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Sexual Psychology 4300 Perspectives on sexuality Text - psychosocial Instructor - psychoanalytic Human sexuality measured by: Unconscious factors mainly o Conflicts within our minds influence our sexuality Our cultural Legacy Ancient Hebrews o Intercourse opposed before marriage but valued after marriage o Women are viewed as more sexual than men Early Christianity o Intercourse opposed before marriage Protestant reformation Victorian era China and India has very well developed marriage/sex manuals Sexual behavior got very restrictive with the communist takeover and stayed that way until the 90’s Hardly any STD’s before the 1990’s - supposedly. “If I don’t look it’s not there” Sex for Procreation – to have sex just for the purpose of creating new life They think that’s where we are culturally Not helpful Gender Role Legacy – script that says men do this and women do that etc etc
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Unformatted text preview: Contemporary • Sigmund Freud • Havlock Ellis • Alfred Kinsey • Masters & Johnson • Penicillin in 1942 • “The Pill” in 1960 – oral contraceptives Condoms were already invented - very thick and not comfortable • First “test tube baby” in 1978 • Aids in 1981 • Clinton-Lewinsky in 1997 Scandal XD • “Don’t ask – Don’t tell” repealed in 2011 1991 Student Survey • Sanders, S. & Reinisch, J. (1999) Would you say you ‘had sex’ if…? → Deep kissing → Touch breast → Oral-genital Sexual Psychology 4300 • Over 40% believe this to be sex → Penile-vaginal intercourse • 19% of people believe that intercourse is not having sex Thursday, September 08, 2011 • Spiritual Midwifery – Ina May Gaskin •...
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