L’Infantilisme, le Féminisme et l’Anthropologie [Infantilism, Feminism and Antropology] by Henri Meige


Text of about sixty pages, accompanied by nine medical photographs, sketches (fig. 10-16), and reproductions of antique artworks (fig. 17-23) of what Meige calls antique hermaphroditism, that is, ancient representations of hermaphroditism. This category he proposes aims to account for the “coincidence” between a recently established nosographic category—feminism—and certain ancient representations of hermaphroditism, as “a great number of antique Hermaphrodites exactly correspond to the description of Feminins (p. 54).