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Signed by Bush 1990: prohibits occupational discrimination in workplaces with over 15 employees, prohibits discrimination in publicly run programs like bussing, private businesses open to public must make buildings accessible phone and internet accommodations (for speech and hearing impaired) -But FAU elevators break in SO, etc - lots of place not in compliance AGE AND SEX 25. What kinds of sexual behaviors do fetuses and infants exhibit? (sucking, pelvic thrusting, masturbation, orgasm): INFANCY: 0 TO 2 YEARS OLD -Fetuses and infants exhibit range of sexual behaviors -Fetuses of both sexes suck their fingers, which preps them for nourishment (breastfeeding), and infants appear to enjoy sucking anything (fingers, nipple, pacifier, anything) -Male fetuses have erections in utero - some male infants are born with erection -Parents who touch their infant's genitals while washing may discover the infant smiling or becoming excited -Pelvic thrusting has been observed in infants 8 to 10 months of age - typically, infant clings to parent, nuzzles, thrusts, and rotates the pelvis for several seconds -Some infants seem capable of involuntary muscular contractions that resemble orgasm - baby boys orgasm (no ejaculation) at 5 months, girls at 4 months -Some infants masturbate around 5 months, by rubbing against a soft object like bedding, towel, or doll - as they develop sensorimotor coordination, they may prefer manual stimulation -Children show sexual curiosity around 12 to 15 months - such as wanting to watch parent take shower or bath -Children age 2 do genital play with other kids, like patting buttocks and investigating/kissing etc others' genitals 26. How do 3 and 4-year olds commonly express affection?: 3 and 4 year olds commonly express affection through kissing -Kids show each other genitals, touch each other's genitals, masturbate together -Kids often engage in same sex behavior, but does not foreshadow adult sexual orientation - in fact, it may be more common than hetero play - typically involves handling each other's genitals, although it may include oral or anal contact 27. At this stage, is same-sex sex behavior usually linked to that individual's sexual orientation later in life?: No link between adolescent masturbation and sexual adjustment in adulthood 28. Same Sex Behavior in Preadolescents: More common than hetero behavior - touching each other's genitals or mutual masturbation - does not reflect orientation
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29. Male-Female Sex Behavior in preadolescents: Mutual display of genitals, either with or without touching 30. What is the primary means of achieving orgasm in preadolescence?: Masturbation: is the primary means of achieving orgasm during this stage for both boys and girls - adolescent males are more likely to masturbate than adolescent females, because of social norms that say it's more acceptable or normal for males 31. Do sexually active teens use contraception? What factors are linked to whether or not contraception is used?: In U.S. around 7% of young women between ages 15 and 19 get pregnant each year

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