By Mark Carrigan,Kristina Gupta,Todd G. Morrison
The final decade has visible the emergence of an more and more excessive profile and politically lively asexual group, united round a standard id as 'people who don't event sexual attraction'. This particular quantity collects a various variety of interdisciplinary empirical and theoretical paintings which addresses this emergence, elevating very important and well timed questions on asexuality and its broader implications for sexual tradition. probably the most urgent and contentious concerns inside of educational and public debates approximately asexuality is what dating, if any, it has to sexual disorder. in addition to gathering innovative scholarship within the rising box of asexuality reports, rendering it critical to any sexualities path around the variety of disciplines, this anthology additionally addresses this pressing debate, delivering quite a few views on how and why a few have pathologised asexuality. This contains a variety of chapters addressing the wider problems with sexual normativity during which those modern debates approximately asexuality are occurring.
This booklet used to be initially released as a different factor of Psychology and Sexuality.
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Asexuality and Sexual Normativity: An Anthology by Mark Carrigan,Kristina Gupta,Todd G. Morrison