By R. Louis Schultz
Out within the Open, Revised variation: the full Male Pelvis offers a frank exploration of the male pelvic sector from a cultural and medical viewpoint. concentrating on pelvic constitution and improvement, the e-book explains how male sexuality develops all through a man's life—from beginning onwards. An skilled Rolfer with a tutorial history in body structure, the overdue writer R. Louis Schultz, PhD, deals the culmination of his knowledge gleaned over the process his twenty-five 12 months bodywork career.
A important consultant for bodyworkers and laypeople alike, the ebook addresses such subject matters as:
• Genital structure
• Bodywork suggestions to regard pelvic tightness
• Erection, masturbation, and ejaculation
• The hyperlink among emotion and male sexuality
• Sexual stereotypes and myths
Enhanced with over one hundred twenty precise images and illustrations, the ebook bargains worthwhile recommendation for bodyworkers operating within the pelvic sector, a potential quarter of hysteria and extra critical pelvic stipulations. Revised by way of Schultz's protégé, complex Rolfer Marcelo Coutinho, this variation incorporates a redesigned hide, a brand new foreword via Coutinho, and an further appendix of 20 routines and self-treatments for universal pelvic dysfunctions.
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The break with the mother T h e discovery of the mother's castration amounts to a trauma for the little g i r l and awakens her hostility towards the mother whom she reproaches for having made her without a penis. I n the face of this castration the boy conceives of the n o r m a l contempt for mother and for a l l women. T h e g i r l turns to her father, and " m a k i n g a virtue out of ne cessity," she awaits an erotized castration from h i m . VII. Pre-Oedipal influence upon later femininity T h e author believes that there are many women who do not have a normal Oedipus complex.
B u t it is reasonable to assume that if the discovery of the mother's castration evokes " a normal con tempt" i n boys, it arouses something different i n the g i r l : she can not despise somebody who is like herself, but she abandons the at tachment to her mother and the phallic masturbation connected w i t h it. A p p a r e n t l y , there is an early sensitivity i n the vagina which is of anal o r i g i n . vi. The break with the mother T h e discovery of the mother's castration amounts to a trauma for the little g i r l and awakens her hostility towards the mother whom she reproaches for having made her without a penis.
H e refers to K a r e n Horney's description of its defensive character i n boys ("The Dread of Women"). Jones does not doubt that there is a developmental phase i n which the opposites "phallic-castrated" are essential, but he ques tions the interpretation of this. H e divides the phallic phase as de scribed by Freud into two other phases: the "proto-phallic," w h i c h is characterized by the theory of the monistic quality of the genital organ, thereby excluding the vagina. T h e little boy thinks that everyone has a penis, and the little girl that everyone has a clitoris.