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BDSM/fetish bibliography, sorted chronologically: 1981


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[ABB81] Abel, Gene G. / Blanchard, Edward B. / Barlow, David H., 1981
Measurement of sexual arousal in several paraphilias: The effects of stimulus modality, instructional set and stimulus content on the objective
In: Behaviour Research and Therapy, Vol. 19, No. 1, 1981, pp. 25-33
Abstract:  "Determined the effects of instructional set (become aroused or suppress arousal), stimulus modality (videotape, audiotape, slides, free fantasy), and deviant or nondeviant (i.e., paraphilic or nonparaphilic) stimulus content on sexual arousal (measured by penile plethysmograph) of 6 different groups of paraphilics - pedophiles, rapists, exhibitionists, homosexuals, sado-masochists, and fetishists. Results from 48 males (ages 16-52 yrs) show significant main effects of instructional set and stimulus modality (videotape was more arousing), as well as several complex interactions of diagnostic group with the other independent variables." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Ale81] Alexander, M., 1981
Passion Play
in: SAMOIS (ed.): Coming to Power; Writings and Graphics on Lesbian S/M, pp. 228-242
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Boston
[Bar81] Barker, V., 1981
Dangerous shoes, or what's a nice dyke like me doing in a get-up like this?
in: SAMOIS (ed.): Coming to Power; Writings and Graphics on Lesbian S/M, pp. 101-104
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Boston
[BWH81] Bell, Alan / Weinberg, M. / Hammersmith, S., 1981
Sexual Preference: Its Development in Men and Women
Publisher: Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana
[Bel81] Bellwether, J., 1981
Love means never having to say oops: A lesbian's guide to s/m safety
in: SAMOIS (ed.): Coming to Power; Writings and Graphics on Lesbian S/M, pp. 69-79
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Boston
[BC81] Berlin, Fred S. / Coyle, Genevieve S., 1981
Sexual Deviation Syndromes
In: The Johns Hopkins Medical Journal, Vol. 149, 1981, pp. 119-125
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[BL81] Blair, C.D. / Lanyon, R.I., 1981
Exhibitionism: Etiology and Treatment
In: Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 89, 1981, pp. 439-463
[Blu81] Blum, Harold P., 1981
Masochismus, Ichideal und Psychologie der Frau
in: Grunert, Johannes (ed.): Leiden am Selbst: zum Phänomen des Masochismus, pp. 112-146
Publisher: Kindler, München
Language: German
[Bon81] Bond, A.H., 1981
The Masochist is the Leader
In: Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 9, No. 3, 1981, pp. 375-389
Abstract:  Abstract see → Bie00.
[Bou81] Bourgeois, Michel, 1981
L'oeuvre erotique de Georges Pichard
Publisher: Glénat, Grenoble
Language: French
[Bre81a] Brenner, Charles, 1981
Masochism: Current Concepts
In: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 29, 1981, pp. 673-688
[BB81] Buhrich, Neil / Beaumont, Trina, 1981
Comparison of transvestism in Australia and America
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 10, No. 3, 1981, pp. 269-279
Abstract:  "Obtained questionnaire data on gender identity, sexual orientation, cross-dressing behavior, fetishism, and bondage from 136 American (mean age 49 yrs) and 86 Australian (mean age 38 yrs) self-designated transvestites who reported a period of fetishism to women's clothes at some stage of development. Characteristics of transvestism were similar: All were male; almost half first cross-dressed in prepuberty and were well-established by late adolescence; intense fetishism was usually experienced during adolescence but waned in later years; in almost a quarter of Ss fetishism ceased, although the desire to cross-dress continued; in many, transvestism was associated with fantasies of bondage, usually of Ss bound while cross-dressed; and sexual orientation was predominantly or exclusively heterosexual in most Ss. Ss were categorized into 2 groups. Group 1, termed nuclear transvestites, were satisfied with cross-dressing. Group 2, termed marginal transvestites, desired feminization by hormone ingestion or by surgical intervention. Marginal compared to nuclear transvestites reported stronger feminine gender identity and a stronger interest in the homosexual direction. Differences appeared to be present from childhood." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cai81] Caien, Jacques, 1981
Obsessions, rites et fétiches
(Obsessions, rites and fetishes)
In: Confrontations Psychiatriques, Vol. 20, 1981, pp. 145-161
Language: French
Abstract:  "Discusses the similarities between obsessional behavior and perverse fetishism. In both cases, the rites of the patient are repetitions that serve 2 purposes: They fulfill feelings of narcissistic megalomania that sustain the rhythmic activity, and they eroticize the temporal segments that represent its support. Immobilized as a fetish object, the obsessive patient's time follows a circular movement." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cal81] Califia, Pat, 1981
Sapphistrie. Das Buch der lesbischen Sexualität.
