Dimensional sexuality: exploring new frameworks for bisexual desires

@article{Wilde2014DimensionalSE,
  title={Dimensional sexuality: exploring new frameworks for bisexual desires},
  author={J. Wilde},
  journal={Sexual and Relationship Therapy},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={320 - 338}
}
  • J. Wilde
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Sexual and Relationship Therapy
Drawing upon post-structuralist theories of how knowledge frameworks make possible the recognition of another, this article introduces dimensional sexuality as a new framework for the recognition and understanding of bisexual and other non-normative sexual desires. It discusses how the framework of heterosexuality and homosexuality erases bisexuality from view and argues that it is possible to reconfigure such binary frameworks in order to expand the domains of the knowable and to make bisexual… Expand
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