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Deryagin G.B., Sidorov P.I., Soloviev A.G.


INCEST AS VARIANT of SEXUAL VIOLENCE
There are presented the review of the foreign scientific literature devoted to various
aspects of incest. The results of own researches are shown. It is established, that prevails
voluntary heterosexual sibling-incest. There are shown social and psychosexual features of the
persons entering in incest connections, in comparison with "conditionally normal" women and
men. There is inverted an attention to a role of family in formation sexual destruction.

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