What biological factors might make women more

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What biological factors might make women more vulnerable to sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in comparison with men?
Maticka-Tyndall argues that sexual education programs could better fit with those for whom they are designed if:
Structural violence means:
Jessica Field's (2007) research on sexuality education shows that lessons about female sexual pleasure violate widely held social tenets about how sexual knowledge has nothing to do with male sexual vulnerability.
Which of the following is/are reason(s) why women's morbidity rates due to sexually transmitted diseases such as Chlamydia are much greater than men's, according to the World Health Organization report (2009)?
As Sternheimer (2010) notes, industrialization led to courtship being taken out of the private sphere and into the public sphere because:
QUIZ 2 Adults spent more time away from home and were less often supervising children. Adults and teens were increasingly separated since economic changes led to higher rates of college and high school attendance Which of the following characterizes the world of sexuality according to Karen Sternheimer in her 2010 article "Fear of Sex: Do the Media Make Them Do It?"
The declining ability of adults to control children's knowledge about sex has created a high level of fear and this fear is often focused on popular culture
In Vickery's (2009) article analyzing responses and discussions on a message board dedicated to single hood, which of the following discourses are present and are being reproduced?
The "prince charming" fairy tale narrative.

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