Psychosexuality: A Three-Dimensional Model

Volume
Volume 6
Issue
Spring 1978
Title
Psychosexuality: A Three-Dimensional Model
Abstract

An adequate understanding of psychosexuality requires a conceptual model from which conclusions can be drawn. Most contemporary sex research and counseling adopts secular and humanistic assumptions about relationships. While such research is factually valuable, it disregards the spiritual aspects of man and fails to allow a moral dimension by which to evaluate behavior. A three-dimensional model is, therefore, proposed to represent the continuum of homosexuality-heterosexuality, of orientation and activity, and of morality. The specific case of homosexual activity is examined in the light of this model.

Authors
Dr. J.H. Court and O.R. Johnston
Pages
90 - 97
Price
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