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Infancy (0-2) In Utero o Males have erections o Pleasure from sucking Capable of sexual response o Pelvic thrusting o Orgasm Masturbation o Rub or manually stimulate o Orgasm rare Curiosity (12-15 months) o First signs of playing “doctor”, more common in early childhood o Genital play Early Childhood (3-8) Masturbation o Touching own private parts o Parental response: “Don’t touch down there” Teaching them it is bad
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We should: Set boundaries Redirect behavior Apply own values, beliefs o Male – Female Playing doctor Showing each other their parts Kissing, hugging o Same sex behavior Doesn’t necessarily determine sexual orientation later in life Preadolescence (9-13) Increase self consciousness, boys are dorks, girls have cooties Masturbation o Kinsey  Boys are more likely than girls 45% of males, 15% of females by age of 13 o Incidence depends on environment, cultural, religious components Male – Female o Typically showing parts, sometimes with touching o Attraction develops more as puberty approaches Same Sex
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o Exploratory o Touching o At this stage, spend most time with same sex Typically learn most from peers Taught in context of fear vs healthy, loving relationships Most sex ed programs discuss: o No data to support education encourages sexual activity Parental Approach: o Be “askable” o Use appropriate language o o Don’t overwhelm them o Encourage them to talk about sex o Respect privacy Adolescence Sexual Behavior o Masturbation – most common outlet, more common with boys Male – Female o Less likely to use contraception in early teens o Petting – exploring, bring pleasure, avoid pregnancy o Oral Sex – increase with age o Sex – “first time”, women more likely to feel disappointed and guilty Incidence increases 15-20% each year Why? Hormones o Feel ready, curious o Pressure o Conformity o Pleasure o Affection 48% women 25% men 
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Chapter 14 – Sexuality in Adulthood 17:39 Polyandry
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Chapter 14 – Sexuality in Adulthood 17:39 A woman who has multiple husbands Polygamy A man who has multiple wives Infidelity Extramarital sex o Sexual relations between a married person and someone other than the  spouse Conventional Adultery o Extramarital sex that is kept hidden from one’s spouse Consensual Adultery o Extramarital sex that is engaged in openly with the knowledge and  consent of one’s spouse
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2011 for the course FAS 332 taught by Professor Christopher during the Fall '09 term at ASU.

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