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==Linh hoạt tính dục==
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Linh hoạt tính dục là một hay nhiều thay đổi trong [[Tính dục ở loài người|tính dục]] hay [[Bản dạng giới|bản dạng tính dục]]. Một[[Xu sốhướng tính dục]] của phần lớn mọi người thường ổn định và không thay đổi, nhưng có người có thể trải qua thay đổi trong xu hướng tính dục.<ref name="Change">
*{{cite journal|last1=Bailey|first1=J. Michael|last2=Vasey|first2=Paul|last3=Diamond|first3=Lisa|last4=Breedlove|first4=S. Marc|last5=Vilain|first5=Eric|last6=Epprecht|first6=Marc|title=Sexual Orientation, Controversy, and Science|journal=Psychological Science in the Public Interest|date=2016|volume=17|issue=2|pages=45–101|doi=10.1177/1529100616637616|pmid=27113562|url=https://www.researchgate.net/publication/301639075|quote=Sexual fluidity is situation-dependent flexibility in a person’s sexual responsiveness, which makes it possible for some individuals to experience desires for either men or women under certain circumstances regardless of their overall sexual orientation....We expect that in all cultures the vast majority of individuals are sexually predisposed exclusively to the other sex (i.e., heterosexual) and that only a minority of individuals are sexually predisposed (whether exclusively or non-exclusively) to the same sex.|doi-access=free}}
*{{cite book|authors=Seth J. Schwartz, Koen Luyckx, Vivian L. Vignoles|title=Handbook of Identity Theory and Research|publisher= [[Springer Science & Business Media]]|isbn=978-1441979889|year=2011|page=652|accessdate=February 18, 2016|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=LkREWoAUrAUC&pg=PA652|quote=Modern scholarship examining the stability of sexual orientation also seems to support our conceptualizations of sexual orientation, sexual orientation identity, and sexual identity (e.g., Diamond, 2003a; Horowitz & Necomb, 2001; Rosario, Schrimshaw, Hunter, & Braun, 2006, see Savin-Williams, Chapter 28, this volume). Specifically, some dimensions of sexual identity, such as relationships, emotions, behaviors, values, group affiliation, and norms, appear to be relatively fluid; by contrast, sexual orientation [i.e., an individual's patterns of sexual, romantic, and affectional arousal and desire for other persons based on those persons' gender and sex characteristics (APA Task Force on Appropriate Therapeutic Responses to Sexual orientation, 2009)] has been suggested to be stable for a majority of people across the lifespan (Bell, Weinberg, & Hammersmith, 1981; Ellis & Ames, 1987; Haldeman, 1991; Money, 1987).}}
*{{cite book|authors=Dennis Coon, John O. Mitterer|title=Introduction to Psychology: Gateways to Mind and Behavior with Concept Maps and Reviews|publisher=[[Cengage Learning]]|isbn=978-1111833633|year=2012|page=372|accessdate=February 18, 2016|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=EYwjCQAAQBAJ&pg=PA372|quote=Sexual orientation is a deep part of personal identity and is usually quite stable. Starting with their earliest erotic feelings, most people remember being attracted to either the opposite sex or the same sex. [...] The fact that sexual orientation is usually quite stable doesn't rule out the possibility that for some people sexual behavior may change during the course of a lifetime.}}
