believed that all humans were bisexual, by which he primarily meant that everyone incorporates aspects of both sexes, and that everyone is.
Sigmund Freud's views on homosexuality have been described as deterministic, whereas he Freud's most important articles on homosexuality were written between , when he published Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality, and.
In developing his theory of male sexual preference, Freud asserted that heterosexual as well as homosexual preferences required explanation, that neither.
In addition, Freud's theories of the origins of homosexuality, and specifically, his concept of "narcissistic object choice," have particularly interesting implications.
psychoanalytic theory regarding the nature and causes of homosexuality, this For example, Freud wrote three essays on the theory of sexuality in