Jeremy N. Thomas, Ph.D.
Thomas, Jeremy N. and Daniel Copulsky. “Diversifying Conceptions of Sexual Pleasure in Self-Reported Genital Piercing Stories.” Deviant Behavior.
Sargent, Jessica M. and Jeremy N. Thomas. “Friendship versus Faith: How Latter-day Saint College Students Manage the Conflicts between their Beliefs about Homosexuality and their Friendships with Gay and Lesbian Persons.” The Sociological Quarterly 62(2):305–322.
Thomas, Jeremy N. and Celene Fuller. “Why Would Anyone Stick a Needle There? Motivations and Meanings Associated with Genital Piercings” in Deviance Today, 2nd ed., edited by Addrain Conyers and Thomas C. Calhoun, 300–309. New York: Routledge.
Williams, D J, Emily E. Prior, and Jeremy N. Thomas. “Playing with Danger: Encouraging Research on BDSM as a form of Leisure via Reflection and Confession” in Sex and Leisure: Promiscuous Perspectives, edited by Diana C. Parry and Corey W. Johnson, 38–54. New York: Routledge.
Williams, D J, Jeremy N. Thomas, and Emily E. Prior. “Are Sex and Pornography Addiction Valid Disorders? Adding a Leisure Science Perspective to the Sexological Critique.” Leisure Sciences 42(3–4):306–321.
Williams, D J, Jeremy N. Thomas, and Michael Arntfield. “An Empirical Exploration of Leisure-Related Themes and Potential Constraints across Descriptions of Serial Homicide.” Leisure Sciences 42(1):69–84.
Thomas, Jeremy N. and D J Williams. “Fucking with Fluids and Wet with Desire: Power and Humiliation Using Cum, Piss, and Blood.” in Radical Sex Between Men: Assembling Desiring-Machines, edited by David Holmes, Stuart J. Murray, and Thomas Foth, 142–150. New York: Routledge.
Williams, D J, Jeremy N. Thomas, and Michael Arntfield. 2018. “An Exploration of Leisure Themes and Constraints across Serial Homicide.” Conference Proceedings of the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group, 11–16.
Thomas, Jeremy N., Becka A. Alper, and Shane A. Gleason. “Anti-Pornography Narratives as Self-Fulfilling Prophecies: Religious Variation in the Effect that Pornography Viewing Has on the Marital Happiness of Husbands.” Review of Religious Research 59(4):471–497.
Williams, D J, Jeremy N. Thomas, Emily E. Prior, Susan Wright, and Richard Sprott. “Sex and Pornography ‘Addiction’: An Official Position Statement of the Center for Positive Sexuality (CPS), National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (NCSF), and The Alternative Sexualities Health Research Alliance (TASHRA).” Journal of Positive Sexuality 3(3):40–43.
Williams, D J, Jeremy N. Thomas, Emily E. Prior, Christina Amezquita, and Dominee Hall. “Social Work Practice with Clients that Enjoy Participation in Consensual BDSM: Identifying and Applying Strengths.” Journal of Positive Sexuality 3(1):12–20.
Williams, D J, Emily E. Prior, Thea Alvarado, Jeremy N. Thomas, and M. Candace Christensen. “Is Bondage and Discipline, Dominance and Submission, and Sadomasochism Recreational Leisure? A Descriptive Exploratory Investigation.” Journal of Sexual Medicine 13(7):1091–1094.
Thomas, Jeremy N. and D J Williams. “Exploring Sexual Diversity: A Case Report on the Application of Habanero Pepper Juice during Recreational Urethral Sounding.” Journal of PositiveSexuality 2(2):22–26.
Williams, D J, Jeremy N. Thomas. “It’s Only a Matter of Time: Insights for Helping Professionals Working with Non-Monogamous Clients.” Journal of Positive Sexuality 2(2):32–35.
Thomas, Jeremy N. and Andrew L. Whitehead. “Evangelical Elites’ Anti-Homosexuality Narratives as a Resistance Strategy Against Attribution Effects.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54(2):345–362.
Williams, D J, Jeremy N. Thomas, and Emily E. Prior. 2015. “Moving Full-Speed Ahead in the Wrong Direction? A Critical Examination of US Sex-Offender Policy from a Positive Sexuality Model.” Critical Criminology 23(3):277–294.
Williams, D J, Jeremy N. Thomas, Emily E. Prior, M. Candace Christensen. “From ‘SSC’ and ‘RACK’ to the ‘4Cs’: Introducing a New Framework for Negotiating BDSM Participation.” Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality 17.