Wise, K., & Pitagora, D. (in press). The evolution of sexuality during gender transition. In G. Jacobson, J. C. Niemira, & K. J. Violeta (Eds.) Sex, sexuality, and trans identities: Clinical guidance for psychotherapists and counselors. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pitagora, D. (in press). The case of the submissive heterosexual cisgender male: Internalized heterosexism and its effect on kinky sexuality. In S. Sennott, D. Chandler, & D. Constantinides (Eds.) Sex therapy with erotically marginalized clients. New York, NY: Routledge.

Pitagora, D. (in press). The Influence of BDSM-Orientation on Shame and Heteronormativity in Anoreceptive Heterosexual Males. Journal of Humanistic Psychology.

Pitagora, D. (2017). No Pain, No Gain? Therapeutic and Relational Benefits of Subspace in BDSM ContextsJournal of Positive Sexuality, 3(3), 44-54.

Pitagora, D. (2016). The Kink-Poly Confluence: Relationship Intersectionality in Marginalized CommunitiesSexual and Relationship Therapy, 31(3), 391-405.

Pitagora, D. (2015). Intimate Partner Violence in Sadomasochistic RelationshipsSexual and Relationship Therapy, 31(1), 95-108.

Paul, L., Rubin, L., Pitagora, D., Tworecke, A., Brown, B. (2014). Support needs and resources of sexual minority women with breast cancerPsycho-Oncology, 23(5), 578-584.

Joseph, J.A., Pitagora, D., Tworecke, A., & Roberts, K.E. (2013). Peering into gaps in the DSM: Student perspectives on gender and informing education. The Society for International Education Journal: Engaging with Difference, Gender and Sexuality in Education, 7(1), 104-127.

Pitagora, D. (2013). Consent vs. coercion: BDSM interactions highlight a fine but immutable lineNew School Psychology Bulletin, 10(1), 27-36.