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Harvard University Press, 2008 - Psychology - 345 pages
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This unsettling and original book offers a radical new understanding of the context-dependent nature of female sexuality. Lisa Diamond argues that for some women, love and desire are not rigidly heterosexual or homosexual but fluid, changing as women move through the stages of life, various social groups, and, most important, different love relationships.

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Lisa Michelle Diamond does a fantastic job of describing her research which parallels my own personal experience. I would recommend this book to a friend in hopes they would have a better understanding of the subject upon finishing her book. Read full review


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