Sex, celibacy and masculinities: is there a sexual imperative?

Gareth R. Terry

Celibacy (or the choice not to have sex), outside of the context of some religious orders or sexual abstinence among teenagers, is an under-researched area of sexual choice and practice. Celibacy is currently sexually counter-normative in the broader context of Western societies and potentially offers some interesting insights into the way heterosexual men understand sex and society, and the imperatives that operate within these spheres.  

 

 

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Sydney, Australia, April 2007

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Gareth R. Terry

Department of Psychology, The University of Auckland, New Zealand.

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