Donna stewart md a professor and chair of womens health at the university health network explained freud was a man of his times he was opposed to the womens emancipation movement and believed that womens lives were dominated by their sexual reproductive functions. Like the early sexologists freud believed that women were sexually passive engaging in sex only because they want children because they do not have a penis girls come to believe they have lost theirs and eventually seek to have male children in an attempt to gain a penis. Women patients and women associates were major supporters of freud one is truck by the great amount of suffering the turn of the century women endured in other accounts of freuds career this aspect the alleviation of suffering is not brought home to the reader as forcefully. Freuds views of women were rooted in a culture in which there were enormous prejudices about the capacities of women their sexuality baffled him
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