Sigmund Freud is considered revolutionary in the field of women's sexuality. His findings, resulting in part from frequent contact with patients, some of the assumptions of theoretical and too bold, strongly influenced the evolution of twentieth-century and contemporary attitudes toward women, both in terms of their sexuality, and everyday life. We can say that thanks to his research women as a topic became not only art but also in medicine, philosophy, politics. There is no doubt that his openness and courage on the one hand, and trust from Freud's patients have had direct relevance to the emerging feminist movement, and women's studies, even if over time and radically changed the point of views. Freud was initially seen as one who has opened many opportunities in research and female discourse. Currently, the dominant position is rather critical of him and his theories. Nevertheless, the fact that Freud even if shortsighted and highly patriarchal first drew attention to some women's issues, worthy of note. Perhaps this is the era in which he lived, and perhaps his personal experiences, family, both that from which it originated, but also that he himself created, or at the end of its history and tradition have made their mark on the views of Freud. Of course, repeatedly describing his anachronistic language quite freely and naturally women as creatures a bit too emotionally unpredictable, a little naive, weak, but also "smart" and "quite similar to men," continues today, opposition or possibly amusement. We can see that Freud unconsciously attributed to himself and the man at all right to rule over women, and in turn to them the obligation to adapt to there male standard. Nevertheless, in many writings while trying to defend women and indicate their equal rights, which in those days often evoked adverse moods. First of all, the very fact that Freud wrote about women and their sexuality in an open and scientific approach, however, and that (at least sometimes ...) allow them to speak about themselves, about their medical conditions, about his sexuality it was quite clearly an act of great courage and evolutionary trends.