(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive
bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities,
compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)
Note: For further debates on women and sexuality, see the sections on heterosexuality, pornography, and violence.
Albury, Kath. (2002). Yes Means Yes: Getting Explicit About Heterosex. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
Ali, M. M., and J. Cleland. (2005). Sexual and reproductive behaviour among single women aged 15-24 in eight Latin American countries: a comparative analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 60(6): 1175-1185.
Assiter, Alison, and Carol Avedon. (1993). Bad Girls and Dirty Pictures: The Challenge to Reclaim Feminism. London: Pluto.
Attwood, F. (2007). Sluts and Riot Grrrls: Female Identity and Sexual Agency. Journal of Gender Studies, 16(3): 233 - 247.
Barker, Chris. (1998). ‘Cindy’s a Slut’: Moral Identities and Moral Responsibility in the ‘Soap Talk’ of British Asian Girls. Sociology, 32(1), February.
Barrett, Michele. (1982). Female Sexuality. In Brake, Mike. (ed.). Human Sexual Relations: A Reader in Human Sexuality, Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin.
Barron, Christie, and Dany Lacombe. (2005). Moral Panic and the Nasty Girl. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, Feb., Vol. 42, Iss. 1.
Bartky, Sandra. (1988). Foucault, Femininity, and the Modernisation of Patriarchal Power. In Diamond, L, and Quinby, L. (eds). Feminism and Foucault: Reflections on Resistance. Boston.
Basson, Rosemary. (2002). Are Our Definitions of Women’s Desire, Arousal and Sexual Pain Disorders Too Broad and Our Definition of Orgasmic Disorder Too Narrow?. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, Volume 28, Number 4, July 01, pp. 289 - 300.
Bell, Robert R. (1974). The Sex Survey of Australian Women. Melbourne: Sun.
Berg, Rigmor. (1990). Sexuality: Why Do Women Come Off Second Best?. In Grieve, N. and Burns, A. (eds). Australian Women: New Feminist Perspectives. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Bergman, Randy, Michael Hall, Elizabeth McGrady, and James Hurtubise. (2005). Is Sex Synonymous with Relationships? An Exploration into the Views of Males and Females. American Journal of Health Education, Jul/Aug., Vol. 36, Iss. 4.
Bettis, P., and N. G. Adams. (2006). Short skirts and breast juts: cheerleading, eroticism and schools. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 6(2): 121-133.
Bland, Lucy. (1995). Banishing the Beast: Sexuality and the Early Feminists.
Blumberg, Eric S. (2003). The Lives and Voices of Highly Sexual Women. Journal of Sex Research, May, Vol. 40, Iss. 2.
Bramwell, Ros. (2002). Invisible Labia: The Representation of Female External Genitals in Women’s Magazines. Sexual & Relationship Therapy, Volume 17 Number 2, May 01.
Braun, V., and S. Wilkinson. (2005). Vagina equals woman? On genitals and gendered identity. Women’s Studies International Forum, 28(6): 509.
Braun, Virginia, and Celia Kitzinger. (2001). The Perfectible Vagina: Size Matters. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 3 Number 3, July, pp. 263-277.
Braun, Virginia, and Nicola Gavey. ‘Bad Girls’ and ‘Good Girls’? Sexuality and Cervical Cancer. Women’s Studies International Forum, 22(2), pp. 203-213.
Braun, Virginia. (1999). Breaking a Taboo? Talking (and laughing) about the vagina. Feminism & Psychology, 9(3).
Braun, Virginia. (2001). “Snatch,” “Hole,” or “Honey-pot”? Semantic categories and the problem of nonspecificity in female genital slang. Journal of Sex Research, 38(2), May.
Braun, Virginia. (2005). In Search of (Better) Sexual Pleasure: Female Genital ‘Cosmetic’ Surgery. Sexualities, Volume 8, No. 4, October, pp. 407-424.
Brewster, Karin L. (1994). Race Differences in Sexual Activity Among Adolescent Women: The Role of Neighborhood Characteristics. American Sociological Review, 59, June.
Brumberg, Joan Jacobs. (1997). The Body Project: An Intimate History of American Girls. New York: Random House.
Canaan, Joyce. (1986). Why a ‘Slut’ is a ‘Slut’: Cautionary Tales of Middle-Class Teenage Girls’ Morality. In Herve Varenne, ed. Symbolizing America. Lincoln: U of Nebraska Press.