Publisher: sub rosa Frauenverlag
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → Cal80 by Alexandra Bartoszko.
[Cal81b] Califia, Pat, 1981
Feminism and Sadomasochism
In: Heresies, Vol. 12, 1981, pp. 30-34
[Cal81c] Califia, Pat, 1981
From Jessie
in: SAMOIS (ed.): Coming to Power; Writings and Graphics on Lesbian S/M, 1st edition, pp. 154-180
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Boston
[Cha81] Chasseguet-Smirgel, Janine, 1981
Loss of reality in perversions - with special reference to fetishism
In: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 29, No. 3, 1981, pp. 511-534
Abstract:  "Examines some aspects of the 'perverse solution' that implies that, compared to the neurotic, the pervert attempts to 'negotiate' his/her conflicts in a specific manner; this gives way to a certain way of approaching reality. The fundamental role played by idealization in the transmutation of reality with which it is implicitly associated is underscored." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Coe81] Coen, Stanley J., 1981
Sexualization as a predominant mode of defense
In: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 29, 1981, pp. 893-920
[CF81] Cooper, A.M. / Fischer, N., 1981
Masochism - Current Concepts
In: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 29, No. 3, 1981, pp. 673-688
[Cre81] Crepax, Guido, 1981
Valentina in Stiefeln
Publisher: Bahia-Verlag, München
Language: DE
Notes:  German translation of "Valentina con gli stivali".
[CS+81] Croughan, J.L. / Saghir, M. / Cohen, R. / Robins, E., 1981
A comparison of treated and untreated male cross-dressers
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 10, No. 6, 1981, pp. 515-528
Abstract:  "In an interview study of 70 male members of cross-dressing clubs, multiple comparisons between treated and untreated subjects showed that the two groups are more similar than dissimilar. The only areas of comparison in which the treated group significantly differed from the untreated group were in fantasizing themselves as females while masturbating, having ever engaged in heterosexual intercourse while cross-dressed, currently preferring both heterosexual intercourse and homosexual behavior while cross-dressed, and having experienced more adverse consequences from cross-dressing. Further, where comparisons are possible, results are similar to those found in prior studies. All of the subjects were male and the average age of onset is prior to 10 years, with virtually all subjects first cross-dressing if not in childhood then by middle adolescence. There is a trend toward a more asexual nature to the cross-dressing during late adult life. Cross-dressing is infrequently associated with sadomasochism and not at all with exhibitionism. Rates of unipolar depression and alcoholism were increased in this sample. The results do not support a significant positive association between cross-dressing and obsessive-compulsive neurosis. The present study confirms previous findings that cross-dressing lacks a familial component either with respect to cross-dressing itself or in association with another disorder."
