Yé-yé Yé-yé ( French pronunciation: [jeje] ) was a style of pop music that emerged from France, Québec and Spain in the early 1960s. The term "yé-yé" derived from "yeah! yeah!" [ 1 ] The style expanded worldwide, due to the success of figures such as the French singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg . [ 2 ]
"There's no such thing as a sexual relationship because one's jouissance of the Other taken as a body is always inadequate—perverse, on the one hand, insofar as the Other is reduced to objet a , and crazy and enigmatic, on the other, I would say.