Sexual Fluidity and Related Attitudes and Beliefs Among Young Adults with a Same-Gender Orientation

@article{KatzWise2015SexualFA,
  title={Sexual Fluidity and Related Attitudes and Beliefs Among Young Adults with a Same-Gender Orientation},
  author={Sabra L. Katz-Wise and Janet Shibley Hyde},
  journal={Archives of Sexual Behavior},
  year={2015},
  volume={44},
  pages={1459-1470}
}
Little research has examined whether experiencing sexual fluidity—changes over time in attractions and sexual orientation identity—is related to specific cognitions. This study explored attitudes and beliefs among sexually fluid and non-sexually fluid individuals and developed two new measures of sexuality beliefs based on Diamond’s sexual fluidity research and Dweck’s psychological theory of intelligence beliefs. Participants were 188 female and male young adults in the United States with a… Expand
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