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Sexual Fluidity by Lisa Diamond
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May 22, 2016

did not like it
bookshelves: psychology-therapy, lgbtqiia
Read in May, 2011

So many methodological problems with this book I don't even know what to say. If you know anything about setting up a good study, you know this is not a good study and then you feel bad because this woman devoted 10 years to creating a pretty worthless study.

Outcomes synthesis: many white, affluent, educated, gay/bi women who fantasized/slept with/were attracted to both sexes in college were still somewhat ambivalent about their sexual preferences/fantasies/partner genders later in life.

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