(ii) Further works on gender, sexuality, and women’s sexualities in particular

Aapola, Sinikka, Marnina Gonick, and Anita Harris. (2005). Sexuality and the Body: Old Binaries and New Possibilities. Chapter 6 in Young Femininity: Girlhood, Power and Social Change. Palgrave Macmillan (pp. 132-165).

Albury, Kath. (2002). Yes Means Yes: Getting Explicit About Heterosex. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Ali, M. M., and J. Cleland. (2005). Sexual and reproductive behaviour among single women aged 15-24 in eight Latin American countries: a comparative analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 60(6): 1175-1185.

Allison, R., & Risman, B. J. (2013). A double standard for “hooking up”: How far have we come toward gender equality? Social science research, 42(5), 1191-1206.

Amin, A., & Chandra-Mouli, V. (2014). Empowering adolescent girls: developing egalitarian gender norms and relations to end violence. Reprod Health, 11(1), 75.

Anakaraonye, A. R., Mann, E. S., Annang Ingram, L., & Henderson, A. K. (2019). Black US college women’s strategies of sexual self-protection. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 21(2), 160-174. doi:10.1080/13691058.2018.1459844

Assiter, Alison, and Carol Avedon. (1993). Bad Girls and Dirty Pictures: The Challenge to Reclaim Feminism. London: Pluto.

Attwood, F. (2007). Sluts and Riot Grrrls: Female Identity and Sexual Agency. Journal of Gender Studies, 16(3): 233 - 247.

Backus, F. R., and J. R. Mahalik. (2011). The masculinity of Mr. Right: Feminist identity and heterosexual women’s ideal romantic partners. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 35(2), 318-326.

Baker, M., & Elizabeth, V. (2013). 'Did you just ask me to marry you?': The gendered nature of heterosexual relationship progressions. Women's Studies Journal, 27(2), 32.Barker, Chris. (1998). ‘Cindy’s a Slut’: Moral Identities and Moral Responsibility in the ‘Soap Talk’ of British Asian Girls. Sociology, 32(1), February.

Barron, Christie, and Dany Lacombe. (2005). Moral Panic and the Nasty Girl. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, Feb., Vol. 42, Iss. 1.

Bartky, Sandra. (1988). Foucault, Femininity, and the Modernisation of Patriarchal Power. In Diamond, L, and Quinby, L. (eds). Feminism and Foucault: Reflections on Resistance. Boston.

Basson, Rosemary. (2002). Are Our Definitions of Women’s Desire, Arousal and Sexual Pain Disorders Too Broad and Our Definition of Orgasmic Disorder Too Narrow?. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, Volume 28, Number 4, July 01, pp. 289 - 300.

Baumeister, R.F. (2000). Gender differences in erotic plasticity: The female sex drive as socially flexible and responsive. Psychological Bulletin, 126: 347-374.

Baumeister, R.F. (2004). Gender and erotic plasticity: sociocultural influences on the sex drive. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 19(2): 133-139.

Baumeister, R.F., K.R. Catanese, and K.D. Vohs. (2001). Is there a gender difference in strength of sex drive? Theoretical views, conceptual distinctions, and a review of relevant evidence. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 5: 242-273.

Bay-Cheng, L. Y. (2012). Recovering empowerment: De-personalizing and re-politicizing adolescent female sexuality. Sex Roles, 66(11-12), 713-717.

Bay-Cheng, L. Y. (2015). Living in Metaphors, Trapped in a Matrix: The Ramifications of Neoliberal Ideology for Young Women’s Sexuality. Sex Roles, 73(7-8), 332-339.

Bay-Cheng, L. Y. (2015). The agency line: A neoliberal metric for appraising young women’s sexuality. Sex Roles, 73(7-8), 279-291.

Bay-Cheng, L. Y. and A. E. Lewis (2006). Our "Ideal Girl": Prescriptions of Female Adolescent Sexuality in a Feminist Mentorship Program. Affilia, 21(1): 71-83.

Bay-Cheng, L. Y., & Eliseo-Arras, R. K. (2008). The making of unwanted sex: Gendered and neoliberal norms in college women’s unwanted sexual experiences. Journal of Sex Research, 45(4), 386-397.

