In his 1897 text, Sexual Inversion
, Ellis argues that sexual orientation is "a phenomenon which is based on congenital conditions" (129).
In the 1927 or third edition of Sexual Inversion
, which is the second of the ultimately six volumes and the one first written and published, he remarks:
This volume begins with acknowledgments (ix-xii) and an introduction (xiii-xxii) and contains eight sections: "Pioneering on the Theatrical Frontier: Augustin Daly's Early Ventures" (1-30); "A Troubled Republic: Daly and His Leading Ladies" (31-72); "Birds of a Feather: The Queer Theatrical Empire of Charles Frohman and Maude Adams" (73-104); "Through Fairy and Fowl: Civilization by Sexual Inversion
on Frohman's Imperial Stages" (105-42); "A Priestly Acting Pedagogy: David Belasco's Quest for Sexual Knowledge" (143-76); "Drilling Her in the Emotional Parts: David Belasco Trains Mrs.
Exposing domination and same-sex eroticism as the undeclared basis for heterosexuality and sexual normalization in both enslavement and in developing theories of sexual inversion
, my paper moves into the analysis of a much overlooked scene in Jacobs's Incidents--one in which a male slave, Luke, undergoes an extended period of sexual abuse by his male master.
18 Sexual Inversion
by Havelock Ellis and John Addington Symonds, Amo Press
61) Halberstam, 76-8; Havelock Ellis, 'Chapter IV: Sexual inversion
in women', in Havelock Ellis and John Addington Symonds, Sexual Inversion
, Wilson and Macmillan, London, 1897, reprint edition Arno Press, New York, 1975, 78-103.
1999) for red grouper, female and male black grouper were classified as resting, ripening, ripe-running, or spent, and fish in the process of sexual inversion
were classified as transitional.