McLeister, Kerwin
February 2004
Xtra (Toronto);2/19/2004, Issue 504, p7
Discusses the notion of sexual anorexia. Background on the concept of sexual anorexia; Factor which may be involved in the development of sexual anorexia; Comments on the use of the word anorexia in a sexual context.


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