Category: Orientation Change

Here it is and it’s juicy. These are the best bits. 34. It is common ground that a public body cannot exercise a statutory power for an improper purpose: see De Smith’s Judicial Review at paras 5-082 to 5-119. It …

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Savin-Williams, R.C. and Ream, G.L. (2007)  “Prevalence and Stability of Sexual Orientation Components During Adolescence and Young Adulthood.”  Archives of Sexual Behavior  36, 385-394. is not currently publicly available free to view, so this post displays the key parts of …

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Kinnish et al “Sex differences in the flexibility of sexual orientation: a multidimensional retrospective assessment.” is not currently publicly available free to view, so this post displays the key parts of the research with the statistical model of sexuality change. …

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Hi folks, I want to provide an online directory of good research into sexual orientation change. I know of a few good studies but I’d be grateful if you knew about any more that you could let me know (in …

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Some interesting thoughts from Letters to Christopher. I think it is problematic to link any sort of change of a dramatic nature such as a change of sexual attractions to whether or not someone has “come into the knowledge of …

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Via the Sexual Identity Institute comes news of the latest issue of Edification (the Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, and no, I hadn’t heard of it either before reading the ISSI post) which explores how Christians operate in …

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