Reimut Reiche (born 20 June 1941 in Esslingen am Neckar) is a German sociologe, sexuologe, author and psychoanalytican.
Reiche was in young years an activist in Sozialistischer Deutscher Studentenbund (SDS) and became 1966 director of SDS. He was am member in the group Revolutionärer Kampf in Frankfurt. He studied sociology in Berlin and Frankfurt am Main. 1973 he wrote together with Martin Dannecker Der gewöhnliche Homosexuelle. After he finished university Reiche worked at the Institut für Sexualwissenschaft, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, in Frankfurt am Main. 1991 Reiche became a German Ph.D. and wrote therefore over the theme Geschlechterspannung.
From 1973 to 1980 Reiche went to Sigmund-Freud-Institut in Frankfurt am Main and became a psychoanalytican (DPV). Since 1980 Reiche works as psychoanalytican.
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