Something Resembling Autogynephilia in Women: Comment on Moser (2009)

@article{Lawrence2009SomethingRA,
  title={Something Resembling Autogynephilia in Women: Comment on Moser (2009)},
  author={Anne A. Lawrence},
  journal={Journal of Homosexuality},
  year={2009},
  volume={57},
  pages={1 - 4}
}
  • A. Lawrence
  • Published 31 December 2009
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Homosexuality
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  • History
    Journal of homosexuality
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  • Psychology
    Journal of homosexuality
  • 2009
An Autogynephilia Scale for Women (ASW) was created from items used to categorize MTFs as autogynephilic in other studies to test the possibility that natal women also experience aut misogynephilia.

Early History of the Concept of Autogynephilia

The writer’s research on the taxonomy of gender identity disorders in biological males suggested that heterosexual, asexual, and bisexual transsexuals are more similar to each other—and to transvestites—than any of them is to the homosexual type, and that the common feature in transvestite and the three types of non-homosexual transsexuals is a history of erotic arousal.

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Information about sexuality before and after sex reassignment surgery (SRS), as reported by 232 MtF patients of one surgeon, shows more frequent autogynephilic arousal after SRS was correlated with more frequent masturbation, a larger number of sexual partners, and more frequent partnered sexual activity.