This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts covered in the preceding chapters of this book. The book examines blind spots and aporias in relation to the notion of sexual difference in the psychoanalytical field. It discusses theoretical and clinical challenges presented by both sexual diversities and changes observed in experiences of men and women in the contemporary world. The book analyses challenges to the concept of sexual difference originating in the field of sexual and gender diversities, new and not so new family configurations, and in changes of the feminine position. It highlights the implications of the way in which sexual difference is thought about, as well as conceptualisations pertaining to the masculine and the feminine for actual men and women. The book shows that sexual difference is not covered by the phallic order. It focuses on an expanded concept of difference that encompasses psychosexual difference, difference or diversity of gender ideals, and anatomical difference.