Bay-Cheng, L. Y., Bruns, A. E., & Maguin, E. (2018). Agents, virgins, sluts, and losers: The sexual typecasting of young heterosexual women. Sex Roles, 79(11-12), 699-714.Bay-Cheng, L. Y., Bruns, A. E., & Maguin, E. (2018). Agents, Virgins, Sluts, and Losers: The Sexual Typecasting of Young Heterosexual Women. Sex Roles, 79(11-12), 699-714.

Bay-Cheng, L. Y., Maguin, E., & Bruns, A. E. (2018). Who wears the pants: The implications of gender and power for youth heterosexual relationships. The Journal of Sex Research, 55(1), 7-20.Bell, Robert R. (1974). The Sex Survey of Australian Women. Melbourne: Sun.

Beres, M. (2017). What does faking orgasms have to do with sexual consent? Sexualities, 0(0), 1363460717708151. doi:10.1177/1363460717708151

Berg, Rigmor. (1990). Sexuality: Why Do Women Come Off Second Best?. In Grieve, N. and Burns, A. (eds). Australian Women: New Feminist Perspectives. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Bergman, Randy, Michael Hall, Elizabeth McGrady, and James Hurtubise. (2005). Is Sex Synonymous with Relationships? An Exploration into the Views of Males and Females. American Journal of Health Education, Jul/Aug., Vol. 36, Iss. 4.

Bettis, P., and N. G. Adams. (2006). Short skirts and breast juts: cheerleading, eroticism and schools. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 6(2): 121-133.

Bhana, D. and Anderson, B., (2013). Gender, relationship dynamics and South African girls’ vulnerability to sexual risk. African Journal of AIDS Research 12: 25-31.

Bhana, D. and Pattman, R. (2009). Researching South African youth, gender and sexuality within the context of HIV/AIDS. Development 52, no.1: 68–74.

Blackwell, B. (2004) How the jilt triumphed over the slut: the evolution of an epithet, 1660–1780. Women’s Writing, 11(2), pp. 141–161.

Blair, E. E. (2017). Partners for success? Undergraduate women’s post-feminist constructions of intimate relationships. Gender and Education, 29(6), 671-690. doi:10.1080/09540253.2016.1166184

Bland, Lucy. (1995). Banishing the Beast: Sexuality and the Early Feminists.

Blumberg, Eric S. (2003). The Lives and Voices of Highly Sexual Women. Journal of Sex Research, May, Vol. 40, Iss. 2.

Bogle, Kathleen A. (2008). Hooking Up: Sex, Dating, and Relationships on Campus. New York University Press.

Bradshaw, C., A. Kahn, et al. (2010). To Hook Up or Date: Which Gender Benefits? Sex Roles 62(9): 661-669.

Bramwell, Ros. (2002). Invisible Labia: The Representation of Female External Genitals in Women’s Magazines. Sexual & Relationship Therapy, Volume 17 Number 2, May 01.

Braun, V. & Gavey, N. (1999). Bad girls” and “good girls”? Sexuality and cervical cancer. Women’s Studies International Forum, 22, 203-213.

Braun, V. & Gavey, N. (1999). With the best of reasons”: Cervical cancer prevention policy and the suppression of sexual risk factor information. Social Science & Medicine, 48, 1463-1474.

Braun, V., and S. Wilkinson. (2005). Vagina equals woman? On genitals and gendered identity. Women’s Studies International Forum, 28(6): 509.

Braun, V., Gavey, N., & McPhillips, K. (2003). The “fair deal”? Unpacking accounts of reciprocity in heterosex. Sexualities, 6(2), 237-261.

Braun, Virginia, and Celia Kitzinger. (2001). The Perfectible Vagina: Size Matters. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 3 Number 3, July, pp. 263-277.

Braun, Virginia, and Nicola Gavey. ‘Bad Girls’ and ‘Good Girls’? Sexuality and Cervical Cancer. Women’s Studies International Forum, 22(2), pp. 203-213.

Braun, Virginia. (1999). Breaking a Taboo? Talking (and laughing) about the vagina. Feminism & Psychology, 9(3).

Braun, Virginia. (2001). “Snatch,” “Hole,” or “Honey-pot”? Semantic categories and the problem of nonspecificity in female genital slang. Journal of Sex Research, 38(2), May.

