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<p>This paper discusses, from a psychoanalytic perspective, Sarah Waters's novel Affinity (1999) which has played a crucial role in the consolidation of the neo-Victorian genre and, indeed, has become a touchstone for contemporary feminist fiction. Through Jessica Benjamin's intersubjective theory it analyses Waters's extraordinary re-presentation of women's same-sex relationships, with particular focus on the dynamics of domination and submission which characterises the female couples in thedoi:10.6018/ijes/2013/1/136861 fatcat:5nzh5aehcjdgflduv33zi4f3ci