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67 11 120 BUUNK, B. P. and DIJKSTRA, P. (2001): Evidence from a homosexual sample for a sex-specific rival-oriented mechanism: Jealousy as a

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Drescher, J.: Queer diagnoses: parallels and contrasts in the history of homosexuality, gender variance, and the diagnostic and statistical manual. Arch. Sex. Behav., 2010, 39 , 427

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Aviv Weinstein, Lichen Katz, Hila Eberhardt, Koby Cohen, and Michel Lejoyeux

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A homoszexualitás minden korban létezett: voltak korok, amelyekben elítélték, büntették a homoszexualitást, majd betegségnek, később normasértésnek tekintették. Manapság néhány országban már szabadon választott életforma. A homoszexualitást számos sztereotípia övezi ma is, amelyhez az is hozzájárul, hogy a homoszexuálisok sajátosságait nehéz felmérni rejtőzködésük miatt. Jelen tanulmány célja, hogy megtudjuk, hogyan vélekednek magukról a homoszexuálisok, illetve hogyan vélekednek róluk a heteroszexuálisok. A véleményeket a leggyakoribb sztereotípiák tükrében értékeltük. A strukturált interjúk 11 fő heteroszexuális és 10 fő homoszexuális alannyal készültek. Az eredmények azt mutatják, hogy a bűn és a betegség diskurzus, néhány kivételtől eltekintve, már nem része a sztereotípiáknak. Az is jól látható, hogy a sztereotípiáknak van valóságalapjuk, azonban sok esetben éppen maguk a homoszexuálisok azok, akik elfogadják ezeket.

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: The Vatican and Homosexuality: Reactions to the "Letter to the Bishops of the Catholic Church on the Pastoral Care of Homosexual Persons." New York: Crossroad. The Vatican and Homosexuality: Reactions to the "Letter to the Bishops of the

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physical aggressiveness in heterosexual, homosexual and transsexual males Archives of Sexual Behavior 12 77 84 . A

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of Aging and Health, 19, 921–945. Diamond, M. (1993). Homosexuality and bisexuality in different populations. Archives of Sexual Behaviour, 22, 291–310. Edelstein, R. S., Chopik, W. J., & Kean

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homosexual or bisexual ( Cooper, Delmonico, & Burg, 2000 ; Daneback et al., 2005 ; Giordano & Cashwell, 2017 ; Peter & Valkenburg, 2011 ), being single ( Ballester-Arnal, Castro-Calvo, Gil-Llario, & Giménez-García, 2014 ; Cooper et al., 2000 ; Cooper

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Frustrated felines and excited ungulates

A review of Homosexual Behaviour in Animals: An Evolutionary Perspective edited by Volker Sommer and Paul L. Vasey. Cambridge University Press (2006) 382 pages, £75 ($125), ISBN: 0521864466 (hardback)

Journal of Evolutionary Psychology
Author: David W. Lawson

References B. Bagemihl 1999 Biological exuberance: animal homosexuality & natural diversity Profile

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We investigated whether a sexual preference for smoking can be related to past experiences of parental smoking during childhood, as predicted by the theory of sexual imprinting, but also by sexual conditioning theory. In a sample of over 4000 respondents to five Internet surveys on sexual preferences, we found that parental smoking correlates with increased attraction to smoking in self-reported hetero- and homosexual males. Maternal smoking was associated with an increase in attraction to smoking both in hetero- and homosexual males, while paternal smoking was associated with an increase in attraction to smoking only in males who prefer male partners. We could not explain these findings by considering other factors than parental smoking habits, such as possibly biased reporting, indicators of a sexually liberal lifestyle or phenotype matching. Our data are consistent with the hypothesis that sexual preferences are acquired early in life by exposure to stimuli provided by individuals in the child's environment, such as caregivers. The sex specificity of the parental effect is consistent with sexual imprinting theory but not with conditioning theory.

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