By Blodgett K.B.
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We know that much of what is considered natural sexual behavior is, in fact, learned, and that somewhere along the way homosexuals diverge from the more common path and develop a different pattern of sexual response. To many this is proof of a pathology, and men like Dr. Irving Bieber and Dr. Charles Socraides, both well-known exponents of "curing" homosexuals, have made their name by so branding homosexuals. " Of course his study is based exclusively on men sufficiently disturbed to be undergoing treatment.
I have never been to a lesbian bar, nor would I be particularly welcome in one, and the great bulk of writing about homosexuals has been male-oriented. Lionel Tiger in Men in Groups has gone so far, in fact, as to claim that "there may be analytic and practical profit in seeing male homosexuality as a specific feature of the more general phenomenon of male bonding," implying that female homosexuality has other sources. While this line of thought suggests a greater separation between the experiences of male and female homosexuals than I can accept-this problem will be explored in a later chapter-it is nonetheless true that there are major differences between the male and female gayworlds, and the latter has been largely neglected in both literature and social science.
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