that is why

That is why Proust, the first to deny all oedipalizing
interpretations of his own interpretations, contrasts two kinds of homosexuality,
or rather two regions only one of which is Oedipal, exclusive, and depressive, the

"For some, doubtless
those whose childhoods were timid, the material kind of pleasure they take does
not matter, so long as they can relate it to a male countenance. While others,
whose sensuality is doubtless more violent, give their material pleasure certain
imperious localizations. The second group would shock most people by their