Variations in Sexual Behaviour

Recommended Reading

Blaney, P.H., & Milton, T. (Eds). (2009). Oxford textbook of psychopathology (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Browne, R.B. (1982). Objects of special devotion: Fetishes and fetishism in popular culture.

New York, NY: Bowling Green University Popular Press.

Hirschfeld, M., Lombardi-Nash, M.A., & Bullogh, V.L. (1991). Transvestites: The erotic drive to cross dress. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books.

Marshall, W.L., Marshall, L.E., Serran, G.A., & Fernandez, Y.M. (2006). Treating sexual offenders: An integrated approach. New York, NY: Routledge.

Morpheous. (2008). How to be kinky: A beginner’s guide to BDSM. San Francisco, CA: Green Candy Press.

Morpheous. (2012). How to be kinkier: More adventures in adult playtime. San Francisco, CA: Green Candy Press.

Morpheous. (2015). Bondage basics: Naughty knots and risqué restraints you need to know.

Beverly, MA: Quiver.

Ost, S. (2009). Child pornography and sexual grooming: Legal and societal responses. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Young, K.S. (2001). Cybersex: Uncovering the secret world of Internet sex. London, UK: Carleton Publishing Group.

Recommended Viewing

Broomfield, N. (Director). (1996). Fetishes [Documentary]. United States: Lafayette Films.

Gilbert, M. (Director). (2003). Whole [Documentary]. United States: Frozen Feet Films.

Jaeckin, J. (Director). (1975). The Story of O [Motion picture]. United States: A.D. Creation.

Kaufman, P. (Director). (2000). Quills [Motion picture]. United States: Fox Searchlight.

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