SEXUALITY 2Question 1All over the world, different people have different attitudes towards sex. As an example, some people can only have sex using the missionary position style i.e. the woman lying down on her back, facing the man who is on her top. This has been adopted since Christian Missionaries revealed to people that other styles were unnatural. On the other hand, other people prefer using a variety of different positions. Different people get more arousal differently, either by good breasts, chest, buttocks and more others. Different cultures have different sexual attractiveness regarding to the part of the body that is more erotic. Abkhazian men are more aroused by women’s armpits; in New Guinea and on Celebes Islands knee is more erotic, whereas in the United States armpits provoke negative attitudes towards sexuality (King, 1999).Depending on these different approaches, as a community we accept that there exists a cultural diversity, and we should not regard others as abnormal in a case where their behaviors fall within what we refer to as the normal range of response. The normal sex behavior in a community is well defined by the community that one is living hence there is no specification describing the normal sex behavior. Therefore, a society’s behavior should not be regarded as normal or correct, whereas others are termed as abnormal (King, 1999).Question 2In human male reproductive system, sperms are produced within seminiferous tubules by a process known as spermatogenesis. In early childhood, primordial germ cells in the testes differentiate into immature cells known as spermatogonia that become active at puberty. Reaching puberty, male reproductive hormones stimulate division of the spermatogonia cells by
SEXUALITY 3mitosis. Spermatids formed from spermatogenesis develop by a process known as spermiogenesis to a mature sperm (King, 1999). The sperm head contains acrosome, an enzyme that aids in sperm penetration to a female gamete. The middle part has numerous mitochondria that provide the sperm with energy (ATP), and the tail has a flagellum for locomotion.