*{{cite journal | author = American Psychological Association | year = 2012 | title = Guidelines for Psychological Practice With Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients | journal = [[American Psychologist]] | volume = 67 | issue = 1 | pages = 10–42 | doi= 10.1037/a0024659 | pmid = 21875169 | quote = [S]ome research indicates that sexual orientation is fluid for some people; this may be especially true for women (e.g., Diamond, 2007; Golden, 1987; Peplau & Garnets, 2000). [...] Therapeutic efforts to change sexual orientation have increased and become more visible in recent years (Beckstead & Morrow, 2004). Therapeutic interventions intended to change, modify, or manage unwanted nonheterosexual orientations are referred to as “sexual orientation change efforts” (SOCE; APA, 2009b). [...] Reviews of the literature, spanning several decades, have consistently found that efforts to change sexual orientation were ineffective (APA, 2009b; Drescher, 2001; Haldeman, 1994; T. F. Murphy, 1992).|accessdate=June 23, 2019|url=https://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/features/amp-a0024659.pdf}}
*{{cite book|authors=Eric Anderson, Mark McCormack|title=The Changing Dynamics of Bisexual Men's Lives|chapter=Measuring and Surveying Bisexuality|publisher= [[Springer Science & Business Media]]|isbn=978-3-319-29412-4|year=2016|page=47|accessdate=June 22, 2019|chapter-url=https://books.google.com/books?id=7_AgDAAAQBAJ&pg=PA47|quote=[R]esearch suggests that women's sexual orientation is slightly more likely to change than men's (Baumeister 2000; Kinnish et al. 2005). The notion that sexual orientation can change over time is known as ''sexual fluidity''. Even if sexual fluidity exists for some women, it does not mean that the majority of women will change sexual orientations as they age – rather, sexuality is stable over time for the majority of people.}}</ref> TácKhông giả củabằng mộtchứng côngkhoa trìnhhọc nghiênnào cứucho lớnthấy vềxu đồnghướng tínhtình nămdục 2014, Alanthể Sanders,được tuyênthay bốđổi rằngthông ''"nhữngqua đặc[[Tâm điểm phứctrị liệu|liệu pháp tâm lý]].<ref name="APA2012">{{Chú thích tạp củachí|last=American khuynhPsychological hướngAssociation|year=2012|title=Guidelines tìnhfor dụcPsychological Practice With Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients|url=https://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/features/amp-a0024659.pdf|journal=[[American Psychologist]]|volume=67|issue=1|pages=10–42|doi=10.1037/a0024659|pmid=21875169|accessdate =ngày 23 tháng 6 năm 2019|quote=Therapeutic efforts to change sexual orientation have increased and become more visible in recent years (baoBeckstead gồm& đồngMorrow, tính2004). phụTherapeutic thuộcinterventions vàointended nhiềuto yếuchange, tốmodify, từor cảmanage diunwanted truyềnnonheterosexual lẫnorientations ảnhare hưởngreferred từto [[môias trường“sexual sống]orientation change efforts” (SOCE; APA, 2009b). [...] Reviews of the literature, spanning several decades, have consistently found that efforts to change sexual orientation were ineffective (APA, 2009b; Drescher, 2001; Haldeman, 1994; T."'' F. Murphy, 1992).}}</ref><ref name="CoghlanRCP">{{CiteChú journalthích web|url = httphttps://www.newscientistrcpsych.comac.uk/articlepdf/dn26572-largest-study-of-gay-brothers-homes-in-on-gay-genesPS02_2014.htmlpdf|titletựa đề=Royal Largest studyCollege of gayPsychiatrists' brothersPosition homes inStatement on 'gaySexual genes'Orientation|lasttác giả= Coghlan|first họ= Andy|date tên= |ngày=|website=|nhà 17xuất thángbản=[[Royal 11College nămof 2014Psychiatrists]]|journalurl lưu trữ=|ngày Psychological Medicine,|doilưu trữ= 10.1017/S0033291714002451|pmidurl hỏng= |accessdatengày truy cập= ngày 2721 tháng 126 năm 2014}}</ref>2019|trích Tínhdẫn="Trường linh độngcùng củatin thiêntưởng hướngvào tìnhcác dụctrị phụliệu thuộcđược vàominh từngchứng. Không nhân. Sựmột biếnbằng đổichứng diễnkhoa rahọc nhưthuyết thếphục nào phụcho thuộcthấy vàoxu yếuhướng tốtính dục nhân thể [[Yếubị tốthay môiđổi. trườngCác trongđánh thiêngiá hướnghệ tìnhthống dục|yếuthực tốhiện môibởi trường]]cả APA và Serovich et al. cho thấy các nghiên cứu về (sự tácthành độngcông của văntrị hóaliệu chuyển hội,đổi tônđều giáo,mắc gialỗi đình,lớn về mặt bạnphương bè...)pháp."}}</ref>
 
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