Carpenter, L. M. (2002). Gender and the Meaning and Experience of Virginity Loss in the Contemporary United States. Gender Society, 16(3): 345-365.
Carpenter, Laura M. (1998). From girls into women: Scripts for sexuality and romance in Seventeen Magazine, 1974-1994. Journal of Sex Research, May, Vol. 35, Iss. 2.
Cartledge, Sue, and Joanna Ryan. (eds). (1983). Sex and Love: New Thoughts on Old Contradictions. London: Women’s Press.
Christine, A. S., and S. Shannon. (2002). What do women want: The effects of gender and sexual orientation on the desirability of physical attributes in the personal ads of women. Sex Roles, 46(9/10): 337.
Chung, D. (2005). Violence, control, romance and gender equality: Young women and heterosexual relationships. Women’s Studies International Forum, 28(6): 445-455.
Cott, Nancy F. (ed.). Sexuality and Sexual Behaviour. Series: History of Women in the United States: Historical articles on Women’s Lives and Activities.
Coward, Rosalind. (1984). Female Desire: Women’s Sexuality Today. London: Paladin.
Cowie, Celia, and Sue Lees. (1981). Slags or Drags. Feminist Review, 9, pp. 17-31 (Also in Feminist Review. (eds). (1987). Sexuality: A Reader. London: Virago Press).
Cowlishaw, Gillian K. (1979). Women’s Realm: A Study of Socialisation, Sexuality and Reproduction Among Australian Aborigines. PhD thesis. University of Sydney.
Crawford, J., S. Kippax, and C. Waldby. (1994). Women’s Sex Talk and Men’s Sex Talk: Different Worlds. Feminism Psychology, 4(4): 571-587.
Crawford, M., and D. Popp. (2003). Sexual double standards: A review and methodological critique of two decades of research. Journal of Sex Research, 40(1): 13.
Damsky, Lee. (ed). (2000). Sex & Single Girls: Straight and queer women on sexuality. Toronto: Seal Press.
Daniell, Rosemary. (2002). Sleeping With Soldiers: In Search of the Macho Man. Hill Street Press.
Deveson, Anne. (1987). Australians at Risk. Sydney: Cassell (especially pp. 187-92; 220-7; 318-27).
Devor, Holly. (1996). Female Gender Dysphoria in Context: Social Problem or Personal Problem. Annual Review of Sex Research, Volume VII.
Drew, J. (2003). The myth of female sexual dysfunction and its medicalization. Sexualities, Evolution & Gender, 5(2): 89-96.
du Toit, B. M. (1987). Menarche and sexuality among a sample of black South African schoolgirls. Social Science & Medicine, 24(7): 561-571.
Dugdale, Anni. (1999). Devices and Desires: Contraceptive Technology and Women’s Sexuality. Zed Books.
Duncan, N. (2004). It’s important to be nice, but it’s nicer to be important: girls, popularity and sexual competition. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 4(2): 137-152.
Easton, Dossie, and Catherine A. Liszt. (1997). The Ethical Slut: A guide to infinite sexual possibilities. San Francisco, CA: Greenery Press.
Ensler, Eve. (2001). The Vagina Monologues. New York: Villard.
Epstein, D., and D. L. Steinberg. (1995). Twelve Steps to heterosexuality? Common-Sensibilities on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Feminism Psychology, 5(2): 275-280.
Evans, Ann. (2000). Power and Negotiation. Young Women’s Choices about Sex and Contraception. Journal of Population Research, 17(2).
Evans, Harriet. (1996). Women and Sexuality in China. Polity Press.
Fagot, Beverly I. (1995). Psychosocial and Cognitive Determinants of Early Gender-Role Development. Annual Review of Sex Research, Volume VI.
Farrow, Rachel, and Paul Arnold. (2003). Changes in Female Student Sexual Behaviour During the Transition to University. Journal of Youth Studies, 6(4), December, pp. 339-355.
Featherstone, L. (2005). Sexy mamas? Women, sexuality and reproduction in Australia in the 1940s. Australian Historical Studies, 36(126): 234-252.
Fillion, Kate. Lip Service: Challenging the Sexual Script of the Modern Woman. Toronto.
