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The Truth Behind the Fascination with Breasts

The topic that has plague women kind for as long as we can remember.  What is so fascinating about our breasts that leave many heterosexual men distracted by their mere presence?

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Try telling this little guy that “my eyes are up here.”

From a biological perspective, the male fascination with breasts is an odd one.   (more…)

Gay Vet Proposes to Boyfriend on Base

Welcome to iNKBLOT, the blogosphere intended for Saint Leo University‘s Psychology students, faculty, and friends from around the world! Psychological research and the many forms of media (e.g., Internet, local, regional and world news, and etc.) provides a wealth of opinions and experiences for psychologically minded students and professionals in the field, especially Social Psychology, to engage, discover, or inform them of the many amazing aspects of their chosen discipline. iNKBLOT‘s mission is to promote psychological oriented information to its readers in hopes of sharing resources and discussing important ideas in our ever-growing field….more information HERE.

The Bisexuality Report

By Dr Petra

Recently the Bisexuality Report was lauched.  This report is part of Meg Barker’s research on the bisexual community, particularly in the UK and “summarises national and international evidence and draws out recommendations for future bisexual inclusion in many different settings. Bisexual people are indeed often invisible in policy and practice despite evidence that they experience discrimination in education and in the workplace and are more at risk of mental health problems than lesbian, gay, or heterosexual people. Bisexual people are subject to a specific form of discrimination – Biphobia – because they do not fit a problematic gay/straight model of sexuality”.

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If your work involves addressing sex and sexuality – be it in therapy, education, or health and social care please do take the time to read, reflect upon, and share the report. Noting the general and specific professional recommendations. It is an important step in addressing a much neglected area in sexualities.

To read the report, visit Open University

 

Welcome to iNKBLOT, the blogosphere intended for Saint Leo University‘s Psychology students, faculty, and friends from around the world! Psychological research and the many forms of media (e.g., Internet, local, regional and world news, and etc.) provides a wealth of opinions and experiences for psychologically minded students and professionals in the field, especially Social Psychology, to engage, discover, or inform them of the many amazing aspects of their chosen discipline. iNKBLOT‘s mission is to promote psychological oriented information to its readers in hopes of sharing resources and discussing important ideas in our ever-growing field….more information HERE.

 

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