Sigmund Freud's views on homosexuality Freud — was skeptical of the possibility of therapeutic conversion. Sigmund Freud was a physician and the founder of psychoanalysis. Freud stated that homosexuality could sometimes be removed through hypnotic suggestion,  and was influenced by Eugen Steinach , a Viennese endocrinologist who transplanted testicles from straight men into gay men in attempts to change their sexual orientation,  stating that his research had "thrown a strong light on the organic determinants of homo-eroticism". Her father wanted this condition changed. In Freud's view, the prognosis was unfavourable because of the circumstances under which she entered therapy, and because homosexuality was not an illness or neurotic conflict. Freud wrote that changing homosexuality was difficult and possible only under unusually favourable conditions, observing that "in general to undertake to convert a fully developed homosexual into a heterosexual does not offer much more prospect of success than the reverse".
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