PSYCH 210 EXAM 2 Study Guide.docx - Psych 210 The Diversity of Human Sexuality EXAM I REVIEW Sexual Behavior 1 Sex and happiness a Sex with a partner

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Psych 210: The Diversity of Human Sexuality EXAM I: REVIEW Sexual Behavior 1. Sex and happiness a. Sex with a partner makes people happy during the act and also boost their ongoing level of happiness b. People don’t spend a lot of time having sex, but when they do it is their happiest time i. Paying for sex and extramarital sex decreases happiness ii. it makes no difference if sex or different sex in terms of these findings 2. Masturbation a. Education level i. Educated people masturbate more than uneducated people b. Partner status c. Negative attitudes toward 3. Kissing a. Kissing may or may not be sexual b. Kissing another’s lips or other body parts are common c. Kissing is not ubiquitous, globally 4. Sexual touching a. Necking: Kissing and sexual touch confined to the head and neck b. Petting: Touching naked skin below the neck; heavy petting refers to touching another person’s breasts and genitals c. Mutual masturbation: Two people stimulate each other’s genitals d. Outercourse: Sex without penetration e. Tribadism: When two women stimulate each other’s vulvas with thrusting f. Foreplay: Any behavior that is sexually pleasing and designed to increase arousal with another person g. Afterplay: Sexual behavior following coitus or orgasm 5. Oral sex a. Fellatio: mouth and penis i. Men report greater enjoyment of fellatio than women b. Cunnilingus: mouth and vulva i. Men enjoy giving oral sex more than women, but many women enjoy receiving oral sex c. Anilingus: mouth and anus d. Mutual oral sex: “69ing” 6. Coitus: penetration of the vagina and penis a. Missionary position: man on top; most commonly used position b. Woman on top
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c. Side-by-side position d. Rear-entry position 7. Anal sex: penetration of the anus by the penis; until recently was illegal in some states; heterosexual couples may practice anal sex to avoid pregnancy, to increase male stimulation, because the stimulation is arousing to the woman, or for the sake of variety 8. Sex toys a. Vibrators: provide vibratory stimulation b. Dildos: are designed to penetrate the vagina or anus c. Anal bead: d. Cock rings e. Masturbatory sleeves f. Erotic dolls g. Sex play: a catch-all phrase for activities that add spice and variety to sex 9. Sexual fantasies 10. Group sex 11. Sexual behavior and the law a. Criminal sex acts i. violation of consent: sexual assault, sexual abuse, sexual harassment (active/expressive) ii. violation of marriage: adultery, bigamy, fornication, lewd cohabitation, prostitution, group sex, promiscuity (chaste/active) iii. violation of procreation” (sodomy), masturbation, oral, anal, home/hetero acts, birth control, se toys, unconventional sex practices (Abstinent) b. Cohabitation: two or more people, in an intimate relation, who live together and share a common domestic life but neither joined by marriage or civil union, (illegal in 3 states: Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina) c. Adultery: sex outside of marriage; illegal in 21 sates; most relevant in divorce cases d. Sodomy laws: understood by courts to include anal sex, oral sex, and bestiality (non-heterosexual persons particularly targeted i.
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