“BDSM: Psychotherapy’s Grey Area”

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In The Lancet Psychiatry, Tania Glyde discusses the difficulties that people who enjoy alternative sexual practices have being understood by mental health professionals.

“While so-called gay conversion therapy is in the process of being ethically and hopefully legally forbidden, there are no such protections for people who fall into the broad category that might be defined as “
‘kinky,’ writes Glyde.

Glyde, Tania. “BDSM: Psychotherapy’s Grey Area.” The Lancet Psychiatry. Accessed February 22, 2015. doi:10.1016/S2215-0366(15)00058-9. (Full text with free registration)

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