The Internet & Sexuality

Abara, W., Annang, L., Spencer, S. M., Fairchild, A. J., & Billings, D. (2014). Understanding Internet sex-seeking behaviour and sexual risk among young men who have sex with men: Evidences from a cross-sectional study. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 90, 596-601.

Abell, J. W.,  Steenbergh, T. A., & Boivin, M. J. (2006). Cyberporn use in the context of religiosity. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 34, 165-171.

Adam, A. (2002). Cyberstalking and Internet pornography: Gender and the gaze. Ethics and Information Technology, 4, 133-142.

Adam, P. C. G., Murphy, D. A., & de Wit, J. B. F. (2011). When do online sexual fantasies become reality? The contribution of erotic chatting via the Internet to sexual risk-taking in gay and other men who have sex with men. Health Education Research, 26, 506-515.

Adams, M. S., Oye, J., & Parker, T. S. (2003). Sexuality of older adults and the Internet: From sex education to cybersex. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 18, 405-415.

Alapack, R., Blichfeldt, M. F., & Elden, A. (2005). Flirting on the Internet and the Hickey: A hermeneutic. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 8, 52-61.

Albright, J. M. (2008). Sex in America online: An exploration of sex, marital status, and sexual identity in internet sex seeking and its impacts. Journal of Sex Research, 45, 175-186.

Alexander, J. (2002). Homo-pages and queer sites: studying the construction and representation of queer identities on the World Wide Web. International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies, 7, 85-106.

Allison, S., Bauermeister, J. A., Bull, S., Lightfoot, M., Mustanski, B., Shegog, R., & Levine, D. (2012). The intersection of youth, technology, and new media with sexual health: Moving the research agenda forward. Journal of Adolescent Health, 51, 207-212.

Andersson, E., Walén, C., Hallberg, J., Paxling, B., Dahlin, M., Almlöv, J., Källström, R., Wijma, K., Carlbring, P., & Andersson, G. (2011). A randomized controlled trial of guided Internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy for erectile dysfunction. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 8, p. 2800-p. 2809.

Appelby, G. A. (2001). Interviewing working-class gay men over the Internet. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services: Issues in Practice, Policy & Research, 12, 133-151.

Aslan, D. (2011). Critically evaluating typologies of Internet sex offenders: A psychological perspective. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 11, 406-431.

Atwood, J. D. (2007). When love hurts: Preadolescent girls' reports in incest. American Journal of Family Therapy, 35, 287-313.

Ayling, R., & Mewse, A. J. (2009). Evaluating Internet interviews with gay men.Qualitative Health Research, 19, 566-576.

Baams, L., Jonas, K. J., Utz, S., Bos, H. M. W., & van der Vuurst, L. (2011). Internet use and online social support among same sex attracted individuals of different ages. Computers in Human Behavior, 27, 1820-1827.

Babchishin, K. M., Hanson, R. K., & Hermann, C. A. (2011). The characteristics of online sex offenders: A meta-analysis. Sexual Abuse, 23, 92-123.

Babchishin, K. M., Hanson, R. K., & Vanzuylen, H. (2015). Online child pornography offenders are different: A meta-analysis of the characteristics of online and offline sex offenders against children. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 44, 45-66.

Baker, A., & Whitty, M. (2008). Researching romance and sexuality online: Issues for new and current researchers. In S. Holland (Ed.), Remote relationships in a small world (pp. 34-49). New York: Peter Lang.

Balán, I. C., Carballo-Diéguez, A., Ventuneac, A., & Remien, R. H. (2009). Intentional condomless anal intercourse among Latino msm who meet secual partners on the Internet. AIDS Education and Prevention, 21, 14-24.

Ballester-Arnal, R., Castro-Calvo, J., Gil-Llario, M. D., & Gimenez-Garcia, C. (2014). Relationship status as an influence on cybersex activity: Cybersex, youth, and steady partner. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 40, 444-456.

