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      Reconceptualizing the Sexual Double Standard

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      Journal of Psychology & Human Sexuality
      The Haworth Press

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                Journal
                Journal of Psychology & Human Sexuality
                Journal of Psychology & Human Sexuality
                The Haworth Press
                0890-7064
                May 24 2002
                May 24 2002
                : 13
                : 2
                : 63-83
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                10.1300/J056v13n02_05
                3b7e3333-339d-48de-b45d-f22bea8fda1d
                © 2002

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