Fine, Michelle, and Pat Macpherson. Over Dinner: Feminism and Adolescent Female Bodies. In Radtke, H. Lorraine and Stam, Henderikus J. (eds). Power/Gender: Social Relations in Theory and Practice. London: Sage Publications, pp. 194-209.
Fine, Michelle. (1993). Sexuality, Schooling, and Adolescent Females: The missing discourse of desire. In Loise Weis and Michelle Fine, (eds). Beyond Silenced Voices: Class, Race, and Gender in United States schools. New York: State University of New York Press. (Also in Harvard Educational Review, 1988, 58(1)).
Fischtein, D. S., E. S. Herold, and S. Desmarais. (2005). Canadian Attitudes Toward Female Topless Behaviour: A National Survey. The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 14(3/4): 63.
Forbes, Joan S. (1996). Disciplining Women in Contemporary Discourses of Sexuality. Journal of Gender Studies, 5(2), pp. 177-189.
Fox, Greer Litton (1977). ‘Nice Girl’: Social Control of Women Through a Value Construct. Signs, 2(4).
Geer, J., and G. Robertson. (2005). Implicit Attitudes in Sexuality: Gender Differences. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 34(6): 671-677.
Geer, James H., and Gina M. Manguno-Mire. (1996). Gender Difference in Cognitive Processes in Sexuality. Annual Review of Sex Research, Volume VII.
Gerhard, Jane. (2000). Revisiting “The Myth of the Vaginal Orgasm”: The Female Orgasm in American Sexual Thought and Second Wave Feminism. Feminist Studies. 26(2), Summer.
Goldscheider, Frances. (2005). The New Single Woman. Boston: Beacon.
Green, Fiona J. (2005). From clitoridectomies to ‘designer vaginas’: The medical construction of heteronormative female bodies and sexuality through female genital cutting. Sexualities, Evolution & Gender, Volume 7 Number 2, August.
Green, G., R. Pool, S. Harrison, G. J. Hart, J. Wilkinson, S. Nyanzi, and J. A. G. Whitworth. (2001). Female control of sexuality: illusion or reality? Use of vaginal products in south west Uganda. Social Science & Medicine, 52(4): 585-598.
Griffin, C. (2000). Absences that Matter: Constructions of Sexuality in Studies of Young Women’s Friendships. Feminism Psychology, 10(2): 227-245.
Groneman, Carol. (1994). Nymphomania: The Historial Construction of Female Sexuality. Signs, Winter, 19(2). (Also in Terry, Jennifer and Urla, Jacqueline. (eds). (1995). Deviant Bodies: Critical Perspectives on Difference in Science and Popular Culture. Bloomington & Indianopolis: Indiana University Press).
Hall, Jacqueline Dowd. (1983). The Mind That Burns in Each Body: Women, Rape, and Racial Violence. In Snitow, Ann, Stansell, Christine and Thompson, Sharon. (eds). Desire: The Politics of Sexuality. New York: Monthly Review Press.
Haning, R. Vernon, Stephen L. O’Keefe; Elizabeth J. Randall; Martin J. Kommor; Elaine Baker; and Robert Wilson (2007) Intimacy, Orgasm Likelihood, and Conflict Predict Sexual Satisfaction in Heterosexual Male and Female Respondents. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, Volume 33 Issue 2.
Hardy, S. (2001). More Black Lace: Women, Eroticism and Subjecthood. Sexualities, 4(4): 435-453.
Harris, A., S. Aapola, and M. Gonick. (2000). Doing It Differently: Young women managing hetero-sexuality in Australia, Finland and Canada. Journal of Youth Studies, 2000, v.3, n.4, pp. 373-88.
Harris, Anita (ed.). (2004). All About the Girl: Culture, Power, and Identity.
New York & London: Routledge.
Pretty in pink: young women presenting mature sexual identities.
Talking sexuality through an insider’s lens: the Samoan experience.
Shifting desires: discourses of accountability in abstinence-only education in the United States.
Where my girls at?: black girls and the construction of the sexual.
Gender and sexuality: continuities and change for girls in school.
Colluding in “compulsory heterosexuality”?: doing research with young women at school.
Hartley, Heather, and Leonore Tiefer. (2003). Taking a Biological Turn: The push for a “female Viagra” and the medicalization of women’s sexual problems. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 31(1/2), Winter.
