In Homosexuality and the Politics of Truth, psychiatrist Jeffrey Satinover examines recent research reported in medical journals and the popular press. He finds many of these studies flawed and cites evidence that homosexuality is indeed changeable. He explains how psychology, biology, choice and habit all interweave to produce deeply imbedded patterns of sexual behavior.
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Review 1 for Homosexuality and the Politics of Truth
A Sane Voice in a Crazy and Distorted Issue
Date:November 25, 2010
This book is a great resource for anyone who wants some reliable information on an issue befuddled with biased and blatant misinformation. It is compassionate, helpful and non-vindictive, as it strips away the lies surrounding the medical, psychiatric and political aspects of this complex, but treatable, condition.
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Review 2 for Homosexuality and the Politics of Truth
Date:November 14, 2007
David W Strobel, MD
I regard this as a seminal work in unveiling the truth about the LACK of scientific data for the popular idea that homosexuality is somehow innate, genetic or unchangeable. There are newer works available also that are also quite good, but this is a terrific summary by a well respected psychiatrist who has been on the inside of the American Psychiatric Association for a long time.