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Course Number: SPE 358, 2009

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SEX TALK TYPES OF SEX TALK 3 COMMUNICATION WITH PARTNER Talk About Sex Talk For Sex 3 COMMUNICATION WITH OTHERS OUTSIDE THE RELATIONSHIP Talk About Sex Talk For Sex TOPICS OF SEX TALK FREQUENCY 3 BODILY SELF-DISCLOSURE 3 SIGNALING SEXUAL RECEPTIVENESS 3 SIGNALING SEXUAL RESPONSIVENESS 3 SIGNALING SEXUAL PREFERENCES 3 SIGNALING SEXUAL FANTASIES 3 COMMUNICATING PAST SEXUAL EXPERIENCES 3...

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TALK TYPES SEX OF SEX TALK 3 COMMUNICATION WITH PARTNER Talk About Sex Talk For Sex 3 COMMUNICATION WITH OTHERS OUTSIDE THE RELATIONSHIP Talk About Sex Talk For Sex TOPICS OF SEX TALK FREQUENCY 3 BODILY SELF-DISCLOSURE 3 SIGNALING SEXUAL RECEPTIVENESS 3 SIGNALING SEXUAL RESPONSIVENESS 3 SIGNALING SEXUAL PREFERENCES 3 SIGNALING SEXUAL FANTASIES 3 COMMUNICATING PAST SEXUAL EXPERIENCES 3 INTIATION/REJECTIONACCEPTANCE OF SEX TALK MALES INITIATE EARLY; FEMALES ACCEPT/REJECT 3 ESTABLISHED INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS REVEAL MORE PATTERNS COMPLEX SUITABLE TO THE TWO PERSON CULTURE 3 3 DUE TO MUTUALITY OF THE PROCESS, ROLES OF INITIATOR AND RESPONDER DIFFICULT TO ASSESS, e.g., always have sex on Saturday morning...or one shows general "interest" but other actually initiates MEANINGS OF SEX TALK MULTI-MEANING NATURE OF SEX ITSEL...

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