Topical Collection on Current Controversies

ISSN: 1548-3584 (Print) 1548-3592 (Online)

In this topical collection (19 articles)

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    CURRENT CONTROVERSIES (PJ KLEINPLATZ AND C MOSER, SECTION EDITORS)

    What Is the Best Method of Measuring the Physiology of Female Sexual Arousal?

    Tuuli M. Kukkonen Pages 30-37
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Current State of Female-to-Male Gender Confirming Surgery

    Shane D. Morrison, Marcelina G. Perez, Michael Nedelman Pages 38-48
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Sadomasochism in Sickness and in Health: Competing Claims from Science, Social Science, and Culture

    Ummni Khan Pages 49-58
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Female Ejaculation, G Spot, A Spot, and Should We Be Looking for Spots?

    Beverly Whipple Pages 59-62
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Is BDSM a Sexual Orientation or Serious Leisure?

    Richard A. Sprott, D J Williams Pages 75-79
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    To Transition or Not to Transition? That Is the Question

    Richard Green Pages 79-83
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    CURRENT CONTROVERSIES (PJ KLEINPLATZ AND C MOSER, SECTION EDITORS)

    The Emperor Has No Clothes: A Review of the ‘Pornography Addiction’ Model

    David Ley, Nicole Prause, Peter Finn Pages 94-105
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Cannabis and Sexuality

    Richard Balon Pages 99-103
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Health Disparities Among Kinky Sex Practitioners

    Richard Sprott, Anna Randall Pages 104-108
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Age Is Not a Condom: HIV and Sexual Health for Older Adults

    Stephen E. Karpiak, Joseph L. Lunievicz Pages 109-115
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Non-offending Pedophiles

    James M. Cantor, Ian V. McPhail Pages 121-128
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    The Quest for a Prosexual Medication for Women

    Stephen B. Levine, Denise L. Sheridan, Erin B. Cooper Pages 129-135
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Moving Medical Education and Sexuality Education Forward

    Carey Roth Bayer, David Satcher Pages 133-139
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    Current Controversies (PJ Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Can Pedophiles Change?

    James M. Cantor Pages 203-206
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Pre-exposure Prophylaxis for the Prevention of HIV Disease in Heterosexuals

    F. Lisa Sterman Pages 205-209
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    Current Controversies (PJ Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    “Can People with Pedophilia Change?: Yes they can!”

    J. Paul Fedoroff Pages 207-212
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Gender Differences and Similarities in Sexual Desire

    Samantha J. Dawson, Meredith L. Chivers Pages 211-219
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    Current Controversies (PJ Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Can Pedophiles Change? Response to Opening Arguments and Conclusions

    James M. Cantor, J. Paul Fedoroff Pages 213-220
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    Current Controversies (P Kleinplatz and C Moser, Section Editors)

    Sexual Fluidity in Male and Females

    Lisa M. Diamond Pages 249-256