Men’s sexual flexibility

Eric Anderson, Stefan Robinson

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Abstract

A group of undergraduate British rugby players are out celebrating their latest victory at a club inhabited solely by college students. The men dance with each other, and in the center of the dance floor, two stop dancing, embrace each other, and kiss solidly on the lips for a second or two. The question we have for our readers is: what is their sexual orientation? Popular perceptions of sexuality normally maintain that there are just two types of sexual orientation: heterosexual and homosexual. This is changing, however, and scholars are arguing that a marked expansion of identity labels is occurring to accommodate the range and variability of behaviors, feelings, and identities that men report in contemporary culture (Kuper, Nussbaum and Mustanski 2012). Bisexuality, for example, is increasingly understood as a legitimate sexual orientation for men. Others define themselves as
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIntroducing the New Sexuality Studies
EditorsSteven Seidman, Nancy L Fischer, Chet Meeks
Place of PublicationLondon
Pages250-259
Edition3
ISBN (Electronic)9781315697215
Publication statusPublished - 11 Jul 2016

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Anderson, E., & Robinson, S. (2016). Men’s sexual flexibility. In S. Seidman, N. L. Fischer, & C. Meeks (Eds.), Introducing the New Sexuality Studies (3 ed., pp. 250-259). London.
Anderson, Eric ; Robinson, Stefan. / Men’s sexual flexibility. Introducing the New Sexuality Studies. editor / Steven Seidman ; Nancy L Fischer ; Chet Meeks. 3. ed. London, 2016. pp. 250-259
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Anderson E, Robinson S. Men’s sexual flexibility. In Seidman S, Fischer NL, Meeks C, editors, Introducing the New Sexuality Studies. 3 ed. London. 2016. p. 250-259