We are proud to present this volume on Femininity and Psychoanalysis. It is an unruly collection, covering a vast area of thought. It is controversial no doubt because of the contributors’ choice of topics and the inevitably difficult decisions we had to make as editors in terms of whose voices we include in this volume, what is going to be discussed and put forward and what to leave for another occasion – simply at times for reasons of space. The book continues from the volume that Agnieszka edited in 2015 (Embodied Encounters) and Psychoanalysis and the Unrepresentable (2017), which we both edited, as we have done with this volume. It is interesting to observe how some debates continue and develop: one of them is the discussion about the importance of (or not) of sexual difference and its representations in culture and the clinic.