Negotiation w opposite sex in sexual interactions c Coming of age ceremonies in

Negotiation w opposite sex in sexual interactions c

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Negotiation w/ opposite sex in sexual interactionsc.Coming of age ceremonies in different culturesa.Jewish:i.Bar mitvah (boys), bat mitvah(girl), when age of 13ii.Celebration combining religious.b.Hispanics:i.Quinceanera: a catholic celebration for girls who turn 15 and have remained virgins.d.What are the effects of porn use on teenagers?a.First view, boy 13, girl 14b.93% male college before 18, 62 % female
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c.It paints a wildly unrealistic view of what anatomy, sex, pleasure, relationships and sexual consent are liked.e.Super peer theory:a.The characters presented in the media who often appear as ultra-glamorous and incredibly sexually sophisticated, serve as role model for many young girls, causing them to become prematurely sexualizedf.Faith based programs:a.Virginity pledge programs:i.Such as True Love Waits, Silver Ring have zero effect on sexual activityii.Increases the risk of teen pregnancyb.Abstinence-only Programsi.No effect c.Comprehensive sex education programs:i.Have sex more safely3.Child Sexual Abuse a.Definition:a.Abuse that involves any form of sexual contact b/t an adult and minor. Dominant, powerful adult/ older teens that force a child in to sexual activity. b.Sexual touching b/t children that have significant age difference, or children at different psychological development stage. b.Child sexual abuse involves:a.Non-consensual sexi.Lack of or inability of informed consent based on physical, legal, social capacities. Rely on grooming b.Healthy sexual behavior:i.Consensual, equal knowledge and powerc.Conditions of child sexual abusea.The child is less than 16 and at least four years younger than the adultb.The adult is older than 13 and at least 4 years older than the childc.Both are same age, but the adult is at higher psychological stage than the child.
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d.What is the most commonly reported age for child sexual abuse?a.1 in 10 experienced child sexual abuse (24.8% male, 75.2% female)b.Most common b/t age 7-10e.High-risk environments for child sexual abuse?f.What are the most common behaviors involved in child sexual abuse?a.Inappropriate touching (genital most common)b.Removing clothc.Genital fondlingd.Masturbatione.Any sort of penetrationf.Oral sexg.Intercourse h.Psychological sexual abuse:i.Inappropriate exposureg.Consequences of child sexual abuse?a.Delayed, distorted psycho-sexual development b.Stigmatism: feeling abnormal, inference of blame, shame, damaged goodc.Betrayal: undermining trust, loss of innocence, world is toxic, harmfulplaced.Disempowerment: impaired individuation lead to the victim is more likely to abuse.-Most damaging long-term effects occur when:oForced sexoRepeated sexual contactoAbuser was family memberoSexual penetrationh.Child sexual abuse prevention programs:a.Teaching children about sexuality in an age-appropriate wayb.Teaching children that certain type of touching is not okc.Teaching them where to go, who to tell, what to do.
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