Bisexualities: Theory and Research

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Haworth Press, 1985 - Psychology - 255 pages
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An unbiased and revealing look at bisexuality, an important variation and aspect of homosexuality. Leading sex researchers of bisexuality look at this often-misunderstood sexual minority and explain the major issues affecting bisexual men and women today. The authors bring to this book a solid understanding of the issues involving bisexuality and clarify many misconceptions surrounding this controversial area of human sexual identity.

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Contents

Identity Conflict or Adaptive Flexibility? Bisexuality
7
Reassessing Our Paradigms of Sexuality
21
A MultiVariable Dynamic Process
35
PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF BISEXUALITY
51
Personality Variables in Males as They Relate to Differences
63
Mexican Male Bisexuality
75
WOMEN IN MARRIAGES
87
Wives Reactions to Learning That Their Husbands
101
MEN IN MARRIAGES
135
Is a Positive Homosexual Identity
149
Paradox
173
Integration of Male Bisexuality and Marriage
189
Perceived Sexual Satisfaction and Marital Happiness
209
The Bisexual Scene in New York City
223
An Informal History
231
Index
249

Sexuality and Relationship Changes in Married Females
115
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