Braun, Virginia. (2005). In Search of (Better) Sexual Pleasure: Female Genital ‘Cosmetic’ Surgery. Sexualities, Volume 8, No. 4, October, pp. 407-424.

Brewster, Karin L. (1994). Race Differences in Sexual Activity Among Adolescent Women: The Role of Neighborhood Characteristics. American Sociological Review, 59, June.

Bridges, T., & Moore, M. R. (2018). Young Women of Color and Shifting Sexual Identities. Contexts, 17(1), 86-88.

Brown, J., Schmidt, J., & Robertson, N. (2018). “We’re Like the Sex CPR Dummies”: Young Women’s Understandings of (Hetero)Sexual Pleasure in University Accommodation. Feminism & Psychology, 28(2), 253-271.

Browning, J. R., D. Kessler, E. Hatfield, and P. Choo. (1999). Power, gender, and sexual behavior. Journal of Sex Research, 36(4): 342.

Brumberg, Joan Jacobs. (1997). The Body Project: An Intimate History of American Girls. New York: Random House.

Bryant, Joanne. (2006). Rights, responsibilities and citizenship in heterosexual women’s talk about sex: Promoting women’s sexual health and safety. Health Sociology Review, v. 15 no. 3, Aug.: 277-286.

Burge, A. (2018). The Rough Guide to Love: Romance, History and Sexualization in Gendered Relationship Advice. Journal of Gender Studies, 27(6), 649-660.

Burkett, M. (2010). Young Heterosexual Women’s Negotiations of Sexual Consent Within Casual Encounters and Intimate Relationships. Honours thesis, Edith Cowan University. http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses_hons/1237

Calogero, R. M., Tantleff-Dunn, S. E., & Thompson, J. (2011). Self-objectification in women: Causes, consequences, and counteractions. American Psychological Association.

Cameron, J. J., & Curry, E. (2020). Gender Roles and Date Context in Hypothetical Scripts for a Woman and a Man on a First Date in the Twenty-First Century. Sex Roles, 82(5), 345-362. doi:10.1007/s11199-019-01056-6

Canaan, Joyce. (1986). Why a ‘Slut’ is a ‘Slut’: Cautionary Tales of Middle-Class Teenage Girls’ Morality. In Herve Varenne, ed. Symbolizing America. Lincoln: U of Nebraska Press.

Carpenter, L. M. (2002). Gender and the Meaning and Experience of Virginity Loss in the Contemporary United States. Gender Society, 16(3): 345-365.

Carpenter, L., C. Nathanson and Y. Kim (2009). Physical Women, Emotional Men: Gender and Sexual Satisfaction in Midlife. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 38(1): 87-107.

Carpenter, Laura M. (1998). From girls into women: Scripts for sexuality and romance in Seventeen Magazine, 1974-1994. Journal of Sex Research, May, Vol. 35, Iss. 2.

Carr, C. L. (2005). Tomboyism or Lesbianism? Beyond Sex/Gender/Sexual Conflation. Sex Roles, 53(1 - 2): 119-131.

Cartledge, Sue, and Joanna Ryan. (eds). (1983). Sex and Love: New Thoughts on Old Contradictions. London: Women’s Press.

Chancy, M. J. (2008). Subversive sexualities: Revolutionizing gendered identities. Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies, 29(1), 51-74.

Christine, A. S., and S. Shannon. (2002). What do women want: The effects of gender and sexual orientation on the desirability of physical attributes in the personal ads of women. Sex Roles, 46(9/10): 337.

Chung, D. (2005). Violence, control, romance and gender equality: Young women and heterosexual relationships. Women’s Studies International Forum, 28(6): 445-455.

Clarke, J. (2009). Women’s work, worry and fear: the portrayal of sexuality and sexual health in US magazines for teenage and middle-aged women, 2000-2007. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 11(4): 415-429.

