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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Papers, Thesis, Articles & Books

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Abutt JA (1992). Counselling bisexuals: a look at therapists' attitudes towards bisexuality and application in clinical practices. M.SC. Thesis, University of Guelph, MAI, Vol. 31-03, p. 1376, 143 pages.
 
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Alley GR (1996). Biphobia in social work education: social work students' knowledge of and attitudes toward working with bisexual clients. M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 34:06, p. 2234, 79 pages.
 
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Ault AL (1995). Science, sex, and subjectivity.  Ph.D Thesis, The Ohio State University, DAI Vol. 56:04A, p. 1550, 180 pages.
 
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Bagley C, Tremblay P (1998). On the prevalence of homosexuality and bisexuality, in a random community survey of 750 men aged 18 to 27. Journal of Homosexuality, 36(2),1-18.  (PubMed Abstract).
 
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Bagley C, Tremblay P (1997). Suicidality problems of gay and bisexual males. Crisis, 18(1), 24-34. A version of the paper is available on the Internet.  (PubMed Abstract).
 
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Bemporad JR (1999). Epigenesis and sexual orientation: a report of five bisexual males. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 27(2), 221-37.  (PubMed Link to reference).
 
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Baltar JF (1998). The baltar sexual identity inventory – female form: a multidimensional measure of sexual identity. Ph.D. Thesis, Loyola University Of Chicago, DAI Vol. 58:12B, p. 6799, 198 pages.
 
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Boisseau Megan (1995). Conceptualizing Change: An examination of bisexuality within dichotomous models of gender and sexuality, High Honors Thesis, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Colgate University. Full text online.
 
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Bradford M (1997). The bisexual experience: living in a dichotomous culture. PH.D. Thesis, The Fielding Institute. DAI, Vol. 58-03B, p. 1520, 262 pages.
 
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Brook A (1998). Castration as an organiser of bisexuality. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 70(Pt 2), 380-3.  (PubMed Link to reference).
 
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Butt JA (1992). Counselling bisexuals: a look at therapists' attitudes towards bisexuality and application in clinical practices. M.Sc. Thesis, University Of Guelph, MAI Vol. 31:03, p. 1376, 143 pages, ISBN: 0-315-75595-4.
 
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Carl, Walter John (1998). Fluidity and relating: Accounting for relating practices and sexual identity in a bisexuality discussion group. A paper presented at the International Network on Personal Relationships conference at the University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, May 1998. PDF Download.
 
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Casserly JE (1998). The internet and social support: a study of bisexual women. M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 37:01, p. 124, 93 pages.
 
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Cervantes-Gutierrez JJ (1981). Sexual attitudes and behaviors of the Latino gay male. PH.D. Thesis, The Wright Institute, DAI, Vol. 42-03B, p. 1164, 105 pages.
 
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Charnet JM (1992). A psychoanalytic exploration of formerly married women in lesbian  relationships. Ph.D. Thesis, DAI Vol. 53:08B, p. 4367, 136 pages.
 
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Clark WM, Serovich JM (1997). Twenty years and still in the dark? Content analysis of articles pertaining to gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues in marriage and family therapy Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 23(3), 239-53  (PubMed Abstract). Bisexuality Issues.
 
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Cohen-Kaplan, N. (1989). Modern theoretical perspectives on the bisexual potential: achieving cross-sex identifications through relationships. PH.D. Thesis, The Institute for Advanced Psychological Studies, DAI, Vol. 51-03B, p. 1489, 281 pages.
 
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Cowan S (1998). Sexuality, Law and Difference : The 'Bisexual' Legal Subject. Paper presented at the Socio-Legal Studies Association's Annual Conference.
 
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DeCecco J, ED. (1985). Bisexual and Homosexual Identities: Critical Clinical Issues. Haworth Press, New York. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 9(4), 1985. Listing paper titles &  link to abstracts from PubMed..
 
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DeCecco J, Ed. (1984). Bisexual and Homosexual Identities: Critical Theoretical IssuesHaworth Press, New York. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 9(2-3), 1983-4. Listing of paper titles &  link to abstracts from PubMed.
 