Baltazar, A., Herbert, W. H., McBride, D., Hopkins, G., & Stevens, J. V. (2010). Internet pornography use in the context of external and internal religiosity. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 38, 32-40.

Bancroft, J. (2008). Lust or identity? Archives of Sexual Behavior, 37,  426-428.

Barak, A. (2005). Sexual harassment on the Internet. Social Science Computer Review, 23, 77-92.

Barak, A., & Fisher, W. A. (2001). Toward an Internet-driven, theoretically-based, innovative approach to sex education. Journal of Sex Research, 38, 324-332.

Barak, A., & Fisher, W. A. (2002). The future of Internet sexuality. In A. Cooper (Ed.), Sex and the Internet: A guidebook for clinicians (pp. 263-280). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Barak, A., & Fisher, W. A. (2003). Experience with and Internet-based, theoretically grounded educational resource for the promotion of sexual and reproductive health. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 18, 293-308.

Barak, A., Fisher, W. A., Belfry, S., & Lashambe, D. R. (1999). Sex, guys, and cyberspace: Effects of Internet pornography and individual differences on men's attitudes toward women. Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality, 11, 63-92.

Barak, A., & King S. A. (2000). The two faces of the Internet: Introduction to the Special Issue on the Internet and sexuality. CyberPsychology and Behavior, 3, 517-520.

Barak, A., & Safir, M. P. (1997). Sex and the Internet: An Israeli perspective. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 22, 67-73.

Barber, T. (2004). A pleasure prophecy: Predictions for the sex tourist of the future. In D. D Waskul (Ed.), Net. SeXXX: Reading on sex, pornography, and the Internet (pp. 323-336). New York : Peter Lang.

Bar-Lev, S. (2010). ‘Do you feel sorry for him?’: Gift relations in an HIV/AIDS on-line support forum. Health, 42, 147-161.

Bartoş, S. E., Phua, V. C., & Avery, E. (2009). Differences in Romanian men's online personals by sexualities. Journal of Men's Studies, 17, 145-154.

Bates, A., & Metcalf, C. (2007). A psychometric comparison of Internet and non-Internet sex offenders from a community treatment sample. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 13, 11-20.

Bateson, D. J., Weisberg, E., McCaffery, K. J., & Luscombe, G. M. (2012). When online becomes offline: Attitudes to safer sex practices in older and younger women using an Australian Internet dating service. Sexual Health, 9, 152-159.

Bauermeister, J. A., Leslie-Santana, M., Johns, M. M., Pingel, E., & Eisenberg, A. (2011). Mr. right and Mr. right now: Romantic and casual partner-seeking online among young men who have sex with men. AIDS and Behavior, 15, 261-272.

Bauermeister, J. A., Pingel, E., Zimmerman, M., Couper, M., Carballo-Diéguez, A., & Strecher, V. J. (2012). Data quality in HIV/AIDS Web-based surveys: Handling invalid and suspicious data. Field Methods, 24, 272-291.

Baumgartner, S. E., Sumter, S. R., Peter, J., & Valkenburg, P. M. (2012). Identifying teens at risk: Developmental pathways of online and offline sexual risk behavior. Pediatrics, 130, 1489-1496.

Baumgartner, S. E., Valkenburg, P. M., & Peter, J. (2010). Assessing causality in the relationship between adolescents’ risky sexual online behavior and their perceptions of this behavior. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 39, 1226-1239.

Baumgartner, S. E., Valkenburg, P. M., & Peter, J. (2010). Unwanted online sexual solicitation and risky sexual online behavior across the lifespan. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 31, 439-447.

Baumgartner, S. E., Valkenburg, P. M., & Peter, J. (2011). The influence of descriptive and injunctive peer norms on adolescents’ risky sexual online behavior. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 14, 753-758.

Bay-Cheng, L. Y. (2001). SexEd.Com: Values and norms in web-based sexuality education. Journal of Sex Research, 38, 241-251.

