Research

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www.caras.ws – CARAS, Community-academic consortium for research on alternative sexualities
www.revisef65.org – Revise F65. On this Web page we discuss superfluous, outdated, non-scientific and stigmatizing psychiatric diagnoses as they appear in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD), published by the World Health Organization (WHO). The purpose of Revise F65 is to delete Fetishism, Transvestism and Sadomasochism as psychiatric diagnoses from the International Classification of Diseases published by the WHO. Revise F65 consists of SM/Leather/Fetish men and women representing organizations of leather and SM gays, – lesbians, bi- and heterosexuals, as well as professionals in sexology, psychology and psychiatry.
http://gloriabrame.com – Gloria Brame
www.ejhs.org/volume9/Hoff-abst.htm – Power and love: sadomasochistic practices in long-term committed relationships by Gabriele Hoff, Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality
http://sexresearch.us – Sex Research, Robert V. Bienvenu. The Development of Sadomasochism as a Cultural Style in the Twentieth-Century United States by Robert V. Bienvenu.
www.ejhs.org/volume9/Hoff-abst.htm – Power and love: sadomasochistic practices in long-term committed relationships by Gabriele Hoff, Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality
http://sites.google.com/site/stacinewmahr/playing-on-the-edge – Staci Newmahr: Playing on the Edge. Sadomasochism, risk and intimacy.
http://www.niu.edu/user/tj0bjs1/papers/scclm09.pdf – Hormonal Changes and Couple Bonding in Consensual Sadomasochistic Activity. Brad J. Sagarin, Bert Cutler, Nadine Cutler, Kimberly A. Lawler-Sagarin, Leslie Matuszewich. Sagarin Research Lab, Department of Psychology, Northern Illinois University.
http://www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology/index.htm – Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
http://kinkresearch.blogspot.com – Kink research overviews. This is my personal attempt to summarize and interpret the extant research on kink. While the internet has provided access to information about kink at an unheard-of-rate, misinformation of all sorts has proliferated as well… and much faster. Moreover, a lot of the extant research on kink, especially in public media, does not seem to be informed by previous research. We keep discovering the same things and making the same errors, and it is hard to find overviews of what we know and don’t know. Hence this blog. Orlando Curioso.

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