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They rely on Freud: 'The fetishist can see the woman as she is, without a penis, because he loves her with a penis somewhere else'('Fetishism'). This penis somewhere else, this fetish that he loves her with, is itself the sexual object and it is quite different both from the penis and from the maternal phallus. The fetish as sexual object is a displacement from one object onto another; it is not a replacement of an internalised absent object. Bersani and Dutoit proceed to outline these two models of the sexual object.
Perhaps this is because both sides are caught up in the web of the relations of identifications and objects. Certainly both sides fail to see that it is only as a consequence of the fact that Dora must suck and be sucked regardless that she identifies both with the woman and the man. They thereby fail to see that object choice is not primary. Certainly there has been much crowing over Freud's tardiness in seeing the importance of the group of thoughts which indicate that the object of Dora's love is Frau K.
Having said that the identification with male discourse must be matched by an identification with female discourse, we should perhaps interrogate Freud's logic in the first place. That logic suggests that reading encyclopedias is a male activity and that any woman w h o reads encyclopedias must be identifying with a male position. Has Freud simply fabricated the o r a l / written distinction here? Is this sheer male nineteenth-century prejudice? O r might it be that Dora herself is utilising this distinction to some end, albeit 23 Per os (dilation) unconsciously?