Communication Review, Volume 11 Issue 3 2008, Special Issue: Commemorating the Barnard Conference.
Introduction: Feminist Media Studies and the Sexuality Debates / Andrea Press.
Introduction to Barnard Special Issue / Arlene Stein.
Looking Backward: Barnard and its Legacies / Lynn Comella.
Updating the Sex “Wars”: Political Challenges to Liberationism / Carla Freccero.
Stray Thoughts on Transgender Feminism and the Barnard Conference on Women / Susan Stryker.
Slow Love / Lisa Henderson.
Pornographic Permutations / Angela McRobbie.
Sexual Politics from Barnard to Las Vegas / Barbara G. Brents.
Porn and Me(n): Sexual Morality, Objectification, and Religion at the Wheelock Anti-Pornography Conference / Chris Boulton.
The Necessary Revolution: Sex-Positive Feminism in the Post-Barnard Era / Carol Queen; Lynn Comella.

Confer, J. C. and M. D. Cloud (2011). Sex differences in response to imagining a partner’s heterosexual or homosexual affair. Personality and Individual Differences 50(2): 129-134.

Costa, C., C. Ã. o. Nogueira, et al. (2009). ‘My sexual self, I stifled it’: sexual subjectivities among young Portuguese women. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 11(4): 431-442.

Cott, Nancy F. (ed.). Sexuality and Sexual Behaviour. Series: History of Women in the United States: Historical articles on Women’s Lives and Activities.

Coward, Rosalind. (1984). Female Desire: Women’s Sexuality Today. London: Paladin.

Cowie, Celia, and Sue Lees. (1981). Slags or Drags. Feminist Review, 9, pp. 17-31. (Also in Feminist Review. (eds). (1987). Sexuality: A Reader. London: Virago Press).

Cowlishaw, Gillian K. (1979). Women’s Realm: A Study of Socialisation, Sexuality and Reproduction Among Australian Aborigines. PhD thesis. University of Sydney.

Crane, B. and Crane-Seeber, J. (2002). The Four Boxes of Gendered Sexuality: Good Girl/Bad Girl, Tough Guy/Sweet Guy. In Heasley, R. and Crane, B. (Eds.), Sexual Lives: A Reader on the Theories and Realities of Human Sexuality (New York: McGraw-Hill), ch. 17.

Crane, Betsy. (2013). The Four Boxes of Gendered Sexuality: A Lesson Plan for Teaching About the History and Effects of Gendered Sexuality. American Journal of Sexuality Education, (1554-6128), 8(4).

Crawford, J., S. Kippax, and C. Waldby. (1994). Women’s Sex Talk and Men’s Sex Talk: Different Worlds. Feminism Psychology, 4(4): 571-587.

Crawford, M., and D. Popp. (2003). Sexual double standards: A review and methodological critique of two decades of research. Journal of Sex Research, 40(1): 13.

Curtin, N., Ward, L. M., Merriwether, A., & Caruthers, A. (2011). Femininity ideology and sexual health in young women: A focus on sexual knowledge, embodiment, and agency. International Journal of Sexual Health, 23(1), 48-62.

Curtin, N., Ward, L. M., Merriwether, A., & Caruthers, A. (2011). Femininity ideology and sexual health in young women: A focus on sexual knowledge, embodiment, and agency. International Journal of Sexual Health, 23(1), 48-62.

Damsky, Lee. (ed). (2000). Sex & Single Girls: Straight and queer women on sexuality. Toronto: Seal Press.

Daniell, Rosemary. (2002). Sleeping With Soldiers: In Search of the Macho Man. Hill Street Press.

Daya, S. (2009). Embodying modernity: reading narratives of Indian women’s sexual autonomy and violation. Gender, Place & Culture, 16(1): 97-110.

Deveson, Anne. (1987). Australians at Risk. Sydney: Cassell (especially pp. 187-92; 220-7; 318-27).

Devor, Holly. (1996). Female Gender Dysphoria in Context: Social Problem or Personal Problem. Annual Review of Sex Research, Volume VII.

Dobson, A.S. (2011). Hetero-sexy representation by young women on MySpace: The politics of performing an ‘objectified’ self’. Outskirts: Feminisms along the edge, 25(November). Retrieved from: http: //www.outskirts.arts.uwa.edu.au/volumes/volume-25/amy-shields-dobson.

Drew, J. (2003). The myth of female sexual dysfunction and its medicalization. Sexualities, Evolution & Gender, 5(2): 89-96.

du Toit, B. M. (1987). Menarche and sexuality among a sample of black South African schoolgirls. Social Science & Medicine, 24(7): 561-571.

