2019 | 14 | 103-120
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Od masochizmu do klimatu. Cztery określenia pewnej formy ekspresji seksualnej

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From masochism to “climate.” Four labels for a certain form of sexual expression
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This paper attempts to contextualize the creation and use of four terms defining forms of sexual expression commonly referred to as „sadomasochism” or „BDSM”. Drawing on historical sources from the turn of the 20th century and on his contemporary field research, the author demonstrates the entanglement of the language that we use to describe those phenomena in the wider history of creating and contesting the sexual norm.
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  • Uniwersytet Warszawski
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