A substantial part of Freud's (1925, orig. 1905; 1926, orig. 1922) theorizing on the causes of male homosexuality was the assumption of a fear of the female genitals, and according to Radó (1969) “fear of the genitals of the opposite sex is the basic dynamic of the individual who wants a sexual relationship with a member of the same sex”. Radó's stress on the phobic component in the causation of male homosexuality is shared by many theorists and practising clinicians.
Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this journal to your organisation's collection.