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Self imposed gender segregation continuesd.(Erotic) Love mapsa.Grow much more rich and complexi.Expectations concerning emotional, sensual and sexual aspects of relationships b.Emerging sense of self as a sexual being c.Experience of sexuality as good vs. bad reflected on internalized value label For Adolescence (ages 13-18)a.Coming of age ceremonies in different culturesa.Jewish – bar mitvahfor boys and bat mitvahfor girls when children turn 13, right around the time for pubertyb.Hispanic – quinceanera, catholic celebration for girls who turn 15 and remained virginsb.What are the effects of porn use on teenagers?c.Super peer theory (negative impact)a.Characters on TV are ultra-glamorous and appealing to us and since these people serve as role models, some teens will become prematurely sexualized.i.As a result, girls often begin to believe that they needto be and to appear sexually competent, reflecting
the unrealistic images to which they are constantly exposed. d.Faith based programsa.Aimed at reducing teen sexual behavior and raising this figure by encouraging teens to take a "vow" to be sexually abstinent until marriageb.Virginity pledge programsi.Have zero effects on sexual activityii.Teens who do have sex later deny ever having taken pledgesiii.By insisting on a definition of virginity that is limitedto penis in vagina sex, these programs project their own arbitrary heteronormative definitions onto teensexualityiv.Virginity pledge programs increase the risk of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, since teens are less prepared when they inevitably find themselves breaking their vow.c.Abstinence-only programsi.Have absolutely no effect d.Comprehensive sex education programsi.Discuss the risks of sex in the context of how to use, and where to buy, contraception do not reduce the frequency of teen sex, but do make teens more likely to engage in it safely. Unfortunately, are funded in fewer than 20 U.S. States.3.Child Sexual Abuse a.Definitiona.Any sexual behavior between an adult and minor. Dominant, powerful position of adult/older teen that allows them to force child into sexual activity.i.Sexual touching between children can also be sexual abuse when there is a significant age difference between the children or if children are in different stages of psychological development.b.Conditions of child sexual abusea.Involves non-consensual sexi.Sexual activity involving lack of, or inability for, informed consent based on physical, legal, social capacities or mores. Often relies on grooming ii.Emotionally healthy sexual behavior is consensualand egalitarian– equal knowledge and poweriii.Truly informed consent is only possible between individuals from the same level of psychosexual development.
iv.Greater poweralways lies with the individual of more advanced psychosexual developmentc.What is the most commonly reported age for child sexual abuse?