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Derr LS (1992). Leaving the lesbian label behind: women who change their sexual orientation identity.  PSY.D. Thesis. Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, DAI Vol. 54:04B, p. 2271, 376 pages.
 
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Diamant AL, Wold C, Spritzer K, Gelberg L (2000). Health behaviors, health status, and access to and use of health care: a population-based study of lesbian, bisexual, and heterosexual women. Archives of Family Medecine. (10): 1043-51. Full text. PDF Download.
 
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Diamond LM (1998). Development of sexual orientation among adolescent and young adult women. Developmental Psychology, 34(5), 1085-95. (PubMed Abstract)

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Dobinson, Cheryl - with Judy MacDonnell, Elaine Hampson, Jean Clipsham and Kathy Chow (2003). Improving the Access and Quality of Public  Health Services for Bisexuals: A position paper and resolution adopted by the Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA). PDF Download.
 
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Dworkin SH (1995). The Role of Bisexual Issues in Lesbian and Gay Psychology.   Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August, 1995. (ERIC "abstract" link.).
 
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Dworkin SH (1991). Identifying as Lesbian vs. Bisexual: The Dilemma for Women. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August, 1991. (ERIC "abstract" link.).
 
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Eliason MJ (1997). The prevalence and nature of biphobia in heterosexual undergraduate students. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 26(3), 317-326. (PubMed Abstract).
 
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FitzGerald WA (2000). Explaining the variety of human sexuality. Medical Hypotheses, 55(5): 435-439 (Full Text N/A: PDF Download), IDEAL Library. (PubMed abstract)
 
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Fleishman MR (1992). Sexuality is not fixed: a study of thirty heterosexual women whose sexual orientation changed at mid life. Ph.D. Thesis, Saybrook Institute, DAI Vol. 54:01B, p. 519, 453 pages.
 
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Flygare TJ (1985). The Firing of a Bisexual Counselor: Unresolved Constitutional Issues. Phi Delta Kappan, 66(9), 648-49.  (Article availability given in ERIC "abstract" link)
 
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Fox RC (1993). Coming out bisexual: identity, behavior, and sexual orientation self-disclosure. Ph.D. Thesis, DAI Vol. 55:12B, p. 5565, 222 pages.
 
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Frankowski, Barbara L (2002). Sexual Orientation of Adolescent Girls. Current Women’s Health Reports 2002, 2: 457–463.  PDF Download.
 
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Garnets LD, Peplau AP (2000). Understanding Women's Sexualities and Sexual Orientations: An Introduction. Journal of Social Issues, 56(2): 181-192.  (Full Text), Find Articles: findarticles.com. (Blackwell Abstract)
 
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Greene, Berverly A (2002). The Multidimensional Identities of African American Lesbians and Bisexual Women. Excerpted From: Internalized Racism among African Americans: the Connections and Considerations for African American Lesbians and Bisexual Women: a Clinical Psychological Perspective, Rutgers Law Review, 54: 931-957, 931-937 (Summer 2002) (98 Footnotes Omitted). Full Text.
 
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Greene, Berverly A (2000). African American Lesbian and Bisexual Women. Journal of Social Issues, 56(2): 239-249. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com
 
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Gustavson, Marlena (2003). Monstruous desires Jealousy, freedom and bisexuality.  Paper presented at Gender and Power in the New Europe, the 5th Europena Feminist Research Conference, August 20-24, 2003 Lund University, Sweden. PDF Download.
 
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Harrison, Nigel (2000). Gay Affirmative Therapy: A Critical Analysis of the Literature. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 28(1): 37-53.
 
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Hart TA et al. (2003). Sexual behavior among HIV-positive men who have sex with men: what's in a label? Journal of Sex Research. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com.
 
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Hayes, B Grant; Hagedorn, W Bryce (2001). Working with the Bisexual Client: How Far Have We Progressed? Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development, 40(1): 11-20. (ERIC "abstract" link)

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Hayes SF (1993). Empowering Multiple Cultural Identities of Bisexual Women and Men. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August, 1993. (ERIC "abstract" link)
 
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Herek, G.M. (2002). Heterosexuals’ attitudes toward bisexual men and women in the United States. Journal of Sex Research, 39 (4), 264-274. (Abstract and link to PDF Download of paper) Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com.
 
