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Question 2 0. Question : According to Heather Hartley (2006) the shift from ‘Strategy I’, securing FDA approval for a woman’s sex drug, to ‘Strategy II’, the off-label prescribing of men’s sex drugs to women, demonstrates: Student Answer: The desire to circumvent the FDA-approval process altogether The importance of media marketing of female sex
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drugs The focus on testosterone as the 'hormone of desire' A shift from FSD ‘being about’ arousal problems to ‘being about’ desire problems Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 2 1. Question : The New View Campaign, as Hartley argues (2006), as well as films such as “Orgasm, Inc.,” are example of the growing ______________ that seeks to challenge harmful corporate practices, such as the medicalization of women’s sexuality.
Points Received: 0 of 1 Comments: Question 2 2. Question : According to Virginia Braun, the psychological problems often invoked to explain (pre-FGCS) sexual impediments, such as genital anxiety or self-consciousness, do not reflect broader negative sociocultural representations of women’s genitalia.
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Question 2 3. Question : 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.
Answe r: Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 2 4. Question : Women possessing the freedom to be sexually provocative or promiscuous and participate in ‘raunch’ culture means that women have achieved gender equality and can be considered fully liberated and empowered, rather than oppressed. Studen t Answe r: True False
Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 2 5. Question : Why did many feminists see masturbation as an important component of female liberation?
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