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Bass, A. (1994). Aspects of Urethrality in Women. Psychoanal Q., 63:491-517.

(1994). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 63:491-517

Aspects of Urethrality in Women

Alan Bass, Ph.D.


It has long been noticed that women experience direct sexual stimulation from urethral practices that men do not. However, this empirical finding remains to be integrated with the general theory of female psychosexual development. An attempt is made to begin such an integration, with a focus on urethral perversions or perverse trends.

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