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This commentary on Frost's comparison of the meaning of intimacy in heterosexual and same‐sex couples explores how the concept of differences between advantaged and disadvantaged groups has often been used to further stigmatize the latter group. The commentary notes that feminist critiques have...
Frost and Gola (2015) offer empirical evidence that same‐sex and different‐sex relationship partners are similar in their experiences of intimacy and, as a result, the meaning of marriage will not fundamentally change with the legalization of same‐sex marriage. In this commentary, we offer...
We provide comments on “Meaning of Intimacy: A Comparison of Members of Heterosexual and Same‐Sex Couples,” noting that there are both content and methodological issues that should be addressed in the article. First, attachment theory, used by social psychologists as a major component of the...
Null hypothesis significance testing (NHST) allows researchers to find differences between groups, such as differences between men and women, Blacks and Whites, or heterosexual and same‐sex couples. In contrast, this article will show that NHST is mathematically incapable of allowing researchers...
This commentary on Frost and Gola's (2015) article first identifies strengths of their article. It then discusses two directions along which their original work might be expanded: (i) the logic of the argument and (ii) the type of data collected.
This commentary on Frost and Gola's (2015) article expands on the discussion of the policy and practical implications of their findings. Specifically, we highlight the potential impact of the Supreme Court's decision from the positive response hypothesis and the more probable structural response...
In this reply to the commentary on Frost and Gola (2015), I address three primary substantive themes raised across the authors’ responses, with particular attention to research on intimacy in same‐sex couples’ lives after the U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Obergefell v. Hodges: (a) the...
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