43, 1956, pp. 91-96
[Fri31] Friedjung, J.K., 1931
Krankhafte Triebabweichungen im Kindesalter
(Pathological deviations of the instincts in childhood)
In: Zeitschrift für Kinderheilkunde, Vol. 50, 1931, pp. 781-784
Language: German
Abstract:  "Friedjung dissents from the opinion of W. Stern that the psychoanalytic doctrine of the child's instinctive life is for the most part not the result of direct observation, but a 'backward projection of the experiences and instinctive attitudes of the adult.' He asserts, on the contrary, that in science, aside from the prediction of the hitherto unknown planet Neptune by Leverrier, there has been no greater example of genius than the enunciation of the doctrine of infantile sexuality by Freud in his Three Contributions to Sexual Theory, without a knowledge of childhood. As illustrations, he reports three of his own cases of pathological changes in the instinctive life of children: one, previously published, of a 16-months-old child with an underclothing fetishism; an 8-year-old flagellant; and a child of the same age with an anxiety neurosis." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Fri70] Friedman, Leon (ed.), 1970
The complete oral arguments before the Supreme Court in the major obscenity cases
Publisher: Chelsea House, New York
[Fri93] Friedman, Richard C., 1993
Männliche Homosexualität
Publisher: Springer, Berlin et al.
Language: German
[FG94] Friedrich, William N. / Gerber, Paul N., 1994
Autoerotic Asphyxia: The Development of a Paraphilia
In: Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Vol. 33, No. 7, 1994, pp. 970-974
[FK82] Frings, Matthias / Kraushaar, Elmar, 1982
MännerLiebe
Publisher: Rowohlt, Reinbek
Language: German
[Fri] Frites,
Abbreviations Used on ASB
URL: www.sexuality.org/l/bdsm/asbabvs.html
[Fri84] Fritscher, Jack, 1984
Leather Blues - The Adventures of Denny Sargent
Publisher: Gay Sunshine, MISSING
Notes:  82 pages
[Fro03] Froehner, R., 1903
Sadistische Verletzungen von Tieren
In: Deutsche tierärztliche Wochenschrift, Vol. 7, 1903, pp. ?
Language: German
[FFM02] Frohman, E.M. / Frohman, T.C. / Moreault, A.M., 2002
Acquired sexual paraphilia in patients with multiple sclerosis
In: Archives of Neurology, Vol. 59, No. 6, 2002, pp. 1006-1010
Abstract:  "BACKGROUND: Sexual dysfunction in patients with multiple sclerosis is typically characterized by diminished libido, erectile and ejaculatory dysfunction in men, and poor lubrication and anorgasmy in women. In contrast, hypersexual behavior and paraphilias are distinctly uncommon in this population of patients, but have been associated with various focal brain lesions. PATIENT AND METHODS: We describe a man with clinically definite multiple sclerosis who developed profound and abrupt disinhibition and paraphilic behavior during an exacerbation. RESULTS: Neuroimaging revealed a marked increase in the number of enhancing lesions in the right sides of the hypothalamus and mesencephalon and extending into the right sides of the red nucleus, substantia nigra, and internal capsule. The altered sexual behavior was characterized by an obsessive and insatiable desire to touch women's breasts. CONCLUSIONS: Acquired sexual paraphilic behavior is uncommon in patients with multiple sclerosis but may occur when inflammatory demyelination involves the hypothalamic and septal regions of the basal prosencephalon. Our experience with this man illustrates the great difficulty involved in treating such patients when the paraphilic behavior becomes persistent."
[Fro42] Fromm, Erich, 1942
The Fear of Freedom
Publisher: Paul, Trench, Trubner, London
Notes:  XI/257 pages
[Fro45] Fromm, Erich, 1945
Die Furcht vor der Freiheit
Publisher: Steinberg, Zürich
Language: German
[Fro73] Fromm, Erich, 1973
The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, New York
[Fro74] Fromm, Erich, 1974
Anatomie der menschlichen Destruktivität
Publisher: DVA, Stuttgart
Language: German
[Fru34] Frusta, Giovanni (i.e. Carl August Fetzer), 1834
Der Flagellantismus und die Jesuitenbeichte. Historisch-psychologische Geschichte der Geisselungsinstitute, Klosterzüchtigungen und Beichtstuhlverirrungen aller Zeiten
Publisher: Scheible, Leipzig und Stuttgart
Language: German
[Fuc99] Fuchs, Alfred, 1899
Therapie der anormalen Vita sexualis bei Männern
Publisher: MISSING, Stuttgart
Language: German
[FK13] Fuchs, Eduard / Kind, Alfred, 1913
Die Weiberherrschaft in der Geschichte der Menschheit
Publisher: A. Langen, München
Language: German
[FK14] Fuchs, Eduard / Kind, Alfred, 1914
Die Weiberherrschaft in der Geschichte der Menschheit, Ergänzungsband
Publisher: A. Langen, München
Language: German
[Fuc04] Fuchs, Hanns, 1904
Auf Dornenpfaden. Ein masochistischer Roman.
Publisher: Barsdorf, Berlin
Language: German
[Fuc10] Fuchs, Hanns, ca. 1910
Aus Herrenblut: Novelle in Tagebuchblättern und Briefen
Publisher: Max Marcus, Berlin
Language: German
[Fuh02] Fuhrmann, Richard, 1902
Herunter die Maske! Eine Anklageschrift gegen unsere "unmoralische Moral" und unser perverses Sexualleben
Publisher: Handels-Dr., Bamberg
Language: German
[FH98] Furnham, Adrian / Haraldsen, Emmy, 1998
Lay Theories of Etiology and "Cure" for Four Types of Paraphilia: Fetishism; Pedophilia; Sexual Sadism; and Voyeurism
In: Journal of Clinical Psychology, Vol. 54, No. 5, 1998, pp. 689-700
Abstract:  "The current study set out to investigate the structure, determinants, and relationship between lay theories of the etiology and efficacy of "cures" for four types of paraphilia: fetishism, pedophilia, sexual sadism, and voyeurism. One hundred and five participants completed a four-part questionnaire, which was divided into (a) demographic details, (b) perceptions of the etiology, (c) ratings of cure for each paraphilia, and (d) the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire. Previous studies of lay theories have demonstrated a clear and interpretable factor structure similar to that of explicit academic theories, as well as a clear and logical relationship between perceived etiology and cure. A similar structure was expected to emerge in this study, together with positive correlations between the various factors and personality type. A factor analysis revealed a clear and logical factor structure for etiology and cure items. Further, etiology and cure factors correlated strongly with each other but only moderately with demographic details and personality differences. These findings are discussed in relation to growing literature in the field."

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