Beaussart, M. L., & Kaufman, J. C. (2013). Gender differences and the effects of perceived Internet privacy on self-reports of sexual behavior and sociosexuality. Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 2524-2529.

Beech, A. R., Elliott, I. A., Birgden, A., & Findlater, D. (2008). The Internet and child sexual offending: A criminological review. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 13, 216-228.

Benotsch, E. G., & Kalichman, S., Cage, M. (2002). Men who have met sex partners via the Internet: Prevalence, predictors, and implications for HIV prevention. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 31, 177-183.

Benotsch, E. G., Kalichman, S., & Weinhardt, L. S. (2004). HIV – AIDS patients' evaluation of health information on the Internet: The digital divide and vulnerability to fraudulent claims. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 72, 1004-1011.

Benotsch, E. G., Martin, A. M., Espil, F. M., Nettles, C. D., Seal, D. W., & Pinkerton, S. D. (2011). Internet use, recreational travel, and HIV risk behaviors in men who have sex with men. Journal of Community Health, 36, 398-405.

Benotsch, E. G., Wright, V. J., de Roon Cassini, T. A., Pinkerton, S. D., Weinhardt, L., & Kelly, J. A. (2006). Use of the Internet for HIV prevention by AIDS service organizations in the United States. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 24, 19-35.

Berg, R. C. (2008). Barebacking among MSM Internet users. AIDS Behavior, 12, 822-833.

Berlin, F. S., & Sawyer, D. (2012). Potential consequences of accessing child pornography over the Internet and who is accessing it. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 19, 30-40.

Bernstein, A. N., Levinson, A. W., Hobbs, A. R., Lavery, H. J., & Samadi, D. B. (2013). Validation of online administration of the sexual health inventory for men. Journal of Urology, 189, 1456-1461.

Beyens, I., & Eggermont, S. (2014). Prevalence and predictors of text-based and visually explicit cybersex among adolescents. Young, 22, 43-65.

Biber, J. K., Doverspike, D., Baznik, D., Cober, A., & Ritter, B. A. (2002). Sexual harassment in online communications: Effects of gender and discourse medium. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 5, 33-42.

Biello, K. B., Rosenberger, J. G., Novak, D. S., Robertson, A. M., Mayer, K. H., & Mimiaga, M. J. (2014). Epidemiology of sexual health in the virtual environment: A multinational online survey of Spanish-and Portuguese-speaking men who use an internet sexual networking site. AIDS & Behavior, 18, 1675-1685.

Bimbi, D. S., & Parsons, J. T. (2005). Barebacking among Internet based male sex workers. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy, 9, 85-105.

Binik, Y. M. (2001). Sexuality and the Internet: Lots of hyp(otheses) only a little data. Journal of Sex Research, 38, 281-293.

Binik, Y. M., Mah, K., & Kiesler, S. (1999). Ethical issues in conducting sex research on the Internet. Journal of Sex Research, 36, 82-90.

Blackwell, C. W. (2007). Men who have sex with men and recruit bareback sex partners on the Internet: Implications for STI and HIV prevention and client education. American Journal of Men's Health Online First, 14, 1-8.

Blackwell, C. W. (2008). Men who have sex with men and recruit bareback sex partners on the Internet: Implications for STI and HIV prevention and client education. American Journal of Men’s Health, 2, 306-313.

Blackwell, C. W., & Dziegielewski, S. F. (2012): Using the Internet to meet sexual partners: Research and practice implications. Journal of Social Service Research, 38, 46-55.

Blas, M. M., Alva, I. E., Cabello, R., Garcia, P. J., Carcamo, C., Redmon, M., Kimball, A. M., Ryan, R., & Kurth, A. E. (2007). Internet as a tool to access high-risk men who have sex with men from a resource-constrained setting: A study from Peru. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 83, 567-570.