Dugdale, Anni. (1999). Devices and Desires: Contraceptive Technology and Women’s Sexuality. Zed Books.

Duncan, N. (2004). It’s important to be nice, but it’s nicer to be important: girls, popularity and sexual competition. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 4(2): 137-152.

Dutcher, H., & McClelland, S. I. (2019). Laboring to Make Sex “Safe”: Sexual Vigilance in Young U.S. College Women. Sex Roles, 81(7), 399-414. 10.1007/s11199-019-1004-2

Edell, D., Brown, L. M., & Tolman, D. (2013). Embodying sexualisation: When theory meets practice in intergenerational feminist activism. Feminist Theory, 14(3), 275-284.

Egan, R., and Gail Hawkes. (2008). Endangered girls and incendiary objects: Unpacking the discourse on sexualization. Sexuality and Culture, 12(4): 291-311.

Eisenman, R. and M. Dantzker (2006). Gender and Ethnic Differences in Sexual Attitudes at a Hispanic-Serving University. Journal of General Psychology, 133(2): 153-162.

Emmers-Sommer, T. (2014). Adversarial sexual attitudes toward women: The relationships with gender and traditionalism. Sexuality & Culture, 18(4), 804-817.

Ensler, Eve. (2001). The Vagina Monologues. New York: Villard.

Epstein, D., and D. L. Steinberg. (1995). Twelve Steps to heterosexuality? Common-Sensibilities on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Feminism Psychology, 5(2): 275-280.

Erchull, M. J., & Liss, M. (2013). Exploring the concept of perceived female sexual empowerment: Development and validation of the Sex is Power Scale. Gender issues, 30(1-4), 39-53.

Erchull, M. J., & Liss, M. (2014). The Object of One’s Desire: How Perceived Sexual Empowerment Through Objectification is Related to Sexual Outcomes. Sexuality & Culture, 18(4), 773-788.

Evans, Ann. (2000). Power and Negotiation. Young Women’s Choices about Sex and Contraception. Journal of Population Research, 17(2).

Evans, Harriet. (1996). Women and Sexuality in China. Polity Press.

Fagot, Beverly I. (1995). Psychosocial and Cognitive Determinants of Early Gender-Role Development. Annual Review of Sex Research, Volume VI.

Fahs, B. (2010). Radical refusals: On the anarchist politics of women choosing asexuality. Sexualities 13(4): 445-461.

Fahs, B. (2011). Performing sex: The making and unmaking of women’s erotic lives. SUNY Press.

Fahs, B. (2011). Sex during menstruation: Race, sexual identity, and women’s accounts of pleasure and disgust. Feminism & Psychology 21(2): 155-178.

Fahs, B., & Swank, E. (2016). The Other Third Shift?: Women’s Emotion Work in Their Sexual Relationships. Feminist Formations, 28(3), 46-69.

Fahs, B., Swank, E., & Clevenger, L. (2014). Troubling anal sex: Gender, power, and sexual compliance in heterosexual experiences of anal intercourse. Gender Issues, 32(1), 19-38. doi:10.1007/s12147-014-9129-7

Fahs, B., Swank, E., & Clevenger, L. (2015). Troubling anal sex: Gender, power, and sexual compliance in heterosexual experiences of anal intercourse. Gender Issues, 32(1), 19-38.

Farrow, Rachel, and Paul Arnold. (2003). Changes in Female Student Sexual Behaviour During the Transition to University. Journal of Youth Studies, 6(4), December, pp. 339-355.

Farvid, P., & Braun, V. (2006). ‘Most of us guys are raring to go anytime, anyplace, anywhere’: Male and female sexuality in Cosmopolitan and Cleo. Sex Roles, 55, 295-310.

Farvid, P., & Braun, V. (2016). Unpacking the "pleasures" and "pains" of heterosexual casual sex: Beyond singular understandings. The Journal of Sex Research, 54(1), 73-90. doi:10.1080/00224499.2016.1143442

Farvid, P., Braun, V., & Rowney, C. (2017). ‘No girl wants to be called a slut!’: women, heterosexual casual sex and the sexual double standard. Journal of Gender Studies, 26(5), 544-560. doi:10.1080/09589236.2016.1150818

Featherstone, L. (2005). Sexy mamas? Women, sexuality and reproduction in Australia in the 1940s. Australian Historical Studies, 36(126): 234-252.

