Phallu

Phallu

(făl`yo͞o), variant of PalluPallu
, in the Bible, son of Reuben. It is also spelled Phallu.
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At some level the tale here portrays a very familiar masculine scenario: the regressed infantile male who still does not want to know what is not down there on a woman, and who then goes on to react t the evidence of castration in classic fashion by proving that he has the phallu after all.
The first door the Miller butts then is a class-barrier; but a Lacanian might call this sort of orderly social process "the transmission of the phallus," in order to stress how gender and authority are linked in such procedures, and it is no accident that the Miller's aggressive appropriation of the stage of competitive performance is an assault on the rights of what the Host calls "som bettre man" (3130; emphasis added).
It is a sexuality that, because it is before the phallus is also beyond the phallus.
Moi's comment during the initiation of Etoundi's son, Soto, adequately points out Ateba's opinion about the phallus being men's weapon of oppression against women.