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Question 12 0 out of 0.5 points Brazilian waxes, breast implants, and cardio striptease classes, can be best defined as: Selected Answer: an example of radical feminism Answers: an example of the porno-ization of culture an example of the medicalization of sexuality an example of radical feminism
Answer Feedback: radical feminists tend to be deeply critical of these practices, as they see them as compliance with social norms that support patriarcy Question 13 0.5 out of 0.5 points The ‘therapeutic regulation of sex’ that McGann describes in “Healing (Disorderly) Desire” (2006) is an example of social control that relies on opaque dichotomies, such as those of health/illness and normality/abnormality. Answers:
Question 14 0.5 out of 0.5 points “It’s easier in a repressed culture to have a disorder than go to a sex store and get a vibrator,” Liz Canner, the director of “Orgasm, Inc.,” said in Howard’s 2011 New York Times article. This quote demonstrates:
sexuality Answers: The medicalization of women’s sexuality The popularity of vibrators The commodification of women’s sexuality The porno-ization of culture Question 15 0 out of 0.5 points In “In Search of (Better) Sexual Pleasure” (2005), Virginia Braun examined data from BOTH the media AND from speaking to actual surgeons in her article to better understand how FGCS is socially constructed and framed as enhancing female sexual pleasure, specifically orgasm. Answers:
Question 16 0 out of 0.5 points The medical model of sex / sexuality includes the following components: Selected Answer: a response to violations of gender and sexuality rules through sexual/social control (“treatment”, “therapy”) Answers: a view of the body as a hydraulic sexual machine, with an innate, natural essence or drive “contained in" and "released from" the body a response to violations of gender and sexuality rules through sexual/social control (“treatment”, “therapy”) the moral authority to define / classify deviant sexuality as sick or as healthy all of the above
Question 17 0 out of 0.5 points The documentary “Orgasm, Inc.” investigates Female Sexual Dysfunction from the perspective that it is:
Answer: Both A and B equally Answers: A medical issue A commercial invention that exploits and reinforces the idea that women’s sexual dissatisfaction stems from medical or biological issues rather than social or cultural ones Both A and B equally

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