[Dal81] Dalibard, Yves, 1981
D'une autre difficulte de la psychanalyse: note sur le fétichisme
(Another difficulty for psychoanalysis: A note on fetishes)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 45, No. 6, 1981, pp. 1369-1374
Language: French
Abstract:  "Following a review of Freud's theory of the development of fetishes, a review of more recent psychoanalytic thinkers is undertaken to expand on the conceptualization of the development of fetishes. An example of a fetish for garters is utilized to demonstrate the different processes possible in the development of fetishes." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Dwo81] Dworkin, Andrea, 1981
Pornography: Men Possessing Women
Publisher: Perigee, New York
[GL81] Gabbard, G.O. / Larson, J., 1981
Masochism - Myth or Human Need
In: American Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 138, No. 4, 1981, pp. 533
[Gil81] Gilberg, Arnold L., 1981
Treatment of young adults with sexual maladaptation
In: American Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 41, No. 1, 1981, pp. 45-50
Abstract:  "Presents 3 clinical vignettes of patients who were treated for sexual disorders to illustrate the analytic approach to young adults. The cases include a 19-yr-old male homosexual, a 42-yr-old father and his 14-yr-old son who shared a fetish for shoes, and an 18-yr-old lesbian." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Gru81] Grunert, Johannes (ed.), 1981
Leiden am Selbst: zum Phänomen des Masochismus
Publisher: Kindler, München
Language: German
[HBG81] Hazelwood, Robert R. / Burgess, Ann Wolbert / Groth, A. Nicholas, 1981
Death during dangerous autoerotic practice
In: Social Science and Medicine, Vol. 15, 1981, pp. 129-133
[Hil81] Hilberman, E., 1981
Masochism - Myth or Human Need - Reply
In: American Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 138, No. 4, 1981, pp. 533-534
[Hin81] Hinz, Stefan, 1981
Die Hölle ist das Paradies
in: ? (ed.): Sexualität Konkret, pp. ?-?
Publisher: MISSING,
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Kha81] Khan, M. Masud R., 1981
From Masochism to Psychic Pain
In: Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Vol. 17, No. 3, 1981, pp. 413-422
[Leo81] Leo, John, 1981, 4.5.
Stomping and Whomping Galore: Sadomasochism comes out of the closet - whips, chains and all
In: Time, 1981, 4.5., pp. 46-47
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Per81a] Leopold von Sacher-Masoch. Sein Leben und seine Zeit., 1981
Perutz, Kathrin
Publisher: List, München
Language: German
Notes:  416 pages, German translation of → Per78 by Trude Fein.
[Mar81] Marcus, Maria, 1981
A Taste for Pain: On Masochism and Female Society
Publisher: St. Martin's Press, New York
[Men81] Menaker, Esther, 1981
Self-Psychology Illustrated on the Issue of Moral Masochism - Clinical Implications
In: Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Vol. 22, No. 2, 1981, pp. 205-220
[Mit81] Mitchell, G., 1981
Human Sex Differences
Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York
[Mon81] Money, John, 1981
Paraphilias: Phyletic origins of erotosexual dysfunction
In: International Journal of Mental Health, Vol. 10, 1981, pp. 75-109
[Mor81] Morin, Jack, 1981
Anal Pleasure and Health: A Guide for Men and Women
Publisher: Down There Press, Burlingame
[Pac81] Paczensky, Susanne von, 1981
Verschwiegene Liebe: Zur Situation lesbischer Frauen in der Gesellschaft
Publisher: Bertelsmann, München
Language: German
[Pau81] Paul, Robert, 1981
De L'Algolagnie
In: Cahiers de Sexologie Clinique, Vol. 7, No. 41, 1981, pp. 271-283
Language: French
[Per81] Peraldi, François (ed.), 1981
Polysexuality Series: Semiotext(e), Vol. 10
Publisher: MISSING, MISSING
Language:
Abstract:  "Edited by a French psychoanalyst and containing works mostly by Frenchmen, this collection of stories and essays benefits from the fact that the French often seem to be 100 years ahead of everybody else when it comes to exploring sexual territory." (Russ Kick: "Psychotropedia: A Guide to Publications on the Periphery", 1998.)
[QCV81] Quinsey, Vernon L. / Chaplin, Terry C. / Varney, G., 1981
A comparison of rapists' and non-sex offenders' sexual preferences for mutually consenting sex, rape and sadistic acts
In: Behavioral Assessment, Vol. 3, 1981, pp. 127-135
[Res81] Restif de la Bretonne, Nicolas Edmé, 1981
Der hübsche Fuß
Publisher: Birkhäuser, Basel
Language: German
[Sad] Sadanas (various authors), 1981-1993
Sadanas
Zeitschrift
Notes:  Archived issues: 19, 26, 32-34, 38, 41, 42, 50, 53, 56, 57, 59, 61, 83, 91 and the special issue "Best of Sadanas 1-12".