Bleakley, A., Hennessy, M., & Fishbein, M. (2011). A model of adolescents' seeking of sexual content in their media choices. Journal of Sex Research, 48, 309-315.

Boies, S. C. (2002). University students’ uses of and reactions to online sexual information and entertainment: Links to online and offline sexual behaviour. The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 11, 77-89.

Boies, S. C., Cooper, A., & Osborne, C. S. (2004). Variations in Internet-related problems and psychosicial functioning in online sexual activities: Implications for social and sexual development of young adults. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 7, 207-230.

Boies, S. C., Knudson, G., & Young, J. (2004). The Internet, sex, and youths: Implications for sexual development. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 11, 343- 363.

Bolding, G., Davis, M., Hart, G., Sherr, L., & Elford, J. (2005). Gay men who look for sex on the Internet: Is there more HIV/STI risk with online partners? AIDS, 19, 961-968.

Bolding, G., Davis, M., Hart, G., Sherr, L., & Elford, J. (2006). Heterosexual men and women who seek sex through the Internet. Journal of STD & AIDS, 17, 530-534.

Bolding, G., Davis, M., Hart, G., Sherr, L., & Elford, J. (2007). Where young MSM meet their first sexual partner: the role of the Internet. AIDS Behaviors, 11, 522-526.

Bolding, G., Davis, M., Sherr, L., Hart, G., & Elford, J. (2004). Use of gay Internet sites and views about online health promotion among men who have sex with men. AIDS Care, 16, 993-1001.

Bow, J. N., Bailey, R. W. Jr., & Samet, C. (2005). Forensic evaluation of Internet sexual activity. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 5, 1-29.

Bowen, A. M., Daniel, C. M., Williams, M. L., & Baird, G. L. (2008). Identifying multiple submissions in Internet research: Preserving data integrity. AIDS Behavior, 12, 964-973.

Bowen, A. M., Horvath, K., & Williams, M. L. (2007). A randomized control trial of Internet-delivered HIV prevention targeting rural MSM. Health Education Research, 22, 120-127.

 

Bowen, A. M., Williams, M. L., Daniel, C. M., & Clayton, S. (2008).   Internet based HIV prevention research targeting rural MSM: Feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy. Journal of Behavioral Medicin, 31, 463-477.

 

Bowen, A., Williams, M., & Horvath, K. (2004). Using the Internet to recruit rural MSM for HIV risk assessment: Sampling issues. AIDS & Behavior, 8, 311-319.

 

Brady, S. S., Iantaffi, A., Galos, D. L., & Rosser, B. R. S. (2013). Open, closed, or in between: Relationship configuration and condom use among men who use the Internet to seek sex with men. AIDS and Behavior, 17, 1499-1514.

 

Braithwaite, S. R., Coulson, G., Keddington, K., & Fincham, F. D. (2015). The influence of pornography on sexual scripts and hooking up among emerging adults in college. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 44, 111-123.

 

Brand, M., Laier, C., Pawlikowski, M., Schächtle, U., Schöler, T., &  Altstötter-Gleich, C. (2011). Watching pornographic pictures on the Internet: Role of sexual arousal ratings and psychological–psychiatric symptoms for using Internet sex sites excessively. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 14, 371-377.

 

Braun-Courville, D. K., & Rojas, M. (2009). Exposure to sexually explicit web sites and adolescent sexual attitudes and behaviors. Journal of Adolescent Health, 45, 156-162.

 

Braun-Harvey, D. (2003). Culturally relevant assessment and treatment for gay men’s online sexual activity. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 18, 371-384.

 

Brickell, C. (2012). Sexuality, power and the sociology of the Internet. Current Sociology, 60, 28-44.

 

Briggs, P., Simon, W. T., & Simonsen, S. (2011). An exploratory study of Internet-initiated sexual offenses and the chat room sex offender: Has the Internet enabled a new typology of sex offender? Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 23, 72-91.

