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You, Sex, and Sexuality Chapter 10 Sexual Scripts 0. ________________ determine: 0. With ________________ we can engage in sexual relations 1. ________________ we engage in sexual relations 2. ________________ we have sex 3. ________________ we have sex 4. ________________ we have sexual relations Levels of Sexual Scripts ________________ scenarios – recognize influences such as family of origin,  communities, etc. ________________ scenarios – recognize how different people interact and relate ________________ scripts – account for individual desires, fantasies, emotions and  intentions Biological Contributions to Sexuality 1. Infancy (birth to 2 years) –newborns have to ability to respond sexually 2. Early Childhood (2 – 6 years) – attachment bond assists in beginning  of  gender development 3. Middle Childhood (7 – 11) – experimentation with masturbation 0. Adolescence (12 – 21) – sexual maturation occurs, menstruation occurs  for girls, seminal emissions occur for boys, hormone levels increase 1. Early Adulthood (22+) – a time of exploration through dating relationships 2. Middle Adulthood (30+) – 30s and 40s married couples enjoy sex,  between 40 and 60 women experience menopause, males experience a  decrease in testosterone Adolescents and Sexuality 4. By the numbers . . . 5. ________________ have had sex by their 18 th  birthday 6. ________________ have had sex in the last month 7. ________________ of sexually active teens have had more than one  partner in the period of a year The Science of Sexual Response Early Researchers 1
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8. ________________ – founder of the Institute for Research in Sex, Gender  and Reproduction at Indiana University 9. ________________ and________________ – scientifically measured  sexual response in men and women Female Sexual Response 10. ________________ phase – vaginal lubrication, vagina expands, 
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