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Hostetler AJ, Herdt GH (1998). Culture, sexual lifeways, and developmental subjectivities: rethinking sexual taxonomies. Social Research, 65(2): 249-91. (Full Text), Find Articles: findarticles.com.
 
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Izazola-Licea JA, et al. (2000). Prevalence of Same-Gender Sexual Behavior and HIV in a Probability Household Survey in Mexican Men. Journal Of Sex Research. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com.
 
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James C (1996). Denying Complexity: The Dismissal and Appropriation of Bisexuality in Queer, Lesbian, and Gay Theory. In: Queer Studies: A Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Anthology. Edited by Breet Beemyn and Mickey Eliason. NYU Press, pp. 217-49.
 
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Kahn JG, Gurvey J, Pollack LM,  Catania JA (1997). How many HIV infections cross the bisexual bridge? An estimate from the United States. AIDS, 11(8), 1031-37. See information related to similar results in a 1994 study.
 
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Kalichman SC, Roffman RA, Picciano JF, Bolan M (1998). Risk for HIV infection among bisexual men seeking HIV-prevention services and risks posed to their female partners. hEALTH pSYCHOLOGY, 17(4), 1031-7. (PubMed  Abstract).

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Kerr-Pontes LR, Gondim R, Mota RS, Martins TA, Wypij D (1999). Self-reported sexual behaviour and HIV risk taking among men who have sex with men in Fortaleza, Brazil. AIDS, 13(6), 709-17.  (PubMed Abstract).
 
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Klein F, and Wolf T, Eds. (1985). Bisexualities: Theory and Research. Haworth Press, New York. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 11(1-2), 1985. Listing of paper titles &  link to abstracts from PubMed..
 
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Lane RC, Goeltz WB (1998). Identity confusion, bisexuality, and flight from the mother. .Clinical Psychology Review, 18(3), 259-72. (PubMed Abstract).
 
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Lehner T, Chiasson MA (1998). Seroprevalence of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 and sexual behaviors in bisexual African-American and Hispanic men visiting a sexually transmitted disease clinic in New York City.American Journal of Epidemiology, 147(3), 269-72. (PubMed Abstract).
 
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Little DR (1989). Contemporary female bisexuality: a psychosocial phenomenon. PH.D. Thesis, The Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities, DAI, Vol. 50-11B, p. 5379, 194 pages.
 
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Lysne KA (1995). Bisexual self-identification: cognitive and social factors. PH.D. Thesis, California Institute for Integral Research, DAI, Vol. 56-05B, p. 2874, 79 pages.
 
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Mays VM, Yancey AK, Cochran SD, Weber M, Fielding JE (2002). Heterogeneity of Health Disparities Among African American, Hispanic, and Asian American Women: Unrecognized Influences of Sexual Orientation. American Journal of Public Health, 92(4): 632-9. PDF Download, PubMed Abstract.
 
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McNall M, Remafedi G (1999). Relationship of Amphetamine and Other Substance Use to Unprotected Intercourse Among Young Men Who Have Sex With Men. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, 153: 1130-1135. Full text.
 
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Michaels SK (1997). Queer counts: the sociological construction of homosexuality via survey research. Ph.D. Thesis, The University Of Chicago, DAI Vol. 58:07A, p. 2855, 194 pages.
 
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Morse CR (1989). Exploring the bisexual alternative: a view from another closet. M.A. Thesis, The University of Arizona, MAI, Vol. 28-02, p. 320, 94 pages.
 
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Mubarak D (2001). Why we are gay? (Everybody has an idea: It's genetics--we're born that way. It's our mothers and testosterone in the womb. It's the environment as we were growing up....). The Advocate, July 17. 13 pages. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com.
 
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Muehlenhard CL (2000). Categories and Sexuality.(Review) Journal of Sex Research, 37(2): 101-07. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com. (Journal of Sex Research: Table of Contents)
 
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Nichols, Margaret (1994). Therapy With Bisexual Women: Working On The Edge of Emerging Cultural and Personal Identities. In Mirkin MP (ed.). Women In Context, Toward a Feminist Reconstruction of Psychotherapy. New York: Guildford Press. Full Text.
 