 

Brown, G., Maycock, B., & Burns, S. (2005). Your picture is your baits: Use and meaning of cyberspace among gay men. Journal of Sex Research, 42, 63-73.

 

Brown, J. D., & L’Engle, K. L. (2009). X-Rated: Sexual attitudes and behaviors associated with U.S. early adolescents’ exposure to sexually explicit media. Communication Research, 36, 129-151.

Bryce, J. (2010). Online sexual exploitation of children and young people. In Y. Jewkes, & M. Yar (Eds.), Handbook of Internet crime (pp. 320-342). Devon, UK: Willan Publishing.

Bull, S. S., Breslin, L. T., Wright, E. E., Black, S. R., Levine, D., & Santelli, J. S. (2011). Case study: An ethics case study of HIV prevention research on Facebook: The just/us study. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 36, 1082-1092.

 

Buschman, J., Bogaerts, S., Foulger, S., Wilcox, D., Sosnowski, D., & Cushman, B. (2010). Sexual history disclosure polygraph examinations with cybercrime offences: A first Dutch explorative study. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 54, 395-411.

 

Buhi, E. R., Cook, R. L., Marhefka, S. L., Blunt, H. D., Wheldon, C., Oberne, A. B., Mullins, J. C., & Dagne, G. A. (2012). Does the Internet represent a sexual health risk environment for young people? Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 39, 55-58.

 

Buhi, E. R., Daley, E. M., Fuhrmann, H. J., & Smith, S. A. (2009). An observational study of how young people search for online sexual health information. Journal of American College Health, 58, 101-111.

 

Buhi, E. R., Klinkenberger, N., McFarlane, M., Kachur, R., Daley, E. M., Baldwin, J., Blunt, H. D., Hughes, S., Wheldon, C. W., & Rietmeijer, C. (2013). Evaluating the Internet as a sexually transmitted disease risk environment for teens: Findings from the communication, health, and teens study. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 40, 528-533.

 

Buhi, E. R., & Nanin, J. E. (2011). An online social utility for STD prevention. Journal of Sex Research, 48, 98-101.

 

Bull, S., Pratte, K., Whitesell, N., Rietmeijer, C., & McFarlane, M. (2009). Effects of an Internet-based intervention for HIV prevention: The youthnet trials. AIDS Behaviors, 13, 474-487.

Bull, S. S., Levine, D. K., Black, S. R., Schmiege, S. J., & Santelli, J. (2012). Social media-delivered sexual health intervention: A cluster randomized controlled trial. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 43, 467-474.

Bull, S. S., Lloyd, L., Rietmeijer, C., & McFarlane, M. (2004). Recruitment and retention of an online sample for an HIV prevention intervention targeting men who have sex with men: The smart sex quest project. AIDS Care, 16, 931-943.

Bull, S. S., & McFarlane, M. (2000). Soliciting sex on the Internet: What are the risks for sexually transmitted diseases and HIV? Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 27, 545-550.

Bull, S. S., McFarlane, M., & King, D. (2001). Barriers to STD/HIV prevention on the Internet. Health Education Research, 16, 661-670.

Bull, S. S., McFarlane, M., Lloyd, L., & Rietmeijer, C. (2004). The process of seeking sex partners online and implications for STD/HIV prevention. AIDS Care, 16, 1012-1020.

Bull, S. S., McFarlane, M., & Rietmeijer, C. (2001). HIV and sexually transmitted infection risk behaviors among men seeking sex with men on-line. American Journal of Public Health, 91, 988-989.

Burgess, A. W., & Mahoney, M., Visk, J., & Morgenbesser, L. (2008). Cyber child sexual exploitation. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, 46, 38-45.

Burgess, A. W., & Morgenbesser, L. I. (2005). Sexual violence and seniors. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention, 5, 193-202.

Burke, A., Sowerbutts, S., Blundell, B., & Sherry, M. (2002). Child pornography and the Internet: Policing and treatment issues. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 9, 79-84.

