EDP363_Exam1Review - EXAM 1 REVIEW *Phallus -the male...

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EXAM 1 REVIEW * Phallus -the male symbol of sex and potency -became associated with displays of aggression. * temple prostitutes -Women in many ancient cultures who would have sex with worshippers at pagan temples to provide  money for the temple or as a form of worshipping the god. -Egypt was the first civilization to eliminate sexual intercourse and prostitution as part of temple  worship. * homoerotic -Artistic or literary works that focus on the sexual or love relations between members of the same sex. - ideal love in the ancient Greek culture. * Yin & Yang -The Chinese belief that the universe is run by the interaction of two fundamental principles- one (yin)  negative, passive, weak, yielding, and female, and the other (yang) positive, assertive, active, strong,  and male. -make up Chinese philosophy “the Tao” -sexuality is a natural procreative process, a joining of the yin and yang, the masculine and feminine  principles.  * polygamy -The practice of men or women marrying more than one partner
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EDP363_Exam1Review - EXAM 1 REVIEW *Phallus -the male...

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