Fillion, Kate. Lip Service: Challenging the Sexual Script of the Modern Woman. Toronto.

Fine, Michelle, and Pat Macpherson. Over Dinner: Feminism and Adolescent Female Bodies. In Radtke, H. Lorraine and Stam, Henderikus J. (eds). Power/Gender: Social Relations in Theory and Practice. London: Sage Publications, pp. 194-209.

Fine, Michelle. (1993). Sexuality, Schooling, and Adolescent Females: The missing discourse of desire. In Loise Weis and Michelle Fine, (eds). Beyond Silenced Voices: Class, Race, and Gender in United States schools. New York: State University of New York Press. (Also in Harvard Educational Review, 1988, 58(1)).

Fischer, A. R., Bettendorf, S. K., & Wang, Y. W. (2011). Contextualizing sexual objectification. The Counseling Psychologist, 39(1), 127-139.

Fischtein, D. S., E. S. Herold, and S. Desmarais. (2005). Canadian Attitudes Toward Female Topless Behaviour: A National Survey. The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 14(3/4): 63.

Forbes, Joan S. (1996). Disciplining Women in Contemporary Discourses of Sexuality. Journal of Gender Studies, 5(2), pp. 177-189.

Fox, Greer Litton (1977). ‘Nice Girl’: Social Control of Women Through a Value Construct. Signs, 2(4).

Frankel, A. and D. Curtis (2008). What’s in a Purse? Maybe a Woman’s Reputation. Sex Roles, 59(9): 615-622.

Frankel, A. and D. Curtis (2008). What’s in a Purse? Maybe a Woman’s Reputation. Sex Roles, 59(9): 615-622.

Fugère, M., C. Escoto, et al. (2008). Sexual Attitudes and Double Standards: A Literature Review Focusing on Participant Gender and Ethnic Background. Sexuality & Culture 12(3): 169-182.

Gamble, H. (2019). Acquiescing to the Script: A Panel Study of College Students’ Sexual Media Habits, Endorsement of Heteronormative Scripts, and Their Hesitance toward Resisting Unwanted Hookups. Sex Roles, 80(11), 707-723. 10.1007/s11199-018-0971-z

Garcia, J. R., Gesselman, A. N., Massey, S. G., Seibold-Simpson, S. M., & Merriwether, A. M. (2018). Intimacy through Casual Sex: Relational Context of Sexual Activity and Affectionate Behaviours. Journal of Relationships Research, 9, e12. 10.1017/jrr.2018.10

Garcia, J. R., Lloyd, E. A., Wallen, K., & Fisher, H. E. (2014). Variation in Orgasm Occurrence by Sexual Orientation in a Sample of U.S. Singles. The Journal of Sexual Medicine, 11(11), 2645-2652. 10.1111/jsm.12669

Garcia, L., C. Cavalie, et al. (2008). Enjoyment of sexual activities and attributions of enjoyment to the other gender. The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 17(4): 173.

Geer, J., and G. Robertson. (2005). Implicit Attitudes in Sexuality: Gender Differences. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 34(6): 671-677.

Geer, James H., and Gina M. Manguno-Mire. (1996). Gender Difference in Cognitive Processes in Sexuality. Annual Review of Sex Research, Volume VII.

Gerhard, Jane. (2000). Revisiting “The Myth of the Vaginal Orgasm”: The Female Orgasm in American Sexual Thought and Second Wave Feminism. Feminist Studies. 26(2), Summer.

Gervais, S. J., Vescio, T. K., Förster, J. Maass, A., & Suitner, C. (2012). Seeing women as objects: The sexual body part recognition bias. European Journal of Social Psychology, 42(6), 743- 753.

Gill, R. (2003) From sexual objectification to sexual subjectification: the resexualisation of women’s bodies in the media. Feminist Media Studies, 3(1), pp. 100–106.

Gilman, Sander (1996). The Hottentot and the prostitute: Toward an iconography of female sexuality. In Difference and pathology: Stereotypes of sexuality, race, and madness. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, pp. 76-108.

Gilmartin, S. K. (2006). Changes in College Women’s Attitudes Toward Sexual Intimacy. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 16: 429-454.

