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Roughton, R. (2002). Opportunities Missed. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 3(1):73-82.

(2002). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 3(1):73-82

Opportunities Missed

Ralph Roughton, M.D.

This paper places Stephen Mitchell's two early papers on homosexuality in historical context and explores why they were relatively unknown in their time, despite this author's belief that they contain the essential ideas for changing the way psychoanalysts understand homosexuality and work clinically with gay patients. The papers contain the needed truths; but, because of entrenched antihomosexual bias in the psychoanalytic world, activism was necessary before the truth could be heard.

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