Burke, S. K. (2000). In search of lesbian community in an electronic world. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 3, 591-604.

Buttell, F. P., & Carney, M. M. (2002). Treatment provider awareness of the possible impact of the Internet on the treatment of sex offenders: An alert to a problem. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 10, 117-125.

Butterworth, D. (1993). Wanking in cyberspace. Trouble & Strife, 27, 33-37.

Buzi, R. S., Smith, P. B., & Barrera, C. (2015). Talk with Tiff: Teen's inquiries to a sexual health website. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 41, 126-133.

Buzzell, B., Foss, D., & Middleton, Z. (2006). Explaining use of online pornography: A test of self-control theory and opportunities for deviance. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 13, 96-116.

Buzzell, T. (2005). The effects of sophistication, access and monitoring on use of pornography in three technological contexts. Deviant Behavior, 26, 109-132.

Buzzell, T. (2005). Demographic characteristics of persons using pornography in three technological contexts. Sexuality & Culture, 9, 28-48.

Byers, L. J., Menzies, K. S., & O’Grady, W. L. (2004). The impact of computer variables on the viewing and sending of sexually explicit material on the Internet: Testing Cooper’s “Triple-A Engine”. The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 13, 157-169.

Byron, P., Albury, K., & Evers, C. (2013). “It would be weird to have that on Facebook”: Young people’s use of social media and the risk of sharing sexual health information. Reproductive Health Matters, 21, 35-44.

Calder, M. C. (2004). The Internet: Potential, problems and pathways to hands-on sexual offending, In M. C. Calder (Ed.), Child sexual abuse and the Internet: Tackling the new frontier (pp. 1-23). Dorset, RHP: Russell House Publishing.

Cameron, K. A., Salazar, L. F., Bernhardt, J. M., Burgess-Whitman, N., Wingood, G. M., & DiClemente, R. J. (2005). Adolescents' experience with sex on the Web: Results from online focus groups. Journal of Adolescence, 28, 535-540.

Campbell, B. B. (2012). A novel approach to educating men about preventative health in the digital age. Journal of Men's Health, 9, 45-50.

Canders, C. P., Merchant, R. C., Pleet, K., & Fuerch, J. H. (2013). Internet-initiated sexual assault among U.S. adolescents reported in newspapers, 1996–2007. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 22, 987-999.

Carballo-Dieguez, A., Dowsett, G. W., Ventuneac, A., Remien, R. H., Balan, I., Dolezal, C., Luciano, O., & Lin, P. (2006). Cybercartography of popular Internet sites used by New York City men who have sex with men interested in bareback sex. AIDS Education and Prevention, 18, 475-489.

Carballo-Diéguez, A., Miner, M., Dolezal, C.,  Rosser, B. R. S., & Jacoby, S. (2006). Sexual negotiation, HIV-status disclosure, and sexual risk behavior among Latino men who use the Internet to seek sex with other men. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 35, 473-481.

Carnes, P. J. (2001). Cybersex, courtship, and escalating arousal: Factors in addictive sexual desire. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 8, 45-78.

Carnes, P. J. (2003). The anatomy of arousal: Three internet portals. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 18, 309-328.

Carpenter, K. M., Stoner, S. A., Mikko, A. N., Dhanak, L. P., & Parsons, J. T. (2010). Efficacy of a web-based intervention to reduce sexual risk in men who have sex with men. AIDS and Behavior, 14, 549-557.

Carvalheira, A., & Gomes, F. A. (2003). Cybersex in Portuguese chatrooms: A study of sexual behaviors related to online sex. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 29, 345-360.

Castle, T., & Lee, J. (2008). Ordering sex in cyberspace: A content analysis of escort websites. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 11, 107-121.

Cavaglion, G. (2008). Narratives of self-help of cyberporn dependents. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 15, 195-216.

Cavaglion, G. (2008). Voices of coping in an Italian self-help virtual community of cyberporn dependents. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 11, 599-601.