Haug, Frigga and Others. (1987). Female Sexualization: A Collective Work of Memory. (trans. Erica Carter). London: Verso.
Heise, Lori L. (1995). Violence, Sexuality, and Women’s Lives. In Parker, Richard G. and Gagnon, John H. (eds). Conceiving Sexuality: Approaches to Sex Research in a Postmodern World. New York & London: Routledge.
Hicks, T. V., and H. Leitenberg. (2001). Sexual fantasies about one’s partner versus someone else: Gender differences in incidence and frequency. Journal of Sex Research, 38(1): 43.
Hite, M. (1988). Writing - and Reading - the Body: Female Sexuality and Recent Feminist fiction. Feminist Studies, 14(1).
Hite, Shere. (1987). The Hite Report: Women and Love: A Cultural Revolution in Progress. London: Penguin.
Holland, Janet et.al. (1990). Sex, Gender and Power: Young Women’s Sexuality in the Shadow of AIDS. Sociology of Health & Illness, 12(3).
Holland, Janet, and Caroline Ramazanoglu. (1994). Coming to Conclusions: Power and Interpretation in Researching Young Women’s Sexuality. In Purvis, Jane and Maynard, Mary. (eds). Researching Women’s Lives From a Feminist Perspective. London: Falmer Press.
Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, and Sue Scott. (1990). AIDS: From Panic Stations to Power Relations; Sociological Perspectives and Problems. Sociology, 25(3), August.
Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Scott, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1991). Between Embarrassment and Trust: Young Women and the Diversity of Condom Use. In Aggleton, Peter, Hart, Graham and Davies, Peter. (eds). AIDS: Responses, Interventions and Care. London: Falmer Press, pp. 127-148.
Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Scott, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1991). Pressure, Resistance, Empowerment: Young Women and the Negotiation of Safer Sex. WRAP Paper 6. London: Tufnell Press.
Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Scott, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1992). Pressure, Resistance, Empowerment: Young Women and the Negotiation of Safer Sex. In Aggleton, Peter, Hart, Graham and Davies, Peter. (eds). AIDS: Rights, Risk and Reason. London & Bristol, PA: Falmer Press.
Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1992). Pleasure, Pressure and Power: Some Contradictions of Gendered Sexuality. The Sociological Review, 40(4).
Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1994). Power and Desire: The Embodiment of Female Sexuality. Feminist Review, No. 46, Spring.
Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1996). Reputations: Journeying Into Gendered Power Relations. In Weeks, Jeffrey and Holland, Janet. (eds). Sexual Cultures: Communities, Values and Intimacy. Hampshire & London: Macmillan, pp. 239-260.
Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1998). The Male in the Head: Young People, Heterosexuality and Power. London: Tufnell Press
Holland, Janet. (1993). Sexuality and Ethnicity: Variations in Young Women’s Sexual Knowledge and Practice. London: Tufnell Press.
Holly, Lesley. (ed.). (1989). Girls and Sexuality: Teaching and Learning. Philadelphia: Open University Press.
Hoskins, Byrony. (2000). Young Women’s Sexuality: All Bad News?. Feminist Review. No. 66, Autumn.
Hudson and Ineichen. (1991). Taking It Lying Down: Sexuality and Teenage Motherhood.
Hudson, Annie. (1998). ‘No Man is Safe’: Young Women and Sexuality. In Troublesome Girls. Macmillan.
Hugh-Jones, S., B. Gough, and A. Littlewood. (2005). Sexual Exhibitionism as ‘Sexuality and Individuality’: A Critique of Psycho-Medical Discourse from the Perspectives of Women who Exhibit. Sexualities, 8(3): 259-281.
Ilkkaracan, Pinar. (2000). Women and Sexuality in Muslim Societies. Istanbul: Women for Women’s Human Rights (WWHR).
Jackson, Stevi. (1982). Childhood and Sexuality. Oxford: Blackwell.
Jayawardena, Kumari, and Malathi de Alwis. (eds). (1998). Embodied Violence: Communalising Women’s Sexuality in South Asia. London: Zed Books and Kali for Women.
Johnson, Merri Lisa (ed.). (2002). Jane Sexes It Up: True confessions of feminist desire. New York and London: Four Walls Eight Windows.
Jones, Carol, and Pat Mahoney. (eds). (1989). Learning our Lines: Sexuality and Social Control in Education. London: Women’s Press.
