Erotica. Trans. Queer. Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders. Short article: Depathologize! by James Cantor. “Depathologize!”
: A follow-up. If I had to pick the top theme that sexologists and sexuality interest groups were discussing in the lead up to the proposed DSM changes, that would be it: Depathologize, depathologize, depathologize. From blogs to letters to editors of research journals, there have been demands that the DSM declare as officially normal various sexual phenomena, ranging from purely consensual situations (like transsexualism and BDSM) to those that motivate sexual offenses (such as pedophilia and hebephilia). With the release of the DSM5 proposals from their various workgroups, I thought it was worth revisiting. Promoting the Academic Study of Asexualit.
Three Contributions to the Theory of Sex. NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASE MONOGRAPH SERIES NO. 7 SECOND EDITIONSECOND REPRINTING BY
Peggy Kleinplatz - School of Psychology. Freaksexual. Creating a more gender sensitive and inclusive. How Is Sex Determined?