Title

馬來西亞華人男同性戀者性傾向與情慾覺察之探討

Translated Titles

The Exploration of Sexual Orientation and Desire Awareness among Malaysian-Born Chinese Gay

Authors

溫霜琴

Key Words

情慾經驗 ; 性傾向覺察 ; 同性戀者 ; 馬來西亞華人 ; Sexual Desire ; Malaysian-born Chinese ; Homosexuals ; Sexual Orientation Awareness

PublicationName

樹德科技大學人類性學研究所學位論文

Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication

2020年

Academic Degree Category

碩士

Advisor

李珣

Content Language

繁體中文

Chinese Abstract

無論是歐美或華人地區,已有大量的同性戀相關研究出現,社會對同性戀的看法已日趨尊重與接納,但馬來西亞在此項議題上仍相當缺乏與停滯不前。有鑑於此,本研究採質性研究之深度訪談法,分析五位馬來西亞華人男同性戀者性傾向及情慾覺察之經驗。發現: 一、「性傾向覺察」與「情慾覺察」無法分離。 二、馬來西亞華人同性戀者的性傾向覺察的特色為: 1. 個體性傾向的覺察在兒童期即發生。 2. 標竿事件的發生,促發個體覺察自己非異性戀的性傾向。 3. 覺察自己是同性戀者時的反應往往是負向的。 4. 即使知道自己的同性戀傾向,不過還是得要不斷確認與核對。 5. 確定同性戀傾向的歷程會因年齡而有差異。 6. 性傾向覺察經驗因人而異。 三、男同性戀者的情慾覺察經驗對性傾向認同具有重要的意義: 1. 男同性戀者透過實體場域與虛擬網路,探索與滿足情慾需求。 2. 男同性戀者的情慾經驗個別差異大。 3. 性傾向不見得需要用性行為來確認,但性行為的發生對性傾向覺察具有重要意義。 依據研究結果提出建議,以供政府機關、教育工作者與學校單位、教師與家長及諮商實務工作者之參考。

English Abstract

For many countries in Europe, America or the Chinese-speaking regions, there is a large number of studies on homosexuality. The views on homosexuality have become increasingly respected and accepted by society at large. On the contrary, Malaysia has a lack of empirical researches on homosexuality and human sexual drive. This study aimed to explore the sexual orientation awareness and sexual desire of five Malaysian-born Chinese gay men through an in-depth qualitative interview. The major findings addressed bellow as: 1. The participants were aware of their sexual orientation and desire simultaneously. 2. The sexual orientation awareness of oneself being a homosexual male was: (1). occurred as early as childhood. (2). related to the significant events or experiences that motivated the participants to ponder upon their non-heterosexual orientation. (3). associated with negative reactions to the perception of self. (4). challenged repeatedly in the participants’ own mindsets despite being able to identify themselves as gay. (5). determined at various ages and stages of life. (6). varied from person to person. 3.The awareness of one’s sexual desire was relevant to the formation of homosexual identity. For instance: (1). the participants explored sexual interests, needs, urges, and drives through physical space and virtual space. (2). diversity in sexual experience was considered as highly individual preferences more than the individual’s sex-oriented identity. (3). one’s sexual orientation did not necessarily need to be associated with one’s sexual behaviors. However, the presence of sexual behaviors did play an important part in self-awareness of same-sex attraction. Based on the results of this study, further suggestions are made as a specific reference for government agencies, education workers, counselors, and helping professionals.

Topic Category 人文學 > 人類學及族群研究
應用社會學院 > 人類性學研究所
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