Kamen, Paula. (2000). Her Way: Young Women Remake the Sexual Revolution. New York University Press.
Kang, Melissa S., and Deborah A. Zador. (1993). Sexual Behaviour and Contraceptive Practices of Year 10 Schoolgirls in Inner Metropolitan Sydney. Australian Journal of Marriage & Family, 14(3), November.
Kaplan, Louise J. (1991). Female Perversions. London: Pandora.
Karp, Marcelle, and Debbie Stoller. (eds). (1999). The Bust Guide to the New Girl Order. New York: Penguin. (Especially Section 3, Sex and the Single Girl).
Kelly, Jacqueline, and Doris G. Bazzini. (2001). Gender, Sexual Experience, and the Sexual Double Standard: Evaluations of Female Contraceptive Behavior. Sex Roles, 45(11/12), December.
Khoei, Effat Merghati, Anna Whelan, and Jeffrey Cohen. (2008). Sharing beliefs: What sexuality means to Muslim Iranian women living in Australia. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 10 Issue 3.
Kingston, Beverley. (1975). My Wife, My Daughter and Poor Mary Ann: Women and Work in Australia. Melbourne: Nelson (especially pp. 129-36).
Kinsman, John, Stella Nyanzi, and Robert Pool. (2000). Socializing Influences and the Value of Sex: The Experience of Adolescent School Girls in Rural Masaka, Uganda. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 2(3), July.
Kitzinger, Jenny. (1995). ‘I’m sexually attractive but I’m powerful’: Young women negotiating a sexual reputation. Women’s Studies International Forum. 18(2), pp. 187-196.
Laan, Ellen, and Walter Everaerd. (1995). Determinants of Female Sexual Arousal: Psychophysiological Theory and Data. Annual Review of Sex Research, Volume VI.
Langford, Wendy. (1999). Revolutions of the Heart: Gender, Power and the Delusions of Love. Routledge
Lee, Janet. (1994). Menarche and the (Hetero)Sexualization of the Female Body. Gender & Society, 8(3), September.
Lees, Sue. (1986). Losing Out: Sexuality and Adolescent Girls. London: Hutchinson Education.
Lees, Sue. (1989). Learning To Love: Sexual Reputation, Morality and the Social Control of Girls. In Cain, M. (ed.). Growing Up Good: Policing the Behaviour of Girls in Europe. London: Sage.
Lees, Sue. (1993). Sugar and Spice: Sexuality and Adolescent Girls. London: Penguin.
Lees, Sue. (1996). Ruling Passions: Sexual Violence, Reputation and the Law.
Buckingham: Open University Press.
Includes Chapter 1, “The Policing of Girls in Everyday Life: Sexual Reputation, Morality and the Social Control of Girls”.
Leitenberg, Harold. (2000). A statewide survey of age at first intercourse for adolescent females and age of their male partners: Relation to other risk behaviors and statutory rape implications. Archives of Sexual Behavior, June, 29(3).
Lenskyj, Helen. (1986). Out of Bounds: Women, Sport and Sexuality. Toronto, Ontario: Women’s Press.
Leroy, Margaret. (1993). Pleasure: The Truth About Female Sexuality. London.
Lesch, E., and L. -M. Kruger. (2005). Mothers, daughters and sexual agency in one low-income South African community. Social Science & Medicine, 61(5): 1072-1082.
Levy, Ariel. (2005). Female Chauvinist Pigs: Women and the rise of raunch culture. Melbourne: Schwartz (New York: Free Press).
Liebau, Carol Platt. (2007). Prude: How the Sex-Obsessed Culture Damages Girls (and America, Too! Center Street.
Loe, Meika. (1999). Feminism for sale: Case study of a pro-sex feminist business. Gender & Society, 13(6), December.
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Mackinolty, Judy, and H. Radi. (eds). (1979). In Pursuit of Justice: Australian Women and the Law, 1788-1979. Sydney: Hale & Iremonger (especially Ch’s 19, 21, 22).
Maglin, Nan Bauer, and Donna Perry. (eds). ‘Bad Girls’/’Good Girls’: Women, Sex, and Power in the Nineties. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Maines, Rachel P. (1999). The Technology of Orgasm: ‘Hysteria’, the Vibrator, and Women’s Sexual Satisfaction. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.
