Feminist Theory of Denial of Female Fetishism and a Genderless Society Is there such a psychoanalytic behavior known as female fetishism? There have been few and scant studies to determine if this concept exists or if it is just a repressed area of study that is a reflection of women’s role in society. If there is a denial of such a phenomenon, what is at stake behind the denial? Is it the result of a male-dominated society or a phantom? If we lived in a genderless society it could very well ruin the balance between power and politics, which are the biggest cornerstones of a developed nation. Since there is a dearth of information regarding female fetishism or the ramifications of a genderless society, what has been published is in need of...The end:
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