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Reasons People Study Sexuality. Individual: to build wellbeing, joy
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Human Sexuality Perspectives on Sexuality M. Ahrens

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Reasons People Study Sexuality Individual: to build wellbeing, bliss & personal improvement Interpersonal: to enhance connections Societal: to change the nature of the worldwide village

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Authors\' Perspective Psychosocial introduction mental variables social elements the discussion re: sociobiological components

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Media Impact on Culture Technological advances increment in number of data sources openness of data inside the group, home, working environment Videos, motion pictures, the internet, magazines Breakdown of social taboos

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Ancient Hebrews be "productive & duplicate" valuation for sex inside marriage Roman Empire social shakiness & sexual excess Middle Ages multiplication of "sex as transgression" concept Christianity response to Roman overabundance Christ\'s perspectives indistinct Paul of Tarsus: criticized "cravings of the substance", abstinence better than marriage Augustine: desire was unique sin; intercourse inside marriage for propagation The Sex-for-Reproduction Legacy

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Protestant Reformation Martin Luther - estimation of sex inside marriage John Calvin - sex other than proliferation inside marriage Puritans - acknowledge sexual expression inside marriage Eastern & Mideastern Traditions Taoism - sex connected with profound development & amicability Hinduism - sexual joy is one way to otherworldly satisfaction Islam - contradicted to chastity, most astounding great is intercourse inside marriage The Sex-for-Reproduction Legacy

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The Sex-for-Reproduction Legacy Impact of present day contraception better techniques for contraception (sex without generation) > condoms, different gadgets, "pill" financial worries about huge families biological worries about vast families ripeness progresses (proliferation without sex)

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Ancient Hebrews exceptionally specific parts in the Bible Christianity Paul of Tarsus, Genesis to legitimize ladies\' submissive part reaffirmed particular roles Middle Ages Contradictory pictures of ladies Virgin Mary (Madonna) as humane, defensive, immaculate, unattainable, "elegant adoration" Eve (the prostitute) as underhanded, seductress, prompting 200 years of witch-chases The Gender Role Legacy

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Protestant Reformation Enlightenment, investigative realism Temporary  in appreciation for ladies Victorian Era ladies esteemed for delicacy, limited & obliged ladies "..not bothered with sexual sentiments of any sort" enthusiastic & physical separation between spouse & wife prostitution thrived The Gender Role Legacy

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The Gender Role Legacy twentieth Century suffrage development - ladies\' entitlement to vote, moderation development, annulment of subjection, right to claim property & go to college World War II - parts were extended & adaptable Postwar come back to stricter parts 1960s development for sex correspondence "A freed lady is one who has intercourse before marriage and an occupation after" Gloria Steinem

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Social Norms - all social orders direct sexual conduct standards or principles shift crosswise over societies China -  prohibitive pre-1990s absence of information A & P, repro, infection 23% school guys, 12% females admit to intercourse, half preventative use Islamic Middle East in light of Muhammad sex delighted in by both genders ladies characteristically more sexual than men, energy to be contained by cloak, isolation, female circumcision marriage organized, male beneficiary essential objective female miscreants & male gay people extremely rebuffed Cross-Cultural Perspective: Social standards & sexual differences

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Sweden open, loose dispositions fairness for men & ladies government supported sex training, family arranging administrations, authorized premature birth, parental leave low rates of adolescent pregnancy, high rates of unmarried couples living respectively Diversity in U.S. Local Americans Asian-Americans Latino-Americans African-Americans Euro-Americans Cross-Cultural Perspective: Social standards & sexual assorted qualities

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Cross-Cultural Perspective: Social standards & sexual differences Other contemplations incredible assorted qualities inside gatherings might be more comparative than various cultural assimilation level financial level ethnicity instruction level religious convictions

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Sexuality: Personal or Public Domain? Singular flexibility & obligation Cultural Diversity Rapid Advances - mental understanding, investigative examination, regenerative innovation, interchanges/media Unfortunate Consequences - STI/Ds, adolescent pregnancy Legal & Social Debates - premature birth enactment; privileges of gay people; erotic entertainment & prostitution; sex ed; restriction on the Internet

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