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Question 6 0.5 out of 0.5 points Which of the following are examples of the denial of female sexual subjectivity within sexual education lessons? Selected Answer: Both a and b
Answers: Presenting disembodied clinical depictions of female genitalia which focus on reproductive organs Focusing on the physical dangers of engaging in sex Providing representations of the physiology of the clitoris Both a and b All of the above
Question 7 0.5 out of 0.5 points Which of the following can be considered components of sexual subjectivity?
Question 8 0.5 out of 0.5 points Today, more than half of international funding for AIDS prevention comes from the U.S. State Department and relies on the ABC framework (abstinence, being faithful, and condom use). According to Mukherjee (2010), this is problematic because it relies on the idea of personal choice and the agency to carry out those choices. Answers:
Question 9 0.5 out of 0.5 points According to a study by the American Psychiatric Association, girls who looked at objectifying material were more likely to have low self-esteem, to become depressed, and develop eating disorders, proving that the “toxic sexual culture” discussed in Sexy Inc. has real effects on girls.
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Question 10 0.5 out of 0.5 points Why might it be harmful to think of the G-spot as the “holy grail” of female sexuality? Selected Answer: All of the above. Answers: Emphasis on vaginal orgasmsprivileges heteronormative male-centered models of sexuality Clitoris is de-emphasized as a siteof female pleasure Women who do not experience vaginal orgasms may internalize the idea that they are not “naturally” sexual or that their bodies are “faulty” All of the above.
Question 11 0.5 out of 0.5 points The terms/concepts of “heterosexual” and “homosexual” have always existed in some way or another in every language, and in every historical period. The course material definitely does NOT make the argument that these identity categories arose within a particular historical / social setting. Answers:

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