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  • Heteroflexible -- or Fauxmosexual?

    01/30/2005 7:57:30 PM PST · by scripter · 109 replies · 2,791+ views
    WebMD Health ^ | March 19, 2004 | Daniel DeNoon
    Parents and teens alike are exploring sexual identity issues. Are they heteroflexible -- or fauxmosexual? Girls barely in their teens are exploring their sexuality. And more and more often, that exploration includes same-sex behavior. The trend has, inevitably, spawned new words. Some say they're "heteroflexible." Others sneer that they're merely "fauxmosexual." Is it really new? More importantly -- to parents and to the teens themselves -- what does it mean? Lisa M. Diamond, PhD, assistant professor of psychology and gender studies at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, studies young women's sexual orientations, sexual attractions, and sexual behavior. "Women's...
  • Reasearcher Says Children's Tolerance Video Promotes Homosexuality

    01/05/2005 8:58:11 AM PST · by The Ghost of FReepers Past · 139 replies · 3,027+ views
    » Please support our sponsors «         Researcher Says Children's 'Tolerance' Video Promotes HomosexualityLatest Version Going Out to Public and Private Schools NationwideBy Jim Brown and Jody BrownJanuary 4, 2005(AgapePress) - A pro-family group is accusing homosexual activists of using popular children's TV characters to indoctrinate young children into their lifestyle. Specifically, the group is questioning the intention of a new children's video featuring those characters. SpongeBob SquarePants, Barney the Dinosaur, Arthur, Dora the Explorer, JoJo, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Big Bird, Bob the Builder -- those and many others are among the characters starring in...
  • Gay Psychologist Urges Associates To Use Psychology As A Liberationist Tactic

    12/22/2004 7:43:20 AM PST · by Laissez-faire capitalist · 79 replies · 1,341+ views
    NARTH ^ | November 12, 2004
    The fall, 2004 issue of the APA's Division 44 newsletter, includes an essay by Judith M. Glassgold, Psy.D. urging her colleagues to think of psychology as a liberationist tactic to fight against social oppression and for social justice. Writing in "In dreams begin responsibilities': Psychology, agency and activism," Glassgold suggests that therapists must make psychology " a liberation experience, to be among those who offer solutions to problems of social justice." She urges gay psychologists to adopt the philospohy of Liberation Psychology (Martin-Baro, 1994), which is rooted in ideologies from Latin and South American countries. Psychologists must reject seeing individual...