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Captivating, nuanced, and rigorous… Diamond's work is vital precisely because sexual fluidity is not a new concept—Freud called his version 'polymorphous perversity'—but merely one that is typically dismissed. Nor is it news to women, particularly not to a generation for whom a nonspecific 'queer' affiliation, or no affiliation at all, is increasingly common. What is so important is not that this fluidity exists, but that someone has finally paid it systematic attention and found that it is in fact not the exception, but may well be the rule.
— Hanne Blank