Brief Recap: In the previous sections, I joyously but pithily defined some basic psychoanalytic concepts and discussed how our early childhood experiences, in the context of our patriarchal culture, feed into and create sexism. And so! In conclusion!
Author: Rebecca Katherine Hirsch
Born in the back of a cattle car in the Spring of â€™32, Rebecca subsisted on mealworms and rutabagas until she was reborn in the Fall of '85. Since then, she has worked as an acclaimed art model, writer and psychoanalytic feminist. Feed her, for she hungers.
Brief Recap: In the previous section, I humbly (but with searing integrity) defined some basic psychoanalytic concepts such as the structural model of the psyche, the function of the unconscious, and the role of early childhood experiences in creating a template for one’s personality. Read on! And so we get to sexism!
VoilÃ , an interdisciplinary dance in three parts! This is Part I. Hello! I would like to talk about the origin of sexism as I understand it. To do so, I should disclose that my granting privilege to psychology as the infrastructure which gives rise to sexism rests on my belief that psychology, not systemic social, […]