By KMG Schreurs, L. Woerton, J. van Mens-Verhulst
Demanding permitted psychoanalytic perspectives, this publication focusses on daughtering as an lively procedure to discover formerly unexamined points of this significant and basic courting.
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Extra resources for Daughtering and Mothering: Female Subjectivity Reanalysed
But at the same time, the little girl is not necessarily exiled from the territory of women, because the other woman, the social mother, is not silenced or repressed. The other woman and her femininity continue to be present as important psychological positions for the girl to relate to. Even if castration means exile from the territory of the mother, the territory of women remains intact. The girl could turn towards the other woman to attain and maintain her female identity. The result could be that in the process of becoming a female subject, the female identity of daughters of lesbian women is not dependent on the reassurance of a father.
Relationships within the family have also become less hierarchical. This applies in the first place to relations between father and mother. Father’s will is no longer law, and Daughtering and mothering 36 mother does not have to stay with her husband if she wants to leave. Although parents still hold primary authority over their children, children are no longer powerless in their relationships with parents. Many parents prefer discussion and negotiation with their children rather than giving orders.
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