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Q&A with Lisa Diamond

A scholar finds women's sexual orientation to be surprisingly fluid

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By Pagan Kennedy
December 30, 2007

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IN 1995, LISA DIAMOND traversed New York State in a beat-up car, visiting softball games, picnics, and gay-pride parades. She was hunting for young women who had experienced same-sex attraction (even if it was fleeting). Diamond wanted to find out how such women understand - and label - their own desires. (Full article: 1121 words)

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