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Nichols, Margaret (1988). Bisexuality in Women: Myths, Realities, and Implications for Therapy. In Cole E, Rothblum ED (eds). Women and Sex Therapy, Closing the Circle of Sexual Knowledge. New York: Harrington Park Press. Full Text.
 
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Ochs, Robyn (2001).Question: "Why do so many women who easily admit to having male and female lovers refuse the label 'bisexual'? Published in the Fall 2001 issue of In the Family: The Magazine for Queer People and Their Loved Ones: 5. Full Text.
 
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Ochs, Robyn (1996). Biphobia: It Goes More Than Two Ways. Published in Bisexuality: The Psychology and Politics of an Invisible Minority. Edited by Beth A. Firestein: 217-239. Full text.
 
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Ochs, Robyn (1995). Bisexual Etiquette: Helpful Hints for Bisexuals Working with Lesbians and Gay Men. Published in Bisexual Politics: Theories, Queries, & Visions. Harrington Park Press: 237-240. Full text.
 
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Ochs, Robyn (1992).Bisexuality, Feminism, Men and Me. Published in Closer to Home: Bisexuality & FeminismWomen: Images and Realities: A Multicultural Anthology (Mayfield Publishing Co., 1999), edited by Desselman, McNair, Schniedewind, and in The Social Construction of Difference and Inequality: Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality, ed. Tracy E. Ore (Mayfield: 2000; McGraw-Hill 2003 (forthcoming). (Elizabeth Reba Weise, ed.) Seal Press, 1992.  (reprinted in Full text.
 
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Peplau LA, Garnets LD (2000). A New Paradigm for Understanding Women's Sexuality and Sexual Orientation. Journal of Social Issues,  56(2): 330-350. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com. (Blackwell Abstract)
 
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Prestage G, Drielsma P (1996). Indicators of male bisexual activity in semimetropolitan New South Wales: implications for HIV prevention strategies. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 20(4), 386-92. (PubMed Abstract).
 
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Randen, Heid1 (2001). Bi Signs and Wonders: An interview with Robyn Ochs. Excerpted from the Journal of Bisexuality, 1(1):  5-26. Full Text.
 
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Rodriguez Rust PC (2000). Bisexuality: A Contemporary Paradox for Women. Journal of Social Issues, 56(2): 205-221. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com. (Blackwell Abstract)
 
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Rust-Rodriguez PC (1989). When does the unity of a "common oppression" break down? Reciprocal attitudes between lesbian and bisexual women. PH.D. Thesis, The University of Michigan, DAI, Vol. 50-08A, p. 2668, 461 pages.
 
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Rothblum AD (2000). Sexual Orientation and Sex in Women's Lives: Conceptual and Methodological Issues. Journal of Social Issues, 56(2): 193-204. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com.
 
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Snyder Peter J, Weinrich JD,  Pillard RC (1994). Personality and lipid level differences associated with homosexual and bisexual identity in men. Archives of Sexual Behavior 23: 433-451. Full text available on Internet.
 
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Steffens MC, Wagner C (2004?). Attitudes towards Lesbians, Gay Men, Bisexual Women, and Bisexual Men in Germany. In Press. The Journalof Sex Research. PDF Download.
 
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Stimmel B (1996). From "nothing" to "something" to "everything": bisexuality and metaphors of the mind. Journal of the American Psychoanalytical Association, 44 (Suppl), 191-214. (PubMed Abstract).
 
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Stokes J, Damon, W (1995). Counseling and Psychotherapy for Bisexual Men: Directions in Mental Health Counseling, Vol. 5 (8). (ERIC "abstract" link)
 
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Storr M (1999). Postmodern Bisexuality. Sexualities, 2(3), 309-26.
 
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Taub J (1999). Bisexual Women and Beauty Norms: A Qualitative Examination. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 3(4), 27-36.  (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Van Wyk PH (1982). Developmental factors associated with heterosexual, bisexual, and homosexual outcomes. Ph.D. Thesis, Illinois Institute of Technology, DAI Vol. 43:04B, p. 1033, 120 pages.
 
