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Two Concerns about the Medicalization of Love

  • MARTIN O’REILLY

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1. Earp, BD, Sandberg, A, Savulescu, J. The medicalization of love. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2015;24:323–36.

2. See note 1, Earp et al. 2015, at 331.

3. Gupta, K. Protecting sexual diversity: Rethinking the use of neurotechnological interventions to alter sexuality. AJOB: Neuroscience 2012;3(3):4.

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5. Jorgensen, PD. Pharmaceuticals, political money, and public policy: A theoretical and empirical agenda. Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 2013;14(3):562.

6. In considering initial prospects for change, Jorgensen, for example, has proposed “an agenda that would provide (a) a theoretical framework . . . with which to view pharmaceutical political power and (b) two empirical projects to document links between political money and pharmaceutical policy”; see note 5, Jorgensen 2013, at 565.

7. Cage, F, Herman, T, Good, N. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights around the world. The Guardian 2014 May 17; available at http://www.theguardian.com/world/ng-interactive/2014/may/-sp-gay-rights-world-lesbian-bisexual-transgender (last accessed 19 Aug 2014).

8. Earp, BD, Sandberg, A, Savulescu, J. Brave new love: The threat of high-tech “conversion” therapy and the bio-oppression of sexual minorities. AJOB: Neuroscience 2014;5(1):412.

9. Singer, P. One World: The Ethics of Globalization. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press; 2002.

10. Buchanan, A. Better than Human: The Promise and Perils of Enhancing Ourselves. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press; 2011, at 144.

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