Mann, C. (1996). ‘Girls’ Own Story’: The Search for a Sexual Identity in Times of Family Change. In Holland, Janet and Adkins, Lisa. (eds). (1996). Sex, Sensibility and the Gendered Body. Hampshire & London: Macmillan.
Marks, M. J., and R. C. Fraley. (2006). Confirmation Bias and the Sexual Double Standard. Sex Roles, 54(1-2): 19.
Martin, E. (1989). The Woman in the Body. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.
Mary, C., and P. Danielle. (2003). Sexual double standards: A review and methodological critique of two decades of research. Journal of Sex Research, 40(1): 13.
Matthews, Jill J. (1984). Good and Mad Women. Sydney: Allen & Unwin (especially pp. 111-47).
Maxwell, C. (2006). Understanding Young Women’s Sexual Relationship Experiences: The Nature and Role of Vulnerability. Journal of Youth Studies, 9(2): 141-158.
Maxwell, Coralie, and M. Boyle. (1995). Risky Heterosexual Practice Among Women over 30: Gender, Power and Long Term Relationships. AIDS Care, 7(3), pp. 277-293.
McCormick, Naomi B. (1994). Sexual Salvation: Affirming Women’s Sexual Rights and Pleasures. Westport, Conneticut: Praeger.
McDaniel, A. (2005). Young Women’s Dating Behavior: Why/Why Not Date a Nice Guy? Sex Roles, 53(5 - 6): 347-359.
McNeill, Pearlie et.al. (eds). (1992). Women Talk Sex: Autobiographical Writing on Sex, Sexuality and Sexual Identity. London: Scarlet Press.
Meadows, Marilyn. (1997). Exploring the Invisible: Listening to Mid-Life Women Talk About Heterosexual Sex. Women’s Studies International Forum, 20(1).
Meana, M., and S. E. Nunnink. (2006). Gender Differences in the Content of Cognitive Distraction During Sex. Journal of Sex Research, 43(1): 59.
Medical Journal of Australia (2003). 178(12), 16 June.
Expanding the frontiers of women’s health research -- US style / Vivian W Pinn. (pp. 598-599).
YOUNG WOMEN’S HEALTH
Risk-taking behaviour of young women in Australia: screening for health-risk behaviours / Michael R C Carr-Gregg, Kate C Enderby and Sonia R Grover (pp. 601-604)
Dieting, body weight, body image and self-esteem in young women: doctors’ dilemmas / Suzanne F Abraham (pp. 607-611).
THE REPRODUCTIVE YEARS
The baby bust / Anne Summers (pp. 612-613).
Multiple pregnancy: a modern epidemic? / Mark P Umstad and Michael J Gronow (pp. 613-615).
New contraceptive choices across reproductive life / Therese M Foran (pp. 616-620).
The efficacy of non-contraceptive uses for hormonal contraceptives / Ian S Fraser and Gabor T Kovacs (pp. 621-623).
Update on treatment of menstrual disorders / Martha Hickey and Cynthia M Farquhar (pp. 625-629).
Hormone replacement therapy: to use or not to use? / Rodney J Baber, Justine L O’Hara and Frances M Boyle (pp. 630-633).
Menopause: new therapies / Susan R Davis (pp. 634-637).
Arousal disorders in women: complaints and complexities / Sandra R Leiblum (pp. 638-640).
Older women’s sexuality / Lesley A Yee and Kendra J Sundquist (pp. 640-643).
Lesbian health inequalities: a cultural minority issue for health professionals / Ruth P McNair (pp. 643-645).
Meston, Cindy M., Roy J. Levin, Marca L. Sipski, Elaine M. Hull, and Julia R. Heiman. (2004). Women’s Orgasm. Annual Review of Sex Research, Vol. 15.
Milhausen, R. R., and E. S. Herold. (1999). Does the sexual double standard still exist? Perceptions of university women. Journal of Sex Research, 36(4): 361.
Milnes, K. (2004). What lies between romance and sexual equality? A narrative study of young women’s sexual experiences. Sexualities, Evolution & Gender, 6(2 - 3): 151-170.
Moore, Susan, and Doreen Rosenthal. (1993). Gendered Constructions of Sexuality. Chapter 5 in Sexuality in Adolescence. London: Routledge.
