Or alternatively, "ITT we point out things that are".
It seems obvious that Anno did make heavy use of Freudian psychological ideas in Evangelion, but at the same time I have a really hard time reconciling the really heavy sexual ideas in psychoanalytic with Eva's pretty light fare. Granted, we have a couple of obviously sexual scenes in eva. But is it really reasonable to jump to the assumption that every part of the series is a sexual metaphor?
Oh my fucking hell I hate you for this so much I could have rewatched NGE a billion fucking times and been just fine not knowing this shit.
OH HO HO HO HO
If you saw the "anal" in "Psychoanalytical" you are anal retentive
How Asuka's penis envy shows?
In a word, Kaji. She wants to have sex with older men because they resemble her father
But honestly, this is just a guess and I'm not terribly sure here
"Absolute Terror" is a Freudian term.
I personally view NGE as a fantasy story that happens to have science fictional trappings (giant robots, kaiju, etc.) and is covered in this sort of uneven mishmosh of Qabbalistic mysticism and Freudian psychoanalytical jargon. NGE's pseudoscience technobabble therefore has a distinct and recognizable quality that distinguishes it immediately from others.
Wait, at what point was there some "inside a womb" moment? I don't remember that.