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An open invitation to productive conversations about feminism and the spectrum of eating disorders (part 2): Potential contributions to the science of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention (2022)
Journal Article
LaMarre, A., Levine, M. P., Holmes, S., & Malson, H. (2022). An open invitation to productive conversations about feminism and the spectrum of eating disorders (part 2): Potential contributions to the science of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Journal of Eating Disorders, 10(1), Article 55. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40337-022-00572-3

The role of feminism in eating disorders research, treatment, and advocacy continues to be debated, with little agreement in sight about the role—or lack thereof—of feminist eating disorders work. In these debates, the opportunity to open fruitful co... Read More about An open invitation to productive conversations about feminism and the spectrum of eating disorders (part 2): Potential contributions to the science of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

How do women make sense of their experiences with pornography? A thematic analysis (2021)
Journal Article
Lucey, C., & Malson, H. (2021). How do women make sense of their experiences with pornography? A thematic analysis. Psychology of Women and Equalities Review, 4(2), 31-42

While pornography is increasingly widespread and accessible, women’s experiences with or views about it are seldom recognised or investigated. In this paper we explore how women make sense of their experiences with pornography. The analysis is based... Read More about How do women make sense of their experiences with pornography? A thematic analysis.