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QUESTION 10 1. Why did many feminists see masturbation as an important component of female liberation? Good mechanism for learning about one’s body and taking control of sexuality Contributes to the valorization of the vaginal orgasm Fosters a confidence in one’s sense of individuality and independence **both a and c
0.5 points QUESTION 11 1. The idea of a surgical ‘fix’ of sexual pleasure locates sexual pleasure at the level of the individual body, rather than in relation to a ‘fit’ between bodies and the practices they are engaged in, which disregards the particularities of sex, according to Braun (2005).
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an example of the medicalization of sexuality an example of radical feminism 0.5 points QUESTION 13 1. How has female masturbation been understood historically?
0.5 points QUESTION 14 1. The short film “The Perfect Vagina” looks at women’s dissatisfaction with the appearance of their vaginas as similar to their dissatisfaction with other parts of their bodies, like their breasts, stomachs, and legs, and argues that labioplasty is an extreme form of body modification, which is already acceptable for women (waxing, dyeing, etc.). **True False
0.5 points QUESTION 15 1. Why might it be harmful to think of the G-spot as the “holy grail” of female sexuality?
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