The Phenomenology of Fetishism in Objectum Sexuals

The Phenomenology of Fetishism in Objectum Sexuals

The Phenomenology of Fetishism in ‘Objectum Sexuals’

Sunayana Baruah, M. A, M. Phil

Right from the right time of inception of a young child in to the globe, instincts started to define her by affecting the options made. These alternatives then mould personality as she slowly assimilates as a part into bigger social systems. (Bronfenbrenner, 2006) Parental authority and socialisation form the foundation that encourages decision making that is independent. The notion of development, at some known degree nevertheless, is intrinsically related to traumatization. „The Phenomenology of Fetishism in Objectum Sexuals“ weiterlesen