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49. Same-Sex Partner's Invisible Intimacy: Like interracial couples, homosexual couples also experience invisible intimacy. -This means that if a gay couple is seen not being intimate with each other then people will not think they are in a relationship. -These couples violate both U.S. conventions of monoraciality and of heterosexuality and many Americans are not conditioned to recognize romantic intimacy outside these conventions MANDERSON 50. What is the Manderson study's sample?: 32 people took part in the survey -All of the participants were Australian-born and/or english-speaking○Of the participants, 11 were male, 21 were female, between the ages of 24-82. 75% were married or in a relationship, 78% had children -Information was gathered via face-to-face interviews, questionnaire returns, cassettes and letters. -Of the 32 participants involved in the study, 18 of them did a face-to-face interview -Done over one to two sessions, the interviews lasted between two to five hours. 14 of the participants responded to a questionnaire
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-The questionnaires included the given person's demographic, medical data, experiences of surgery, along with answers to open-ended questions -Some participants chose to record their responses with a cassette tape provided by the conductors of the study 51. What is stoma surgery?: Surgery to close or remove the urethra or anus (and/or rectum) -People have surgery because: Congenital reasons (ex. Anorectal or urethral malformations) Bladder cancer, spinal cord injuries, colorectal cancer, intestinal blockage or internal injury, inflammatory bowel disease (ex. Crohn's disease) or intestinal abscess 52. What were challenges of disguising/dealing with the bag?: Many men and women who participated in the study, that have had the stoma surgery, have feelings of loneliness and depression. -They also face dilemmas that impose an emotional and social burden. -Stoma surgery reduces the risk of accidents but does not eliminate them. -People with stomas are mindful of their bodies. -Many of the participants said they were afraid of the bag falling off, being noisy or having a smell during sex. 53. What were challenges of feeling sexy?: Many had discomfort with the stoma appearance -Some patients felt a sense of loss of control -Some patients even isolated themselves from social and sexual activities due to constant worry -The changed body image may have a big impact on the patients psychological wellbeing MULLIS AND BAUNACH 54. Ancient Greeks: Ancient Greek system of pederasty, meaning "the love of boys"
56. Polynesian Island of Mangia:

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