As promised in the introduction to this series here is a partial list of references that were utilized in the research for the podcast series. The books can be found at Most of the articles include links. This is only a partial list of the articles used as I tried to stick to the ones that were most relevant to items that are discussed in this series.

Mention of these books and sources IN ABSOLUTELY NO WAY serves as an endorsement or recommendation to read them. I deliberately utilized resources that were contrary to my personal beliefs in an effort to investigate. These sources are listed for critics and skeptics who want to test the conclusions of this podcast series for themselves. All others would be advised to do themselves a favor and just take my word for it.

There is no particular order for the lists.


  • Science In the Bedroom A History of Sex by Vern L. Bullough
  • Perv: The Sexual Deviant in Us All by Jesse Berring
  • Homosexuality: A Psychoanalytic Study of Male Homosexuals Dr Irving Bieber
  • What Causes Sexual Orientation? Genetics, Biology, Psychology the Gallup’s Guide to Modern Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Lifestyle by Bill Palmer, Series Consultant Dr. James T. Sears, founding editor of the Journal of LGBT Youth and former Harvard Professor Mason Crest
  • Understanding Human Differences Multicultural Education for a Diverse America Kent L. Koppleman with R. Lee Goodhart
  • Science and Homosexualities by Vernon A. Rosario
  • What Is Marriage For: The Strange Social History of Our Most Intimate Institution by E.J. Graff
  • From Family Collapse to America’s Decline: The Educational, Economic, and Social Costs of Family Fragmentation by Mitch Pearlstein
  • Intimate Matters: A History of Sexuality in America by John D’Emlio and Estelle B. Freedmen
  • The History of Sexuality Vol. 1 by Michael B. Foucault
  • Sex in History by Reay Tannahill
  • The New Gay Teenager by Rich C. Saavin-Williams
  • The Moral Landscape by Sam Harris
  • What’s Wrong with Homosexuality by John Corvino