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“But in their earlier more religious forms and in their later more obscene forms, they alike bear witness to the large place which scatalogic conceptions play in the primitive mind.”
“It is a notable fact in evidence of the close and seemingly normal association with the sexual impulse of the scatalogic processes, that an interest in them, arising naturally and spontaneously, is one of the most frequent channels by which the sexual impulse first manifests itself in young boys and girls.”
“As in the gratification of a normal sexual impulse, the intense excitement of gratifying a scatalogic sexual impulse itself produces a degree of emotional stimulation far greater than the ingestion of a small amount of animal extractives would be adequate to effect.”
“Masochism, in relation to shoe-fetichism in relation to scatalogic symbolism in relation to exhibitionism of nates as a form of erotic symbolism”
“The legends which narrate scatalogic exploits are numerous in the literature of all countries.”
“Edmond de Goncourt, a minute observer of the feminine mind, refers in _Chérie_ to "those innocent and triumphant gaieties which scatalogic stories have the privilege of arousing in women who have remained still children, even the most distinguished women.”
“It is in masochism, or passive algolagnia, that we may most frequently find scatalogic symbolism in its fully developed form.”
“In boys as they approach the age of puberty, this attraction to the scatalogic, when it exists, tends to die out, giving place to more normal sexual conceptions, or at all events it takes a subordinate and less serious place in the mind.”
“But the scatalogic sphere, by the very fact that in women it is a specially intimate and secret region which is yet always liable to be unexpectedly protruded into consciousness, furnishes an inexhaustible field for situations which have the same character as those furnished by the sexually obscene.”
“From such a physiological symbolism it is but a step to the psychological symbolisms of scatalogic fetichism.”
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