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David Geiringer

‘pre-marital sexuality’ does not work chronologically through childhood, youth and then courtship, but is organised around the key themes and questions that emerged from the interviewees’ memories of the period. One section of this chapter deals with ‘infantilism’ as a social construction, exploring the way popular psychoanalytical understandings of religiosity and its relationship with childhood have affected

in The Pope and the pill