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Discussion Board Forum 2 Topic: Sexual Development Question/Prompt: Pick 1 of the 2 questions below to answer for your Discussion Board this module/week: Based on this module/week’s reading and presentations, what are some of the major differences between males and females? Consider the physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual aspects of each gender. How do these differences impact marriage both positively and negatively? In your opinion, what is the biggest hindrance and biggest help in developing a healthy view of one's sexuality? Consider the influence of parents, church, the media, peers, trauma, etc. on sexual identity development. How has your opinion changed after considering the course materials? Submit your thread by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Friday and your replies to at least 2 classmates' threads by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday. Discussion Board Forum 2 Topic: Sexual Development Based on this module/week’s reading and presentations, what are some of the major differences between males and females? Consider the physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual aspects of each gender. How do these differences impact marriage both positively and negatively?
differences. To begin with it is basically common knowledge that men and women are physically, emotionally, relationally, and spirituality different, the first thing that comes to mind is that physically women unlike men have a menstrual cycle, they also are able to become pregnant, and then they can produce need nutrients for their new born child by way of lactation. Another physical aspect that sets women apart from men is that of the vagina. The vagina is not only far more complex than the male penis which unlike the female vagina only essentially serves two purposes. While the vagina was designed to be a receptacle for the sperm and seminal fluid of the man, the vagina is also the home of the clitoris which is “the only organism in the human anatomy designed solely for receiving and transmitting sexual stimuli” (Penner & Penner, 2003, p.48), and I must admit that this aspect surprised me because we are always told that the male penis in light of the ejaculatory system that the penis was designed solely for receiving and transmitting sexual stimuli, which is not completely true as the Penner & Penner (2003) pointed out women where the ones created by God with a part specially designed sexual pleasure. Think about the fact that sexually men and women are miles apart especially when it

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