Research

Research on Asexuality

If you would like to participate in a study currently being conducted by the University of British Columbia Sexual Health Laboratory you can complete their survey here . For questions or concerns about this research you can contact Dr. Lori Brotto at 604-875-4111 X 68898 or Lori.Brotto@vch.ca

Letter to the Editor: Reply to Hinderliter (2009) (link to abstract and purchase page) by Lori A Brotto, published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior volume 38, number 5.

Sexuality of Male-to-Female Transsexuals (link to abstract and purchase page) by Jaimie F Veale, Dave E Clarke and Terri C. Lomax, published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, volume 37, number 4.

New Orientations: Asexuality and Its Implications for Theory and Practice (Link for purchasing paper) by Karli June Cerankowski and Megan Milks, published in Feminist Studies, Volume 36, No. 3 Fall 2010

Patterns of Asexuality in the United States by Dudley L Poston, Jr. and Amanda K Baumle, published in Demographic Research Volume 23, September 2010

Physiological and Subjective Sexual Arousal in Self-Identified Asexual Women (link to abstract and purchase page) by Lori A Brotto and Morag A Yule, published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior

Asexuality: A Mixed-Methods Approach (link to abstract and purchase page) by Lori A Brotto, Gail Knudson, Jess Inskip, Katherine Rhodes and Yvonne Erskine, published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior Volume 39, number 3, 2010

Methodological Issues for Studying Asexuality (link to abstract and purchase page) by Andrew C. Hinderliter, published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior Vol 38, number 5, 2009

Asexuality: Classification and Characterization (Link) by Nicole Prause and Cynthia A Graham. Published by the Kinsey Institute March 8, 2007

Understanding Asexuality using a Mixed-Methods Approach (PDF) by Lori A Brotto, PhD, from the University of British Columbia, 2007

Asexuality: Prevalence and Associated Factors in a National Probability Sample (link) by Anthony F. Bogaert, published in the Journal of Sex Research August 2004

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