BDSM/fetish bibliography, sorted by author: Q
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- [Q93] Q, John, 1993
The Q Letters: True Stories of Sadomasochism
- Publisher: Prometheus, Buffalo
- [Que] Queen, Carol, FEHLT
Leatherdaddy and the Femme
- Publisher: Cleis Press, MISSING
- Abstract: "Wonderful erotic fantasy of crossdressed femme seducing a leatherdaddy and then coming out in red heels the next morning, which he kisses. Hot description of their ensuing affair, spiced up with BDSM, crossdressing, gay high class dungeon parties, threesomes and transexuals, not to mention motorcycles and hard-muscled black dudes. Well written by one who knows and has been there, I think. If not, it's a great fantasy and mine, too." (Artesia)
- [Que96] Queen, Carol, 1996
Bisexual Perverts Among the Leather Lesbians: Some Thoughts on Border-Crossing
- in: Califia, Pat / Sweeney, Robin (ed.): The Second Coming: A Leatherdyke Reader, pp. 71-76
- Publisher: Alyson Publications, Los Angeles
- [Que96a] Queen, Carol, 1996
Women, S/M, and Therapy
- In: Women and Therapy, Vol. 19, No. 4, 1996, pp. 65-73
- Abstract: Abstract see → Bie00.
- [Qui69] Quignard, Paris, 1969
L'être du balbutiement
- Publisher: Mercure de France, Paris
- Language: French
- Notes: 191 pages
- [Qui02] Quignard, Pascal, 2002
Die Sprache der Ebene
- in: Spörk, Ingrid und Strohmaier, Alexandra (ed.): Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, pp. 251-264
- Publisher: Literaturverlag Droschl, Graz
- Language: German
- Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
- [QC82] Quinsey, Vernon L. / Chaplin, Terry C., 1982
Penile responses to nonsexual violence among rapists
- In: Criminal Justice and Behavior, Vol. 9, 1982, pp. 372-381
- [QCU84] Quinsey, Vernon L. / Chaplin, Terry C. / Upfold, Douglas, 1984
Sexual Arousal to Nonsexual Violence and Sadomasochistic Themes Among Rapists and Non-Sex-Offenders
- In: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 52, No. 4, 1984, pp. 651-657
- Abstract: "Twenty heterosexual rapists, 10 non-sex-offender patients from the same maximum security psychiatric institution, and 10 men with low socioeconomic status recruited from the local community were presented with audiotaped narrations while their penile tumescence was measured. The story categories were as follows: female victim/partner (neutral situation, consenting sex, rape, nonsexual violence, consenting bondage and spanking) and male victim/partner (neutral situation, consenting sex, rape, and nonsexual violence). There were no differences between the two non-sex-offender groups, and they were combined. Rapists showed more sexual arousal to rape depictions and less to consenting sex stories than the control subjects. As predicted, rapists were sexually aroused by stories involving nonsexual violence with female but not male victims. Surprisingly, there were no differences between rapists and control subjects in their responsiveness to the spanking and bondage stories. It was concluded that the amount of violence in the rape descriptions is critical in differentiating rapists from non-sex-offenders."
- [QCV81] Quinsey, Vernon L. / Chaplin, Terry C. / Varney, G., 1981
A comparison of rapists' and non-sex offenders' sexual preferences for mutually consenting sex, rape and sadistic acts
- In: Behavioral Assessment, Vol. 3, 1981, pp. 127-135
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