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Sex in Relationships

Sex in Relationships - Sexuality SexualOrientation...

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Sexuality  Sexual Orientation  Preferred partner choice Believed to be on a continuum  Heterosexism Set of beliefs that heterosexual relationships are  better than homosexual relationships Believe that their relationships are superior to gay  relationships 
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Intimacy  (intellectual, physical, emotional) Sex as pleasure bond Do with  each other, not for  each other Thermometer of relationship How satisfied are you?  When sex goes well, it is 15% of the relationship;  when sex goes badly it is 85% of the relatiosnship  
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Influence of Religion Cultural Influences 5 Psychosexual Stages (Freud) Oral Anal Phallic Latency Genital
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Universal Incest Taboos Forced Sexual Relations Differences Attractiveness Standards Sexual Behavior Sexual Attitudes
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Difficult to Research Sexual Behavior Representative Samples Reporting Minimizing or exaggerating truth
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  • Spring '09
  • PAYNE
  • Phallic stage, frequent sex, sex Married couples, Sexual Orientation  Heterosexism, Research Sexual Behavior, Religion Cultural Influences

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