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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Tejirian, Edward J., 1935-
Male to male.
New York : Harrington Park Press, ©2000
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edward J Tejirian
|Description:||1 online resource (xix, 382 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||Contents * Foreword * Preface * Biological Essentialism, Social Constructionism, and the Individual * The Individual in Psychological Research * Acknowledgments * Part I: Ordinary People * Chapter 1: The Inner Boundary * Same-Sex Feeling in Heterosexual Men and Women * The Truth Is Out There * Comparisons with Women * The Institutional Culture * Same-Sex Feeling and "Gender Atypicality" * Chapter 2: Women at the Boundary * Sexual Attraction As an Emotional Response * Avenues of the Mind * Image and Emotion * Your Brain Is an Active Explorer * Emotion As Change in the Body's "Landscape" * Sexual Attraction As "Moving Toward" * The Invitation * Adolescence * Chapter 3: "Moving Toward" and Resistance * Seth * Will * Same-Sex Feeling and the Military * Chapter 4: Men on Men: Image, Emotion, and Meaning * The Image of the Male Body * Men's Fears * Adolescence and Identity * Culture--Internalization and "Disidentification" * Identity and the Divided Self * Moving Toward Friends * Bisexual Identity * The Class Subculture * The Emotional Fabric * New Movement * Spiritual Connections and the Sense of the Sacred * Chapter 5: "Heterosexuality" versus "Moving Toward" Women * Nick * Tony * Russ * Oneness * Chapter 6: Emotional Paths * Colin * Alex * The One-to-One Bond * Comparisons with Gay Men * Psychological Rock Bottom * Chapter 7: Identity Crises * Johnny * Carl * Michael * Part II: Clark * Chapter 8: "A Man Like Myself" * Sexual Identity * Prison Culture and the Heterosexual Role * The Fear of Domination * The Image of the Male Body * Movement Through Stages * Relating to a Man--As a Man * "I See Myself" * The Aesthetics of Fear and Power * Male Bonding and Sexual Love * An Emotional Milestone * Stepping Over the Cultural Barrier * Chapter 9: Movement into a New Territory * The Rape dynamics * Sex As Dominance and Performance * The Top of the Line * The Two Emotions in the Rape * The Rape * Rejection in Rape * Rejecting the Rapist Mentality * "I Have a Choice" * An Expression of Love * Change in Fantasy Life and Identity * Making Love with a Masculine Man * Comparisons with Women * Male to Male * Rape Dynamics--Dissolution * Twinning--Male Self, Male Other * Part III: Zack * Chapter 10: Cultural Confrontations and Identity * The Institutional Culture: Early Encounters * Early Movement * Early Adolescent Explorations * The Guide Dream * Dream and Myth * The Role of the "Carrier" * Rites of Passage * Joining the Police Force * Suicide and the False Self * The Turning Point * Self-Disclosure--Family * Self-Disclosure--Work * Chapter 11: The Color Green * Early Directions * The Color Green * The Dream of the Color Green * The Image of the Double * The Double in Conrad's The Secret Sharer (ital) * Love in the Flesh * Two Masculinities * The Dream of the Young Man in the Cellar * The God of Love * The Third Meaning of the Dream of the Young Man in the Cellar and the Dream of the Cave * Chapter 12: Boundary Crossings * Zack As the Double * "I Felt I Was Jewish" * Fighting with Destiny * Compassionate Relationships * Boundary Crossings * Conclusion: Identity and Beyond * Appendix: David and Jonathan * Notes * Bibliography * Index * Reference Notes Included|
|Series Title:||Haworth gay & lesbian studies.|
|Responsibility:||Edward J. Tejirian.|
"...doesn't just break new ground; it digs deeper than any previous study into the subterranean recesses of human male sexual desire." - Steven Zeeland"