I classify Sigmund Freud as a sexologist because his early works, most notably "Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality" (1905), address ongoing sexological
debates about the nature of sexual perversion and draw heavily on recent research by psychologists and sexologists on childhood sexual experiences.
depending on the specialty of the involved experts and the objectives submitted to the expert, there are divided into: simple and complex, the latest in turn being divided depending on the specialty of the involved experts (psychiatric and psychological, psychiatric and narcological, psychiatric and sexological
, forensic psychiatry, etc.
theory continues to adopt this shift in thinking: how an individual expresses (or fails to express) his or her sexuality provides pivotal a means with which to identify who that individual is (and is not) and, how 'healthy/stable/normal' he or she is (or is not).
The presence of late-19th-century medical and sexological
judgements is indeed weighty in Proust's novel.
Among these were medical and sexological
theories, which tended to view female performances of masculinity and masculine fashion predilections as pathological and criminological, in cases of extreme deviance from the female gendered norm.
What soon becomes apparent from a reading of The Intersexes is its function as a mediating text: one that renders accessible to a lay audience sexological
studies of homosexuality published over the previous half century.
From the prevailing critical perspective shaped by the theories of the French social historian Michel Foucault in his influential History of Sexuality, there has been a long-standing view, only recently challenged, that modern sexual identities such as lesbian and homosexual are a late-nineteenth-century invention, the result of the creation of new taxonomies of sexual identity that date from the 1860s and the subsequent rise of sexological
and related legal discourses (43,15-51).
Nevertheless, the range of cultural objects that the book embraces--literature in prose and verse, memoirs, aesthetic theories, social and sexological
treatises, visual arts, and so on--is at once impressive and suggestive, and the individual essays are skillfully argued.
Her interpretation of Nightwood as a work of embroidery on sexological
and psychoanalytical theories of the female homosexual is illuminating (93); the reading of Sally in Virginia Woolf's Mrs.
Wanrooji, 'Basic Sexological
Premises', Italy, 1998.
With heated debates about such Chinese neologisms as "tongxing af or "tongxing Man" for the Western sexological
term "same-sex love," female-female bonding became much more controversial than before.
A focus group study of 21 collegiate peers who facilitate weekly discussions on sexological
topics indicated that participation in the program resulted in increased communication skills, facilitation of sexual attitude awareness, enhanced personal relationships, and provided useful career enhancing opportunities (Butler et al.