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Mostly Straight

Sexual Fluidity among Men

  • Preface
  • The Sexual Neverlands
  • Straight But Not Narrow
  • Dillon
  • Sexual and Romantic Spectrums
  • Romantic Orientation
  • Sexual and Romantic Fluidity
  • It Is Who I Am
  • Straight, But Not Totally Straight
  • Demetri
  • Ricky
  • Chris
  • Progressive Mostly Straight
  • It’s About the Sex
  • Five Young Men
  • Ryan
  • Kyle
  • It’s About the Romance
  • Two Romantic Young Men
  • Jay
  • It’s About the Sex and the Romance
  • Joel
  • Chandler
  • Do Mostly Straight Youth Exist?
  • Dillon Returns
  • Developmental Trajectories
  • If You Believe You Are Mostly Straight
  • Escaping The Sexual Neverlands
  • Appendix A: Methods
  • Appendix B: Mostly Straight Science
  • Notes
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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