Morris, Karen, and Mary Fuller. (1999). Heterosexual Relationships of Young Women in a Rural Environment. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 20(4), December, pp. 531-543.
Nathanson, Constance A. (1991). Dangerous Passage: The Social Control of Sexuality in Women’s Adolescence. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Nicolson, P. (2003). Feminism and the debate about female sexual dysfunction: do women really know what they want? Sexualities, Evolution & Gender, 5(1): 37-39.
Nicolson, P. (2003). Introduction: Reproductive success and the social construction of ‘frigidity’. Do women ‘go off’ sexual intercourse because they are ‘ill’? Sexualities, Evolution & Gender, 5(1): 31-32.
Nicolson, Paula, and Jennifer Burr. (2003). What is ‘Normal’ About Women’s (Hetero)sexual Desire and Orgasm?: A report of an in-depth interview study. Social Science & Medicine, Volume 57, Issue 9, November 2003, pp. 1735-1745.
Norris, Jeanette, N. Tatiana Masters, and Tina Zawacki. (2004). Cognitive Mediation of Women’s Sexual Decision Making: The Influence of Alcohol, Contextual Factors, and Background Variables. Annual Review of Sex Research, Vol. 15.
Ogletree, Shirley Matile, and Harvey J. Ginsburg. (2000). Kept Under the Hood: Neglect of the clitoris in common vernacular. Sex Roles, 43(11/12).
Oriel, Jennifer. (2005). Sexual pleasure as a human right: Harmful or helpful to women in the context of HIV/AIDS?. Women’s Studies International Forum, Volume 28, Issue 5, September-October, pp. 392-404.
Peplau, Letitia Anne, and Linda D. Garnets. (eds). (2000). Journal of Social Issues, Special Issue: Women’s Sexualities: New Perspectives on Sexual Orientation and Gender, 56(2), Summer
Phillips, Lynn M. (2000). Flirting with Danger: Young Women’s Reflections on Sexuality and Domination. New York University Press.
Potts, A. (2000). Coming, Coming, Gone: A Feminist Deconstruction of Heterosexual Orgasm. Sexualities, 3(1): 55-76.
Potts, A. (2003). “Respecting diversity”. (response to debate on female sexual dysfunction). British Medical Journal, vol326 (7390): 658-659.
Potts, A., N. Gavey, V. Grace, and T. Vares. (2003). The downside of Viagra: Women’s experiences and perspectives. Sociology of Health & Illness, 25(7): 697-719.
Quilliam, Susan. (1994). Women on Sex. London: Smith Gryphon.
Ragsdale, K., W. Difranceisco, and S. Pinkerton. (2006). Where the boys are: Sexual expectations and behaviour among young women on holiday. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 8(2): 85-98.
Ramazanoglu, Caroline, and Janet Holland. (1993). Women’s Sexuality and Men’s Appropriation of Desire. In Ramazanoglu, Caroline. (ed.). Up Against Foucault: Explorations of Some Tensions Between Foucault and Feminism. London: Routledge.
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Regan, P. C., J. L. Lyle, A. L. Otto, and A. Joshi. (2003). Pregnancy and changes in female sexual desire: A review. Social Behavior and Personality, 31(6): 603.
Regan, P. C., R. Medina, and A. Joshi. (2001). Partner preferences among homosexual men and women: What is desirable in a sex partner is not necessarily desirable in a romantic partner. Social Behavior and Personality, 29(7): 625.
Reynolds, J., and M. Wetherell. (2003). The Discursive Climate of Singleness: The Consequences for Women’s Negotiation of a Single Identity. Feminism Psychology, 13(4): 489-510.
Root, Jane. (1984). Pictures of Women: Sexuality. London & Boston: Pandora Press.
Rose, Tricia. (1997). Reinventing the Pleasure/Danger Dialectic: Black Female Teenage Sexuality in the Popular Imagination. In Long, Elizabeth. (ed.). From Sociology to Cultural Studies: New Perspectives, Malden, MA: Blackwell.
Russell, E., and M. L. Dantzker. (2006). Gender and Ethnic Differences in Sexual Attitudes at a Hispanic-Serving University. Journal of General Psychology, 133(2): 153.
Schneider, Beth, and Meredith Gould. (1987). Female Sexuality: Looking Back Into the Future. In Hess, B. and Ferree, M.M. (eds). Analysing Gender. Sage.
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