Gleeson, K. & Frith, H. (2004) Pretty in pink: young women presenting mature sexual identities, in: A. Harris (Ed.) All About the Girl: Culture, Power and Identity (New York and London: Routledge).

Glenn, Norval, and Elizabeth Marquardt. (2001). Hooking Up, Hanging Out, and Hoping for Mr. Right: College Women on Mating and Dating Today. Institute for American Values.

Goldscheider, Frances. (2005). The New Single Woman. Boston: Beacon.

Graham, C. A., Sanders, S. A., Milhausen, R., & McBride, K. (2004). Turning on and turning off: A focus group study of the factors that affect women’s sexual arousal. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 33, 537-548.

Green, Fiona J. (2005). From clitoridectomies to ‘designer vaginas’: The medical construction of heteronormative female bodies and sexuality through female genital cutting. Sexualities, Evolution & Gender, Volume 7 Number 2, August.

Green, G., R. Pool, S. Harrison, G. J. Hart, J. Wilkinson, S. Nyanzi, and J. A. G. Whitworth. (2001). Female control of sexuality: illusion or reality? Use of vaginal products in south west Uganda. Social Science & Medicine, 52(4): 585-598.

Griffin, C. (2000). Absences that Matter: Constructions of Sexuality in Studies of Young Women’s Friendships. Feminism Psychology, 10(2): 227-245.

Groneman, Carol. (1994). Nymphomania: The Historial Construction of Female Sexuality. Signs, Winter, 19(2). (Also in Terry, Jennifer and Urla, Jacqueline. (eds). (1995). Deviant Bodies: Critical Perspectives on Difference in Science and Popular Culture. Bloomington & Indianopolis: Indiana University Press).

Grose, R. G., Grabe, S., & Kohfeldt, D. (2014). Sexual education, gender ideology, and youth sexual empowerment. Journal of Sex Research, 51(7), 742-753.

Hall, Jacqueline Dowd. (1983). The Mind That Burns in Each Body: Women, Rape, and Racial Violence. In Snitow, Ann, Stansell, Christine and Thompson, Sharon. (eds). Desire: The Politics of Sexuality. New York: Monthly Review Press.

Hall, S. S., & Knox, D. (2019). Perceived relationship power in emerging adults’ romantic relationships. Journal of Family Studies, 25(4), 385-396.Hamilton, L. (2007). Trading On Heterosexuality: College Women’s Gender Strategies and Homophobia. Gender & Society, 21(2): 145-172.

Handley, A., V., L. Soloski, K., Sewell, S., Gowdy, A., Smock Jordan, S., & Elshershaby, S. (2019). The Interactions Between Power and Couple Satisfaction for Women. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 31(1), 1-18.Haney, C.-A. (2017). University Women’s Beliefs and Attitudes About Sexuality: A Feminist Ethnography. University of Calgary.

Haning, R. Vernon, Stephen L. O’Keefe; Elizabeth J. Randall; Martin J. Kommor; Elaine Baker; and Robert Wilson (2007) Intimacy, Orgasm Likelihood, and Conflict Predict Sexual Satisfaction in Heterosexual Male and Female Respondents. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, Volume 33 Issue 2.

Hardy, S. (2001). More Black Lace: Women, Eroticism and Subjecthood. Sexualities, 4(4): 435-453.

Harris, A., S. Aapola, and M. Gonick. (2000). Doing It Differently: Young women managing hetero-sexuality in Australia, Finland and Canada. Journal of Youth Studies, 2000, v.3, n.4, pp. 373-88.

Harris, Anita (ed.). (2004). All About the Girl: Culture, Power, and Identity. New York & London: Routledge.
Pretty in pink: young women presenting mature sexual identities.
Talking sexuality through an insider’s lens: the Samoan experience.
Shifting desires: discourses of accountability in abstinence-only education in the United States.
Where my girls at?: black girls and the construction of the sexual.
Gender and sexuality: continuities and change for girls in school.
Colluding in “compulsory heterosexuality”?: doing research with young women at school.

Harris, E. A., Hornsey, M. J., Larsen, H. F., & Barlow, F. K. (2019). Beliefs About Gender Predict Faking Orgasm in Heterosexual Women. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 48(8), 2419-2433. doi:10.1007/s10508-019-01510-2

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