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My answer would be: It is an invisible sex organ, secret, unfamiliar — and therefore the depository for all sorts of dangerous fantasies. For Freud, the origin of the repudiation of femininity lay in biology — he tended to treat anything that puzzled him as being part of the fate of all human beings. The many and varied implications of that difference is a topic that I have been studying for several years now.
Freud did not attempt to theorize what happens to the great quantities of unbound excitation that are allowed into the ego without breaking their way through in a traumatic manner, without causing any mental paralysis — i. The enigma that I discuss in this book is not so much about the refusal of the feminine sphere as about its erotic and genital aspects, as well as the matter of its creation through ecstatic sexual pleasure. The conflict involving the feminine dimension could be expressed as follows: In the political, social and economic spheres, equality between the sexes is a legitimate demand, but constructing a male-female relationship is a psychical creation that implies the exalted acknowledgement of otherness and of the difference between the sexes.
For both sexes, the phallic stage is a necessary construction.