Human Sexuality -- Chapter 11.docx - Jan 17 – Human sexuality notes Late Adolescence Males discuss with males more than females discuss it together

Human Sexuality -- Chapter 11.docx - Jan 17 – Human...

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Jan 17 – Human sexuality notes: Late Adolescence: - Males discuss with males more than females discuss it together. Mixed Sex Behavior: - Receiving > men, giving > women (blank) - Most are satisfied with their sexual activity. - 4 categories in particular of where people are at – active unprotected, satisfied, inactive, pressured. o Active = biggest group that they found. o Satisfied = tended to use barrier methods and precautions o Inactive = not always preparing for it o Pressured = people who feel coerced in a way – is on a spectrum. - Chart on hooking up: o Looks at whether or not there is a friendship involved when individuals are hooking up in university. Casual sex: - Orgasm gap (blank) – one partner is having an orgasm and the other is not. More often the male in a heterogeneous relationship. Sexual script related to casual sex is different than sex within a relationship. - Not tremendous satisfaction of the sex. - Awareness that there is supposed to be more of an equal structure. Not fair to call women a slut for having multiple sex partners. But the idea if men have this, they are not seen in a negative manner. o Still in people’s minds, but it is not verbalized as much. Gender: - Challenged in modern times (blank). - May see double standards when it comes to divorce – more likely to expect a man to have the affair and not the woman. - Young adulthood – Jane the Virgin clip about the flower. Young adulthood: - Interpersonal marketplace (blank) - From a baby until the day you die you are a sexual being. - Asexual – don’t feel the sexual urges. Sexual development includes: - Learning to communicate is often not taught and needs to be. Should be mandated in early relationships because communications are often the biggest reasons relationships dissolve. Especially in regard to sex. - Not be swayed by someone who thinks they know more or better. Media influence: - Clip: not masturbating – dominant message in it is that men need to masturbate every day and women don’t. - Clip (engaged/getting married): Father sees his daughter as too young to be married is the dominant message.
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Definitions: - Heterosexism: o Blank = homophobia is life threatening - Chaste: o Blank = celibacy may be used in a religious context. - Singlism: o Stigma around being single esp. while being a woman. No sex: - Blank = aromantic/asexual identification Sex and the Single Person: - Committed relationship ideology (blank) - Clip: almost better to be with someone who is just okay than no one at all – that is the committed relationship ideology. - Age of marriage is going up now. People being single by choice and choose a job where they’re busy. Not married, but in a relationship: - Common-law status if in a conjugal relationship at least one year (blank) Online dating: - Nothing is better advertising then individuals with direct experience + success.
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