References in periodicals archive ?
It commences with an introduction to psychic sadomasochism in the clinical realm and the intersecting forces and development of psychic sadomasochism.
achieved from boxing and sadomasochism (which have to be repeated each
According to the authors, the work reflects four consistent themes: "an emphasis on the necessity for a metapsychological approach to all psychological phenomena, the importance of the developmental point of view, an assumption that child and adolescent analytic material and observation of infants and children have much to contribute to the understanding and technique of work with adults, and an increasing conviction about the role of sadomasochism and its omnipotent core in all pathology.
In one case that went to tribunal an employee was dismissed when it emerged that his outside activities included marketing products connected with bondage, domination and sadomasochism through the internet.
The expected crackdown will focus on possession of "extreme pornographic material containing explicit actual scenes or realistic depiction" of serious sexual violence including rape and sadomasochism which inflicts damage.
Rosetti's mix of ecstasy with bitter hurt and disappointment keeps the reader's interest piqued with a stunningly real portrait of youthful love yet drives this realism toward a broader philosophical perspective on the nature of love; its unavoidable sadomasochism and bravery; the dangerous emotional quid-pro-quos; the impossibility of ever knowing the Other to whom the self is devoted; the dilemma of extinguishing this knowledge-seeking self and yet seeing love as a journey to philosophical self-awareness.
The FHM poster seemed mild compared to board shorts that combined sadomasochism with xenophobia in a way evocative of fascism.
A modern cult classic, In a Glass Cage (1987), directed by Spaniard Agustin Villaronga, is a variation on the themes of sadomasochism and the relationship between sex and Thanatos under fascism first explored by Liliana Cavani in the influential The Night Porter (1974).
Ma Mere (May 13, New York City, Los Angeles): Isabelle Huppert plays a widow who decides to introduce her 17-year-old son (Louis Garrel, The Dreamers) into the pleasures of sex via her old girlfriend, and then her new girlfriend, and then a little group orgy with some sadomasochism on the side.
That discipline finds its way into a predilection for sadomasochism in later life.
MORRISON: Drinks blood, snorts coke, indulges in sadomasochism in freaky marriage ceremony with a witch (Kathleen Quinlan).