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The beautiful butcher who did not want to be satisfied

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Can desire be filled? Orgasm, this physiological phenomenon certainly very pleasant, has nothing to do with desire. One can have an orgasm and not feel fulfilled, one can not have an orgasm and experience a deep satisfaction, of another order, all personal. There is also the difference between orgasm and enjoyment: enjoy is a story, while to have an orgasm, a simple instrument can suffice. Freud was patient with a beautiful butcher, very much in love with her husband.

The good man was trying to fill her in every possible way: sexually, one suspects, because he was fond of fresh flesh, and even of overflowing flesh. He also talked about it most crudely in the world: to a painter who wanted to make his portrait, he replied that he would do better to paint "a piece of the back of a girl".

This debonair ogre, a butcher of his condition, sought to anticipate his wife's slightest desires. He gave her all her whims, to the point, oddly enough, that she had begged him "not to offer him caviar". This wife, who had everything she wanted, wished indeed, says Freud, to be able to eat every morning a small caviar bread. And if she had asked her husband, he would not have, for sure, balked at the expense. But that last thing she could get, she just refused it. Why? To continue to tease her husband with this request, she explains.

Freud finds this reason "sewn with white thread". The beautiful butcher then makes a dream, a dream of dissatisfaction. She wants to organize a dinner, but there is nothing to eat at home except a little salmon, and all the shops are closed. Is the dream related to the diet that her husband decided to lead? Or to a friend of hers, on which her husband is eyeing, but who, fortunately, is too thin for his buxom tastes? This friend, by the way, loves salmon ... What a pity that we can not give dinner, so the friend can not fatten and become appetizing ...

And if the dream, in fact, was very satisfying ? La Belle Bouchere, who has become as famous among psychoanalysts as Sleeping Beauty among children, is a magnificent hysteric: satisfied, she refuses to be. She keeps a jealous eye on this husband so devoted, but he refuses what would satisfy him: to be completely satisfied, if not dream ... She invented a desire impossible to fill, something that will escape the marital efforts to transform in good big mouth blissful and mouthful everywhere, without more flaws or desires ...

Such a woman does not exist: she must show it to her husband, to keep a small corner of freedom.She is good living and "enjoyer" if you want; but when his desire seems satisfied, he escapes a little further: there is always the desire of desire. And the reason for her refusal of caviar is perhaps not so "sewn of white thread": to tease her husband with an irreducible dissatisfaction is rather good war not to belong to him all.

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