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Maticka-Tyndall argues that sexual education programs could better fit withthose for whom they are designed if:
The medicalization of female sexuality is an important theme in this module. Forsomething to be considered "medicalized," it must be:
ANSWER:FalseMoral panics about girls in the United States have historically focused onmonitoring girls' sexuality.
One's sexual identity is defined by the sexual acts one participates in.
Our orientation to the class offered the following "take home" point:
Rape culture beliefs (such as the idea that men are "naturally" more sexuallyaggressive), normalize the coercive behaviors (such as getting women drunk andblocking doors) that are used by male students in Armstrong's study to getwomen to have sex with them.
Rape is an insignificant factor driving the AIDS epidemic, and this is especiallytrue of political conflict zones.
Rape supportive myths exploit cultural narratives, such as the idea that "daterape" is not "real" rape or "no means yes," contributing to a shift inresponsibility from the _____________ onto the _______________.
________________ refers to the common belief that men's and women'sattitudes, personalities, etc. are different because they were born that way, andthat gendered body differences are universal,trans-historical, and permanent.
________________ refers to the division between radical (anti-pornography) andsex-radical (sex-positive) feminists which occurred within the women's liberationmovement.
Research suggests that approximately what percentage of U.S. women have everexperienced partner violence?
The risk of infant genital surgery, when done to assign gender, includes:
Romantic scripts such as "prince charming" and "waiting for the one" arecarefully embedded within many contemporary mediated scripts of sexuality.
Sex education films often convey a ____________________ message regardingfemale sexuality, thus creating a social context conducive to the suppression offemale sexual desire, pleasure, and initiative.
Sex positive feminism is the form of feminism thatuncritically accepts prevalentdiscourses on female sexuality.
The sexual double standard lies at the root of many forms of gender-basedstigma. Separate standards for sexual comportment, and gendered differences inconsequences, can mean that women, in relation to men, are more likely toexperience ___________________ as the result of a damaged sexual reputation
Sexual identities exist within a socially constructed _____________________ thatcategorizes some sexual identities as socially acceptable and "normal" whilecategorizing others as "abnormal" or socially unacceptable.

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