Bibliografía

De Asexualidad

Bibliografía


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  • Brotto, L. A. (2010a) ‘The DSM diagnostic criteria for hypoactive sexual desire disorder in women’. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 39: 221-239.
  • Brotto, L. A. (2010b) ‘The DSM diagnostic criteria for hypoactive sexual desire disorder in men’. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 7: 2015-2030.
  • Brotto, L. A., Knudson, G., Inskip, J., Rhodes, K. and Erskine, Y. (2010) ‘Asexuality: a mixed-methods approach’. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 39: 599-618.
  • Brotto, L. A. and Yule, M. A. (2009) ‘Reply to Hinderliter (2009)’. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 38: 622-623.
  • Brotto, L. A. and Yule, M. A. (2011) ‘Physiological and subjective sexual arousal in self-identified asexual women’. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 40: 699-712.
  • Brotto, L. A., Yule, M. A. and Gorzalka, B. B. (In Press) ‘Asexuality: an extreme variant of hypoactive sexual desire disorder?’. Journal of Sexual Medicine.
  • Carrigan, M. (2011) ‘There’s more to life than sex? Difference and commonality within the asexual community’. Sexualities, 14 (4): 462-478.
  • Brotto, L. A., Knudson, G., Inskip, J., Rhodes, K., & Erskine, Y. (2008). Asexuality: A Mixed-Methods Approach. Arch Sex Behav Archives of Sexual Behavior, 39(3), 599-618.
  • Brotto, L. A. (2009). The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder in Women. Arch Sex Behav Archives of Sexual Behavior, 39(2), 221-239.
  • Brotto, L. A. (2010). The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder in Men. The Journal of Sexual Medicine, 7(6), 2015-2030.
  • Brotto, L. A., & Yule, M. (2016). Asexuality: Sexual Orientation, Paraphilia, Sexual Dysfunction, or None of the Above? Archives of Sexual Behavior, 1-9. doi:10.1007/s10508-016-0802-7 http://rdcu.be/mW4D
  • Carrigan, M. (2013) ‘Asexuality and its implications for sexuality studies’. Psychology of Sexualities Review, 4 (1): 6-13.
  • Carrigan, M., Gupta, K. and Morrison, T. G. (2013) ‘Asexuality special theme issue editorial’. Psychology & Sexuality, 4 (2): 111-120.
  • Chasin, C. J. D. (2011) ‘Theoretical issues in the study of asexuality’. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 40: 713-723.
  • Chasin, C. J. D. (2013) ‘Reconsidering asexuality and its radical potential’. Feminist Studies, 39 (2): 405-426.
  • Carrigan, M. A. (2011)There’s more to life than sex? Difference and commonality within the asexual community. Sexualities, 14, 462-478.
  • Carrigan, M. A. (2012). How Do You Know You Don’t Like It If You Haven’t Tried It? In Morrison, T. G.; M. A. Morrison; M. A. Carrigan; D. T. McDermott (Eds).Sexual Minority Research in the New Millennium. 3-20.
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  • Chasin, C. D. (2011). Theoretical issues in the study of asexuality. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 4 (4), 713-723. DOI 10.1007/s10508-011-9757-x.
  • Chasin, C. D. (2013). Reconsidering Asexuality and Its Radical Potential. Feminist Studies, 39. 405-426.
  • Chasin, C. D. (2015). Making Sense in and of the Asexual Community: Navigating Relationships and Identities in a Context of Resistance. J. Community Appl. Soc. Psychol. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 25(2), 167-180.
  • Chasin, C. D. (2016). Considering Asexuality as a Sexual Orientation and Implications for Acquired Female Sexual Arousal/Interest Disorder. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 1-5. doi:10.1007/s10508-016-0893-1 http://rdcu.be/mW4q
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  • Cerankowski, K. J. (2013). Queer dandy style: The cultural politics of Tim Gunn’s asexuality. WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly, 41. 226-244.
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  • Herman, J. L. (2016) LGB with the T: Sexual Orientation in the National Transgender Discrimination Survey and Implications for Public Policy. In Y. M. S. Miguel & S. Tobais (Eds.), Trans Studies: The Challenge to Hetero/Homo Normativities. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
  • Hinderliter, A. C. (2009). Methodological Issues for Studying Asexuality. Arch Sex Behav Archives of Sexual Behavior, 38(5), 619-621.
  • Hinderliter, A. C. (2013). How is asexuality different from hypoactive sexual desire disorder? Psychology and Sexuality, 4(2), 167-178.
  • Hill, N. L. (2009) ‘Affirmative practice and alternative Sexual Orientations: Helping Clients Navigate the Coming Out Process’. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37: 346-356.
  • Houdenhove, E. V., Gijs, L., T’Sjoen, G., & Enzlin, P. (2013). Asexuality: Few Facts, Many Questions. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 40(3), 175-192.
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  • Johnson, M. T. (1977) ‘Asexual and auto-erotic women: Two invisible groups’. In: H. L. Gochros and J. S. Gochros eds. The sexually oppressed. New York: Associated Press: 96-109.
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  • Kim, E. J. (2010). How much sex is healthy? The pleasures of asexuality. in J. M. Metzl and A. Kirkland (Eds), Against Health: How Health Became the New Morality (157-169). New York: New York University Press.
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  • Przybylo, E. (2013a) ‘Afterword: some thoughts on asexuality as an interdisciplinary method’. Psychology & Sexuality, 4 (2): 193-194.
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  • Przybylo, E. & Cooper, D. (2014). Asexual Resonances: Tracing a Queerly Asexual Archive. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 20(3), 297-318. Duke University Press.
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