Soc 152a Lecture Notes

Soc 152a Lecture Notes - Human Sexuality Lecture 1 Course...

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Human Sexuality Lecture 1 16/01/2008 15:06:00 Course Assistants: Office- South Hall 4431E Meghan: 12:00pm- 2:00pm Jonathon: 11:45pm- 1:45pm CLAS: Student Resource Building (SRB) 3210 myclas.ucsb.edu/clas       Workshops during the second week of class Helpful Site www.sexinfoonline.com     Breakdown of the class… I. Anatomy and Physiology II. Psychology III. Birth Control and Abortion IV. Sociology of Human Sexuality Get reader (Xerox packet) from Alternative Copy Shop Vocabulary- Female 1. Vulva 2. Mons- Pressure and rubbing  3. Labia majora (major lips)
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4. Labia minora (minor lips) 5. Clitoris Glans Shaft 6. Clitoral hood Prepuce 7. Introitus Vaginal opening 8. Hymen 9. Perineum 10. Pelvic floor structures The pubococcygeus (PC) muscle is one of the more important pelvic floor  muscles 11. Vagina
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Human Sexuality Lecture 2 16/01/2008 15:06:00 Vocabulary- Female 12. Grafenberg spot (G-spot) Remnants in the female of the prostate gland which is only fully developed in  males Can cause intense pleasure for the woman, but some not at all Because it is right by the bladder, it is common for the female to ejaculate  when sexually aroused 13. Cervix- Bottom end of uterus with a hole leading to the uterus where sperm go  through 14. Uterus Three Walls of the Uterus: 15. Endometrium 16. Myometrium 17. Perimetrium 18. Fallopian tubes- Very small tube of complex structures from uterus to ovary;  about 4in long, tiny diameter 19. Cilia- Around walls, help move egg 20. Two ovaries 21. Ova (eggs) Mammograms- Harder for them to detect cancer in women with breast implants
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Anatomy- Male Average size penis is 6.5in Glans penis- the head of the penis “Glans”- literal translation “acorn” Frenulum- Skin from the shaft to the glans Erections Cavernous bodies (corpora cavernosa) i. Fill with blood with aroused, the top side of the penis Spongy body i. Last part to erect, surrounds the urethra ii. Makes up the glans Urethra- ejaculation and urine Crura i. Finger-like structures that attach cavernous bodies to pelvic bone Root (aka blub) i. Spongy bodies (the glans) leads to the bulb
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Human Sexuality Lecture 3 16/01/2008 15:06:00 Studies show uncircumsized males are 3x more likely to contract HIV or STIs Bacteria can get caught under foreskin Pediatrics leave the decision up to others for circumcision Smegma- cheesy substance from glands around the glans; what men must wash  away Muscles affecting the penis Seminiferous tubules- In the testicles, sperm Interstitial cells Epididymus- two
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course SOC 152A taught by Professor Baldwin during the Winter '08 term at UCSB.

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Soc 152a Lecture Notes - Human Sexuality Lecture 1 Course...

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