Cavaglion, G. (2009). Cyber-porn dependence: Voices of distress in an Italian Internet self-help community. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 7, 295-310.

Cavaglion, G., & Rashty, E. (2010). Narratives of suffering among Italian female partners of cybersex and cyber-porn dependents. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 17, 270-287.

Cenite, M., Goh, A. Y., Say, M. M., Tan, G. W. J., & Tong, F. K. T. (2009). Pornography’s perceived value for homosexual and heterosexual consumers.  International Journal of Communication, 3, 973-997.

Chaney, M. P., & Chang, C. Y. (2005). A Trio of turmoil for Internet sexually addicted men who have sex with men: Boredom broneness, social connectedness, and dissociation. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 12, 3-18.

Chaney, M. P., & Blalock, A. C. (2006). Boredom proneness, social connectedness, and sexual addiction among men who have sex with male Internet users. Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling, 26, 111-122.

Chaney, M. P., Dew, B. J. (2003). Online experiences of sexually compulsive men who have sex with men. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 10, 259-274.

Chatterjee, B. B. (2003). Last of the rainmacs? Thinking about pornography in cyberspace. In D. S. Wall (Ed.), Crime and the Internet, (pp. 74-99). London, UK: Routledge.

Chai, S. J., Aumakhan, B., Barnes, M., Jett-Goheen, M., Quinn, N., Agreda, P., Whittle, P., Hogan, T., Jenkins, W. D., Rietmeijer, C. A., & Gaydos, C. A. (2010). Internet-based screening for sexually transmitted infections to reach nonclinic populations in the community: Risk factors for infection in men. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 37, 756-763.

Chen, A. S., Leung, M., Chen, C. H., & Yang, S. C. (2013). Exposure to Internet pornography among Taiwanese adolescents. Social Behavior and Personality, 41, 157-164.

Cheng, S., & Missari, S. (2014). The effects of Internet use on adolescents’ first romantic and sexual relationships in Taiwan. International Sociology, 29, 324-347.

Chiasson, M. A., Hirshfield, S., Remien, R. H., Humberstone, M., Wong, T., & Wolitski, R. J. (2007). A comparison of on-line and off-line sexual risk in men who have sex with men – An event-based on-line survey. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 44, 235-243.

Chiasson, M. A., Hirshfield, S., & Rietmeijer, C. (2010). HIV prevention and care in the digital age. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 55, 94-97.

Chiasson, M. A., Parsons, J. T., Tesoriero, J. M., Carballo-Dieguez, A., Hirshfield, S., & Remien, R. H. (2006). HIV behavioral research online. Journal of Urban Health, 83, 73-85.

Chiasson, M. A., Shaw, F. S., Humberstone, M., Hirshfield, S., & Hartel, D. (2009). Increased HIV disclosure three months after an online video intervention for men who have sex with men (MSM(. Aids Care, 21, 1081-1089.

Chiou, W. (2006). Adolescents' sexual self-disclosure on the Internet: Deindividuation and impression management. Adolescence, 41, 547-561.

Chiou, W., & Wan C. (2006). Sexual self-disclosure in cyberspace among Taiwanese adolescents: Gender differences and the interplay of cyberspace and real life. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9, 46-53.

Chirban, J. T. (2006). Integrative strategies for treating Internet sexuality: A case study of paraphilias. Clinical Case Studies, 5, 126-141.

Cobb Payton, F.,  Kvasny, L., & Kiwanuka-Tondo, J. (2014). Online HIV prevention information. Internet Research, 24, 520-542.

Coleman, E., Horvath, K. J., Miner, M., Ross, M. W., Oakes, M., & Rosser, B. R. S. (2010). Compulsive sexual behavior and risk for unsafe sex among Internet using men who have sex with. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 39, 1045-1053.

Cook, I. (2006). Western heterosexual masculinity, anxiety, and Web porn. Journal of Men's Studies, 14, 47-63.

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