05 out of 05 points hilary howards 2011 new york

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0.5 out of 0.5 points Hilary Howard's 2011 New York Times article "Vibrators Carry the Conversation" argues that: Selected Answer: Vibrators are becoming increasingly acceptable for women to talk openly about and to purchase Answers: Vibrators are becoming increasingly acceptable for women to talk openly about and to purchase Vibrators are so popular that 'inconspicuous consumption' involving discreet packaging and confidentiality, is no longer an issue for the vibrator industry
The popularity of vibrators is threatening to men None of the above Question 14 0.5 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 15 0.5 out of 0.5 points 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. Answers:
Question 16 0.5 out of 0.5 points Within “raunch” culture or what is sometimes referred to as the “porno-ization” of culture, women are expected to appear sexy and perform pleasure, but are NOT expected to actually experience sexual pleasure. Answers:
Question 17 0.5 out of 0.5 points Which of the following is true of the Human Sexual Response Cycle (HSRC), which McGann calls the “iconic embodiment” of the medical model of sex (2006)? Selected Answer: All of the above are true of the HSRC
Answers: It has been critiqued for being androcentric and heteronormative It contributes to a limited understanding of ‘sex’ (penile- vaginal intercourse) as the cultural sexual ideal It frames other forms of sexual activity that do not lead to penile-vaginal intercourse as not the ‘real’ thing, and therefore constructs what should and should not be done during ‘normal sex’ All of the above are true of the HSRC
Question 18 0.5 out of 0.5 points 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.
Question 19 0.5 out of 0.5 points According to McGann’s “Healing (Disorderly) Desire” (2006), the major categories of sexual disorder in the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder (DSM) are neutral classifications that do not encode any normative assumptions of sexuality. Answers:
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