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 Vol 6 No 3
November 2005
Lesbian &GayPsychology Review
Special Issue:Contemporary perspectives onsadomasochism (S/M)
Lesbian & Gay Psychology Section
ISSN: 1467-2472
 
Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review
Editor:Elizabeth Peel
, Psychology, School of Life and Health Sciences, Aston University, Aston Triangle,Birmingham B4 7ET, UK. E-mail:e.a.peel@aston.ac.uk.
Associate Editor (BookReviews):Sonja Ellis
, Applied Social Studies Division, Faculty of Development and Society,Sheffield Hallam University, Collegiate Crescent Campus, Sheffield S10 2BP, UK. E-mail:s.j.ellis@shu.ac.uk.
Associate Editor (Focus onActivism):Meg Barker
, Dept. of Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences,London South Bank University, 103 BoroughRoad, London SE1 0AA, UK. E-mail:barkermj@lsbu.ac.uk.
Associate Editor (Research in Brief):Darren Langdridge
, PsychologyDiscipline, Faculty of Social Sciences,The Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes MK7 6AA, UK. E-mail:d.langdridge@open.ac.uk.
Editorial Board:Catherine Butler
, Camden &Islington NHSTrust;
Clair Clifford
, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham&Solihull Mental HealthTrust;
Gareth Hagger-Johnson
, University of Edinburgh;
Peter Hegarty
, University ofSurrey;
Jim McManus
, Directorate of Public Health, Barking &Dagenham Primary Care Trust;
Lyndsey Moon
, Queen Mary’sHospital, Roehampton.
International Advisory Group
Janis Bohan
, Denver CO, USA
Henny Bos
, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
 Virginia Braun
, Auckland, New Zealand
 Victoria Clarke
, Bristol, UK
PaulFlowers
, Glasgow, UK
Adrian Coyle
, Guildford, UK
Didi Herman
, Canterbury, UK
Gregory M. Herek
,Davis CA, USA
Celia Kitzinger
, York, UK
Ellen Herman
, Eugene OR, USA
Sean J. Massey
, Binghamton NY, USA
Hilary Lapsley
,Wellington, New Zealand
Martin Milton
, Guildford, UK
Kerry McLuckie-Wilson
, East London, South Africa
Damien W. Riggs
, Adelaide, Australia
Charlotte J. Patterson
, Charlottesville VA, USA
Eric Rofes
, Arcata CA, USA
Ian Rivers
, Edinburgh, UK
Theo Sandfort
, New York, USA
Esther Rothblum
, Burlington VT, USA
Jane M. Ussher
, Sydney, Australia
Melanie Steffens
, Trier, Germany
Sue Wilkinson
, Loughborough, UK
GordonWalker
, Melbourne, Australia
Advertising:
Advertising space is subject to availability and is accepted at the discretion of the editors.The cost is:
Section MembersOther
Full page£20£40Half page£10£20High-quality camera-ready artwork and the remittance must be sent together to the editor. Cheques should be madepayable to the ‘BPS Lesbian & Gay Psychology Section’.
Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review
aims to advance understanding of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer issueswith respect to psychological theory, knowledge and practice and to facilitate the development of LGBTQ psychologyin the UK and internationally. As the publication of the British Psychological Society’s Lesbian & Gay PsychologySection, it also aims to disseminate information about Section activities. It welcomes empirical, theoretical and reviewarticles, bibliographic articles, interviews with leading figures in LGBTQ psychology, short articles on relevant researchpapers, book reviews and notices of events and activities that are likely to be of interest to Section members. Theeditor is also interested in receiving proposals for Special Issues, featuring several articles on a common theme.
Disclaimer:
 Views expressed in
Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review 
are those of the individual contributors and notnecessarily the views of the Lesbian & Gay Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society. Publication of conferences, events, courses, organisations and advertisements does not necessarily imply approval or endorsement bythe BPS Lesbian & Gay Psychology Section. Any subsequent promotional piece or advertisement must not indicate thatan advertisement has previously appeared in
Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review.
Copyright:
Copyright for published material rests with the British Psychological Society unless otherwise stated. Withagreement, an author will be allowed to republish an article elsewhere as long as a note is included stating
‘first published in Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, date, volume number, page numbers’.
Teachers of psychology may usematerial contained in this publication in any way that may help their teaching of lesbian and gay psychology.Permission should be obtained from the Society for any other use.
Back copies and subscriptions for non-BPS members:
Back copies of 
Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review 
are availablefrom the British Psychological Society, St Andrews House, 48 Princess Road East, Leicester LE1 7DR at a cost of £4 perissue or £10 for a complete set of issues for a year (UK residents) and £5.50 per issue, £15 for a complete set of issuesfor a year (overseas rates). Cheques should be made payable to the ‘BPS Lesbian & Gay Psychology Section’.Non-BPS members wishing to subscribe to
Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review 
should write to the British PsychologicalSociety at the address above, enclosing a cheque for the appropriate amount (made payable to the ‘BPS Lesbian & GayPsychology Section’).
 
Lesbian &GayPsychology Review Vol 6 No 3 
141
© The British Psychological Society 2005 
ISSN 1467–2472 
Contents
143Editorial: The place of S/M in LGBTQ psychology
Guest Editors:Meg Barker & Darren Langdridge
Articles147The cultural formation of S/M:History and analysis
Kathy Sisson
163Visions of sadomasochism as a Nazi erotic
Alison M. Moore
177Unleashing gender:Dependency, subjectivity and recognition in dominant/submissiverelationships
Sarah A. Smith
189The erotic imagination:An existential phenomenological perspective
Trevor Butt
198Actively dividing selves:S/M and the thrill of disintegration
Darren Langdridge
209Women who engage in S/M interactions for money:A descriptive study
KathySisson & Charles Moser
227Feminist SM:A contradiction in terms or a way of challenging traditional gendereddynamics through sexual practice?
Ani Ritchie & Meg Barker
240Researching sexual difference:A survey of gay S/M in the UK
Eric Chaline
Commentaries253Is an interest in BDSM a pathological disorder or a normal variant of human sexualbehaviour?
Martin Baggaley
255Is S/Mpathological?
Peggy J. Kleinplatz & Charles Moser
261Does heterosexuality belong in theDSM?
Charles Moser & Peggy J. Kleinplatz
268Developing an SM awareness tool
Meg Barker
274Kink therapy and me:Outing myself as a kinky client
Pushpa Mitra
279Total power exchange in a modern family:A personal perspective
Rachel Green
Focus on Activism283Spanner:S/M, consent and the law in the UK
Eric Chaline in conversation with John Pendal
288Book Reviews299Books for Review

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