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All individuals are sexual beings throughout their

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Unformatted text preview: urse already n༆  This course will be a bird course n༆  My views are too (insert view here), this class might not be a good fit n༆  My sexuality won’t be represented here n༆  What can possibly be new and current in human sexuality? + Course policy ONE TIME WARNING: Sexually explicit material •  This course deals with potentially very personal and sensitive issues. Please show respect for each other, and guest speakers, at all times. As part of this, please ensure all cell phones/pagers are turned off or in silent mode. + Sex shapes society: Looking at the “who, what, where, when, & why’s” of sexology + What is ‘sex’? n༆  Biologist might say sexual behaviour consists of anything that increases the likelihood of a sperm and egg [email protected] ([email protected] focused) n༆  Alfred Kinsey defined sex as any behaviour that led to orgasm n༆  Textbook defi[email protected]: “Sexual behaviour is behaviour that produces arousal and increases the chance of orgasm” + Health Canada Principles to guide protection and promotion of sexual health of Canadians: 1.  All individuals are sexual beings throughout their lives 2. Individual autonomy and responsibility should guide all aspects of decision making 3. The greatest benefits will be achieved by emphasizing promotion of sexual and reproductive health and prevention...
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