The exotic becomes the erotic?

Dixit, Jay
November 1996
Psychology Today;Nov/Dec96, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p16
Focuses on Cornell University psychologist Daryl Bem's theory of sexual development which explains same-sex attraction as a result of gender-nonconforming behavior caused by temperament determined by biological factors. How non-conforming children may perceive peers of the same sex.


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