PGS 222 Test 2

PGS 222 Test 2 - Study Guide Exam # 2 PGS 222 Spring, 2008...

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Study Guide Exam # 2 PGS 222 Spring, 2008 Chapter 1 according to authors, which are most powerful forces governing sexuality Religion, culture, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, education, and acculturation. in reviewing religious & secular leaders of past, which view sex as sinful & which do not In Judaism sex was celebrated in marriage. During the Victorian Era, women were considered asexual. Therefore the husbands were allowed to sleep around and then come back home to their wives. Freud said that women are NOT asexual. sexual rights (in prologue) 1. The right to sexual freedom 2. The right to sexual autonomy, sexual integrity, and safety of the sexual body 3. The right to sexual privacy 4. The right to sexual equity 5. The right to sexual pleasure 6. The right to emotional sexual expression 7. The right to sexually associate freely 8. The right to make free and responsible reproductive choices 9. The right to sexual information based upon scientific inquiry 10.The right to comprehensive sexuality education
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2008 for the course PGS 222 taught by Professor Spencer during the Spring '07 term at ASU.

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PGS 222 Test 2 - Study Guide Exam # 2 PGS 222 Spring, 2008...

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