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Soc152A Review Midterm

Soc152A Review Midterm - #1 03:46:00

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Soc152A Review Midterm #1 23/01/2009 03:46:00 5 Short answer questions and 6 multiple choice  only answer 4 short answers Midterms are worth a total of 20 points You are graded against what a good answer is – NOT just the bare minimum  Put down as much GOOD info as you can  READ THE QUESTIONS CAREFULLY AND ANSWER ALL PARTS  OF THE  QUESTION Test taking tips Write clearly! If we can’t read it, we can’t grade it You do not have to use paragraphs – lists are fine Known the proper vocab and use correct terminology whenever possible Sexinfo.com Location, structure, and function Chapter 2 – Women’s Bodies Vulva 1. entire external genital area in a woman 2. (see fig. 2.1 on pg. 26) Mons Veneris 1. often referred to as MONS 2. Fatty tissue covered by skin and pubic hair (see book for more info about  pubic hair on pg. 27) 3. Can be sexually stimulated – has many nerve endings
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Labia Majora 1. Also called OUTER LIPS 2. Extends from mons downward on either side of vulva 3. Padded with fatty tissue – partially covered with hair 4. Contains nerve endings – erotically sensitive Labia Minora  1. Also called INNER LIPS 2. Lie between labia majora – made of hairless skin 3. Filled with blood vessels/nerve endings – very erotically sensitive 4. During arousal swell and darken due to VASOCONGESTION 5. Labia minora meet at the front to form the clitoral hood 6. Space between the left and right labia minora = vestibule Important Structures in THE VESTIBULE: clitoris, the urethral opening and the  vaginal opening): Clitoris 1. Area in which the inner lips meet 2. Made up of spongy tissue – has internal and external portions: a. GLANS – small/sensitive, pearl sized knob at front of vestibule  whose nerves produce sexual arousal – visible portion b. SHAFT – 1 inch length – runs upward from glans, under the clitoral  hood  3. Both glans/shaft = erectile and have two cavernous bodies and a spongy  body that fill with blood (just like penis) 4. Continual, proper stimulation will produce orgasm  *Crura
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1. Internal extensions of clitoris ( give entire structure a wishbone type  shape) 2. About 3 inches long – enwrap portion of 3. URTETHRA/URETHRAL OPENING – area where urine is discharged out  of bladder Vestibular Bulbs 1. Internal portions of the clitoris 2. Curved erectile tissue that surround vestibule and underline labia minora 3. Become erect during sexual arousal – help lengthen/stiffen the vagina Vaginal Opening 1. Also called INTROITUS – rear of vestibule 2. Entrance to the vagina Hymen 1.
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