Sexual Inversion: The Multiple Roots of Homosexuality

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INDEX
Abraham, Karl, 203
Achilles, 159
Acta Sanctorum, 160
acting out, 258, 320
Adam and Eve, 158, 162
adaptability, learning and, 10
adaptive responses, 220, 268
Adon, 149
Adonis, 154
adultery, in ancient world, 147; and Hebrew religion, 150
advertising, 134, 223
Aeschylus and Athens (Thomson), 168 n.
age limits, in "gay" bars, 100
agenesis, ovarian, 51
aggression, defined, 28; fear of, 256‐ 258, 326-328; of male, 238-239, 256‐ 258, 273; in mother, 5, 276, 287; sexual mannerisms and, 58-61; therapeutic motivation and, 321; in women, 5, 273, 276, 287, 297, 327
alcohol, 238, 329
Alcoholics Anonymous, 265
alcoholism, 265, 294, 325, 329
Alcuin, 144
Alexander, Franz, 244-245
Allan, E., 179
Allee, W. C., 36
Allport, Gordon W., 103-104
alpha-estradiol, 50, 53
Amazons, 159
ambisexuality, 11; in animals, 27-42; defined, 28; see also bisexuality
amenorrhea, 50, 53
American Indians, 13, 63, 116, 119-120
amplexus, in frogs, 34
Anaitis, 149
anal intercourse, 41, 224; in primates, 328; symbolism of, 257; see also pederasty ; sodomy
anal interest, 88
anal masturbation, 215
anal rape, 216
analyst ( s), as transferential father, 260; women as, 262, 293-294; see also psychotherapy ; therapist
Anat, 149, 154
ancient world, adultery in, 147; gender role-changes in, 151-154; homosexuality and prostitution in, 146-148
Andaman Islanders, 13, 114, 116, 118
androgen, 38, 71; in castrated fowl, 37; in eunuchism, 48-49; gonadal production of, 52; libido and, 55; "organizing" effect of, 39; sex object and, 57; sex-organ sensitivity and, 66; in women, 68
animals, ambisexuality in, 27-42; dominance—subordination roles in, 31-33; homosexuality in, 11, 41, 328
annelid worms, 30
Anolis, 34-35
antihomosexual legislation, 131
anxiety, as causal factor, 302-303; homosexual, 218-219, 223, 237, 263‐ 264 ; pseudohomosexual, 220; see also fear
Apache Life-Way, An (Opler), 111
Aphrodite, 153
Arabs, homosexuality among, 147
arachnodactyly, 57
Aristophanes, 156
armed forces, homosexuality in, 21, 129, 224
Arnim, Bettina von, 161
Artemis, 149
Astarte, 148, 154
As You Like It ( Shakespeare), 201
Atargatis, 149
Attis, 154
attitudinal changes, 307
autosomes, 70

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