The Palgrave Handbook of the Psychology of Sexuality and by Christina Richards PDF

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By Christina Richards

ISBN-10: 1137345888

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The Palgrave instruction manual of the Psychology of Sexuality and Gender offers a radical evaluation of all the normative - and lots of of the fewer universal - sexualities, genders and dating varieties together with: Asexuality; Bisexuality; BDSM; homosexual; Heterosexuality; Kink; Lesbian; additional sexualities; Trans sexualities; Cisgender; Intersex; additional genders; Non-binary gender; Monogamies; and Open Non-Monogamies.

The guide additionally considers mental components resembling medical psychology; Counselling psychology; Qualitative examine; Quantitative examine; and intercourse remedy as they relate to sexuality and gender in addition to intersectional parts reminiscent of: getting old; Ethnicity; classification; incapacity; health and wellbeing Psychology; and Religion.

Contributions from best students and practitioners during this quarter mix innovative learn with issues on either scientific perform and educational examine of sexuality and gender for psychologists from pupil to professor; and from any self-discipline attracted to those ubiquitous elements of humanity.

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407) notes, the geographical dispersal of asexual individuals coupled with a lack of identifying physical characteristics16 means that “many romantically inclined asexuals pursue romantic relationships with non-asexual people”. Furthermore, many aromantic asexuals may, prior to their coming to identify as such, find themselves in relations with non-asexual people. So, too, might romantic asexuals. The limited data presented in Carrigan (2011, 2012) point towards the complexity potentially encountered within asexual relationships.

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