In this work, the author proposes a reading of the obstacles encountered by mental anorexic patients in the construction of female identity. In the first part, the problems of identity and relationship sex pressed by parents are highlighted, while in the second, clinical vignettes indicate moments of passage of the analytic work with patients struggling with the restructuring of their psychosexual identity. The myth of the androgyne is evoke das a metaphor of sexuality, expressed in fantasies and dreams of patients. The author emphasizes the role of the psychic bisexuality as a point of building a more solidpsychosexualfemale identity.
Keywords: Identity, anorexia, couple, androgyny, bisexuality.