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The homosexuality of men and women

Author: Magnus Hirschfeld
Publisher: Amherst, NY : Prometheus Books, ©2000.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Magnus Hirschfeld
ISBN: 1573927058 9781573927055
OCLC Number: 41090824
Description: 1209 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Vern L. Bullough --
Preface and Introduction / Magnus Hirschfeld --
Preface to the Second Edition / Magnus Hirchfeld --
Pt. I. The Homosexuality of Men and Women as Biological Occurrence. 1. The Definition and Concept of Male and Female Homosexuality. 2. The Diagnosis of the Homosexuality of Men and Women: The Behavior of Homosexual Men and Women toward Their Own Sex. 3. The Diagnosis of the Homosexuality of Men and Women: The Behavior of Homosexual Men and Women toward the Other Sex. 4. Childhood and Adolescence of Uranian Boys and Girls: The Early Diagnosis of Homosexuality. 5. The Diagnosis of Male and Female Homosexuality: Sexual Incongruities: (I) Features of the Other Sex in the Physical Area. 6. The Diagnosis of Male and Female Homosexuality: Sexual Incongruities: (II) Features of the Other Sex in the Area of the Nervous System and Mental Life. 7. Differential Diagnosis between Friendship and Same-Sex Love. 8. Differential Diagnosis between Homosexuality and Pseudohomosexuality. 9. Differential Diagnosis between Homosexuality and Bisexuality. 10. Differential Diagnosis between Homosexuality and Heterosexual Horror. 11. Differential Diagnosis between Homosexuality and the Remaining Three Groups of Sexual Transitions: Hermaphroditism, Gynandromorphia, and Transvestism. 12. Methods of the Examination of Homosexual Men and Women. 13. Classification of Male and Female Homosexuality: General Criteria. 14. Classification of Homosexuals according to Their Personal Uniqueness. 15. Classification of Homosexuals according to Their Direction of Taste in Choice of Partner and Forms of Sexual Activity. 16. Classification of Homosexuality according to Origin and Accompanying Phenomena. 17. Origin and Explanation of Male and Female Homosexuality: Grounds for the Inborn Nature of Homosexuality. 18. Reasons against the Inborn Nature of Homosexuality. 19. Human Bisexuality (Hermaphroditism) as the Basis for Male and Female Homosexuality (The Theory of Intermediaries). 20. Is Homosexuality Degeneration, Disease, or Variant? 21. Treatment and Prognosis of Male and Female Homosexuality. Treatment by Means of Heterosexual Intercourse (Marriage Therapy). 22. On the Medicinal, Hygienic, Surgical, and Psychological Treatment of Male and Female Homosexuality. 23. Adaptation Treatment (Assimilation Therapy) of Homosexuality --
Pt. II. The Homosexuality of Men and Women as Sociological Occurrence. 24. The Distribution of Male and Female homosexuality. Statistical Foundations. 25. Homosexuality in the Different Levels of the Population. 26. Homosexuality in the Germanic and Anglo-Saxon Countries and Their Colonies. 27. Homosexuality in the Romanic Countries and Their Colonies. 28. Homosexuality in Eastern Europe and Asia. 29. Homosexuality in the Animal Kingdom. 30. The Role of Homosexual Men and Women in Human Society. Symbiosis of Homosexuals. 31. Community Life and Meeting Places of Homosexual Men and Women. 32. The Forms of Bounding between Homosexual Men and Women. 33. The History of Homosexuality: Homosexuality in Classical Antiquity. 34. The Legal and Social Victimization, Persecution, and Prosecution of Homosexual Men and Women. 35. The Victimization of Homosexuals by Blackmailers and Con Artists. 36. The Results of the Victimization and of the Prosecution. 37. The Expert Civil and Criminal Assessment of Homosexual Men and Women. 38. The Restoration of the Good Name of Homosexual Men and Women: Pioneers in the Struggle for Freedom from Goethe to Krafft-Ebing. 39. The Organized Movement against the Victimization, Persecution, and Prosecution of Homosexuals. The Intellectual Patrons of the Struggle for Freedom
Other Titles: Homosexualität des Mannes und des Weibes.
Responsibility: Magnus Hirschfeld ; translated by Michael A. Lombardi-Nash ; introduction by Vern L. Bullough.

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