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Wolfe PF (1997). The midlife transition to lesbian: cultural influences on women's sexual preference change.  Ph.D. Thesis, The Union Institute, DAI Vol. 58:05A, p. 1797, 231 pages.
 
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ABSTRACTS/HIGHLIGHTS: Papers, Articles, & Books

Clark WM, Serovich JM (1997). Twenty years and still in the dark? Content analysis of articles pertaining to gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues in marriage and family therapy Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 23(3), 239-53

Bisexuality Issues:

Ingoring gay and lesbian issues is noted to be a serious problem in Family Therapy, but the problem is of infinite magnitude with respect to bisexuality. The authors report that "only two studies included bisexuals, indicating a dearth of knowledge in this area" (p. 248). Therefore, "bisexuality" has had an most "non-existent" status in Family Therapy.
 

DeCecco J, Ed. (1985). Bisexual and Homosexual Identities: Critical Clinical Issues. Haworth Press, New York. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 9(4), 1984. Access the full references & links to abstracts for the papers listed below by placing the following - J Homosex. AND 1984 AND 9(4)  - in the PubMed search window.

List of Papers: Classifying sexual disorders: the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association. - Conceptualizations of homosexual behavior which preclude homosexual self-labeling. - Therapeutic implications of viewing sexual identity in terms of essentialist and constructionist theories. - The ethical and moral implications of sexual classification: a commentary. - Towards a theory of homosexuality: socio-historical perspectives. - Biological research on homosexuality: Ansell's cow or Occam's razor?

DeCecco J, Ed. (1984). Bisexual and Homosexual Identities: Critical Theoretical Issues. Haworth Press, New York. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 9(2-3), 1983-4. Access the full references & links to abstracts for the papers listed below by placing the following - J Homosex. AND 1983 AND 9(2-3)  - in the PubMed search window.

List of Papers: Sexual orientation, sociobiology, and evolution. -Homosexual identity formation as a developmental process. - The dilemma of essentiality in homosexual theory. - Freud reconsidered: bisexuality, homosexuality, and moral judgement. - The bisexual identity: an idea without social recognition. - Vices, gods, and virtues: cosmology as a mediating factor in attitudes toward male homosexuality. - From sexual identity to sexual relationships: a contextual shift. - Human sexuality in biological perspective: theoretical and methodological considerations. - Research on sexual orientation: definitions and methods. - Homosexual identity: a concept in need of definition.
 

Kahn JG, Gurvey J, Pollack LM, and Catania JA (1997).  How many HIV infections cross the bisexual bridge? An estimate from the United States. AIDS, 11(8), 1031-37.

From the Abstract by authors: "We conclude that transmission via bisexuality is a relatively minor component of the estimated 40,000 annual HIV infections in the USA." Information related to similar results in a 1994 study.

Klein F, and Wolf T, Eds. (1985). Two Lives to Lead: Bisexuality in Men and Women.. Haworth Press, New York. Also published in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 11(1-2), 1985. Access the full references & links to abstracts for the papers listed below by placing the following - J Homosex. AND 1985 AND 1-2  - in the PubMed search window.

List of Papers: Bisexual women in marriages. - Mexican male bisexuality. - Identity conflict or adaptive flexibility? Bisexuality reconsidered. - Personality variables in males as they relate to differences in sexual orientation. - Psycho-social issues related to counseling bisexuals. - Sexual orientation: a multi-variable dynamic process. - A profile of the San Francisco Bisexual Center. - The bisexual scene in New York City. - Bisexuality: reassessing our paradigms of sexuality. - Perceived sexual satisfaction and marital happiness of bisexual and heterosexual swinging husbands. - Integration of male bisexuality and marriage. - A study of the married bisexual male: paradox and resolution. - Bisexual men in marriage: is a positive homosexual identity and stable marriage possible? - Marriages of bisexual men. - Sexuality and relationship changes in married females following the commencement of bisexual activity. - Wives' reactions to learning that their husbands are bisexual. - Bisexuality reconsidered: an idea in pursuit of a definition. - A bibliography on bisexuality. - Chicago Bi-Ways: an informal history.
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