Coming of age online: what clinicians, educators, and parents need to know about Cyber Sexuality

Joanie Farley Gillispie Ph.D

Research and conversations with youth demonstrate that cyber sex is shaping identities, altering sexual behavior, and redefining sexual norms. To date, we have an inadequate understanding of how online sexual activities affect adolescent sexual development. This mini lecture will explain why, after three years of research and clinical experience, online sexuality has the potential to redefine sexual identity, sexual pleasure, and sexual relations.

 

 

Conflict of Interest: None disclosed
Financial Support/Funding: None disclosed
Sydney, Australia, April 2007

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Joanie Farley Gillispie Ph.D

Private Practice, San Francisco; California School of Professional Psychology / Alliant International University, San Francisco; Berkeley University of California, California, USA.

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