Process of subjectification, False Self, homosexual behaviour: the story of Gea "who would like it equal" The Author illustrates the way in which the Subjectivation process of the patient, who is receiving psychoanalytical treatment three times a week, is impeded by her compulsion to repeat the choice of object based upon both similarities and differences. The organization of her False Self supports this complaisant and symptomatically homosexual behaviour. Early separation anxiety and intense anxiety towards strangers appear to form the matrix of avoidance as well as phobic behaviour towards the Other, male and paternal figures in the "primal scene". The question of pathological mourning, suffering and pain within the patient is also dealt with due to the death of the patient's father a short time after coming back into her life.
Keywords: Subjectivation process, False Self, homosexual behaviour, separation anxiety, pathological mourning.