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[SAM81] SAMOIS (ed.), 1981
Coming to Power; Writings and Graphics on Lesbian S/M
1st edition
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Boston
[Sch81a] Schiller, Greg, 1981
Homosexual Sadomasochism: a Psychodynamic Ethnography
In: Anthropological Research Group on Homosexuality, Vol. 3, No. 3, 1981, pp. ?-?
[Sch81] Schmerl, Christiane, 1981
Frauenfeindliche Werbung - Sexismus als heimlicher Lehrplan
Publisher: Elefanten Press
Language: German
[Sil81] Silverman, D.K., 1981
Depression and Masochism - An Account of Mechanisms, by N. Leites
In: Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 67, No. 4, 1981, pp. 574-576
[Sta81] Stark, G.D., 1981
Pornography, Society, and the Law in Imperial Germany
In: Central European History, Vol. 14, 1981, pp. 200-229
[Ste81] Steward, Samuel M., 1981
Chapters from an Autobiography
Publisher: Grey Fox Press, San Francisco
[Val81] Valles, Gérard, 1981
Le Sadomasochisme
In: Cahiers de Sexologie Clinique, Vol. 7, No. 42, 1981, pp. 341-350
Language: French
[Vis81] Visser, D., 1981 (Doctoral thesis)
Sado-masochisme: een teveel betekenend woord
School: Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht, Utrecht
Language: Dutch
[Wee81] Weeks, Jeffrey, 1981
Sex, Politics, and Society: The Regulation of Sexuality Since 1800
Publisher: Longman, London
[WL81] Wilson, Glenn D. / Lang, Rudie J., 1981
Sex differences in sexual fantasy patterns
In: Personality and Individual Differences, Vol. 2, No. 4, 1981, pp. 343-346
Abstract:  "A detailed sexual fantasy questionnaire was completed by 90 Londoners stratified by sex and social class. Information was also collected concerning sexual behavior, libido, and satisfaction. Factor analysis reveals 4 main types of fantasy: (1) Exploratory (e.g., group sex, promiscuity, homosexuality); (2) Intimate (e.g., kissing, oral sex, outdoor love); (3) Impersonal (e.g., watching others, fetishism, using objects for stimulation); and (4) Sadomasochistic (e.g., whipping or spanking, being forced). The 4 types of fantasy were positively correlated and all were more commonly reported by men, although women were almost as high on the Intimate factor. Women were also more likely to be passive or receptive in their fantasies, and men active. All fantasies were associated with high libido as indicated by self-rated sex drive and orgasm frequency, especially for women. In general, reports of many fantasies went with satisfaction in women but with dissatisfaction in men. This finding is explained in terms of the higher average level of libido in men than women, with the consequent difficulty experienced by men in acting out their desires." (APA/PsycINFO)
[ZBC81] Zillmann, Dolf / Bryant, Jennings / Carveth, Rodney A., 1981
The Effect of Erotica Featuring Sadomasochism and Bestiality on Motivated Intermale Aggression
In: Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol. 7, No. 1, 1981, pp. 153-159
Abstract:  "Male subjects were provoked by a same-sex peer, exposed to (1) comparatively nonarousing, pleasant erotica (girlie fare); (2) arousing, displeasing, and nonaggressive erotica (bestiality); (3) arousing, displeasing, and aggressive erotica (sadomasochism); (4) not exposed to erotica, and then provided with an opportunity to retaliate against their annoyer. Exposure to arousing, displeasing erotica, regardless of the degree of apparent aggressiveness involved, was found to increase retaliatory aggression relative to non exposure. Presence or absence of aggressive cues in these equally arousing and equally displeasing erotica was of no consequence. Exposure to nonarousing, pleasant erotica, compared to no exposure, had a negligible effect. The aggression facilitating effect of exposure to displeasing, disturbing erotica was explained as the result of annoyance summation."

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