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Popular Culture’s Perceptions of Sexuality and Aging Popular Culture’s Perceptions of Sexuality and Aging Erica Price CHFD220 Professor Natasha Houston 12/17/2017 URL Retrieved from
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Popular Culture’s Perceptions of Sexuality and Aging The message of this cartoon to me is that the wife apparently loves the tv series “Sex and The City”, and this show is something that she can relate to as a woman. The show has 3 aging women who tackle the very social issues that women are experiencing in the world today with femininity, sexuality, safe sex, and being a bit promiscuous. So, with that being said this wife looks forward to her tv series which may lead her to feel sexy again. That saying “Stella got her groove back”, and since the show isn’t on tonight she isn’t feeling like she is in the mood/aroused. Then you have the husband asking if there will be sex in the suburbs tonight most likely because he noticed how that every time that show airs and his wife watches it, it lead to a happy night! From a man’s perspective there really aren’t a lot of moments where men turn down sex and a little sexual play time for men is always a plus/healthy and fun. Being that the show only airs once a week leads me to believe they may only have sex once a week and obviously the man notice that this show always gets the wife aroused and was looking forward to some sexual activities that night.
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