5.10 / October 2010

Brought Forth for the Full Significance of the Psychonervous Life

Casper brought forth inversion on an assured scientific standpoint, yet he condemns all sexuality, which requires for its manifestations some vice or insanity.

Is no doubt. Is solely because. Is sexual inversion. Is an abnormality, is thus a narrower term. Is extremely varied. Is scarcely legitimate. Is easily translatable. Is another term.

Is no precise warrant. Is “heterosexual.” Is interest in glancing.

Is introduced. Is interesting. Is favored by fatigue. Is preferably sought, is more depraved.

Is pure as sunshine. Is capable. Is like you, boy. Is frequently aroused. Is termed, into Greece. Is unthinkable. Is widespread, most cultivated. Is stated. Is abundant. Is usually very doubtful. Is violence, the penalty. Is decapitation. Is a dead letter. Is carried on with.

Is easily traceable in India. Is accompanied by a number of boys and lads almost in woman’s attire, with kohled eyes and rouged cheeks, long tresses and hennaed fingers and toes, riding luxuriously in camel paniers. Is that of men, called schoopans, living with men. Is not practised, Dr. Seligmann. Is presented with a boy-wife. Is quoted: En Afrique nous en étions tous, mais lui en est resta ici.

Is acquainted with “a French publicist, a German poet, an Italian statesman, and a Spanish jurist.” Is discussed in the Revista di Filologia. Is fairly evident why.