|Other Retailer||Price Checked Time||Their Price in AUD||Our Price|
|Amazon UK||4 days ago||51.28||$37.85||You save $13.43|
|Amazon US||yesterday||48.81||$37.85||You save $10.96|
1: Introduction 2: The A, B, C, and Ds of Sex (and Asex) 3: History of Asexuality 4: The Prevalence of Asexuality 5: To Masturbate or Not to Masturbate 6: Sex and Gender 7: Forging an (A)sexual Identity 8: The Madness of Sex 9: Do You Have Hypoactive Skydiving Disorder? 10: A Monster in All Our Lives 11: Art and Food on Planet Sex 12: (A)sexuality and Humor 13: Just Because 14: The Beginning Bibliography
Anthony Bogaert is professor of community health sciences and psychology at Brock University. He has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles, along with book chapters, on such topics as asexuality, sexual desire, sexual orientation, birth order and sexual identity, and other related topics.
Essential reading for anyone who wants to explore how asexuality is transforming our understanding of sex. -- David Jay, founder of Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN) Despite an adaptationist flavor, Understanding Asexuality is a thoughtful, nuanced, and even paradigm-changing book. -- Maurine Neiman, Ph.D., assistant professor, Department of Biology, University of Iowa [This] work is extremely well received. * Epoch Times * Asexuality is a sexual orientation that is often overlooked; it has garnered little attention from the scientific community compared to other sexual orientations. Queer theorists especially would benefit from familiarizing themselves with asexuality because it challenges heteronormative norms and, like people of other minority sexual orientations, asexual people are faced with oppression and systematic erasure. It is of no small importance that Understanding Asexuality is the first academic book published on the topic. In this book, Anthony F. Bogaert, a professor of human sexuality, delivers an important theoretical introduction to asexuality for scholars and the general public, as well as asexuals themselves. There is an informal and conversational tone to the book that makes it accessible to all these audiences, while still being professional in its discussion of the extant, if sparse, research. . . .Understanding Asexuality is a solid theoretical introduction to asexuality that provides ample material on which to build future research. * QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking *