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The Term Perversion

  • Robert J. Stoller

Abstract

Before we get more into the people and places that make up the network of consensual sadomasochism, let us play with further concepts essential for our understanding.

Keywords

Psychoanalytic Theory Erotic Desire Male Pornography Amoral Order Serial Rapist 
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