Sexual Strands: Understanding and Treating Sexual Anomalies in Men

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struments have been given precedence. However, personality data and demographic information are also included to help understand fully the sexual behavior.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The following is a summary of 10 years of work in research and treatment of sexual anomalies. During that time, I have accumulated much experience which would not have been possible without my colleagues on the Forensic Service of the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry. Kurt Freund, Department of Behavioral Sexology, Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, has shared his experience from a lifetime study in the area of sexual behavior. Many people have helped to produce this book by offering constructive comments and criticisms: Betty Steiner, Steve Hucker, Will Cupchik, Dan Paitich, Georges Ramsay, Suzanne Curnoe-Langevin, Ken Zucker and Kingsley Ferguson. The help of Bill & Queenie Curnoe & Max were indispensable for writing. The careful typing, editing and referencing for the book was done by Mitas Ongtengco and Merle Jaggernauth. The figures and illustrations were drawn by Andre Langevin and Pierre Fazzini. I wish to thank everyone for their assistance. Finally, the students and patients who have cooperated and who participated in data collection have made my involvement rewarding and interesting.

Ron Langevin
Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • I - Introduction to the Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Anomalies xv
  • 1 - A Model for Studying Sexual Anomalies 1
  • 2 - Assessment of Erotic Preferences 7
  • 3 - Treatment Methods 30
  • II - Stimulus Preference Anomalies *
  • 4 - Homosexuality 78
  • 5 - Bisexuality 149
  • 6 - Transexualism and Transvestism 171
  • 7 - Fetishism 243
  • 8 - Heterosexual and Homosexual Pedophilia 263
  • 9 - Incest 301
  • III - Response Preference Anomalies *
  • 10 - Exhibitionism 321
  • 11 - Voyeurism 381
  • 12 - Sexual Aggression and Rape 392
  • 13 - Sadism and Masochism 427
  • IV - Physical Disorders *
  • 14 - The Intersexes 450
  • 15 - Sexual Dysfunction 472
  • V - Concluding Remarks *
  • 16 - Concluding Remarks 497
  • Appendix One - Sexual History Questionnaire - Male 501
  • Appendix Two - A Sample SHQ Profile 521
  • Subject Index 523
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