FSHD 450 Sexuality in the US in the 20th century Progressive era (1910-19) 1. Women in the work force and meaning for sexual expression a. Extensions of their family origins b. Father was predominately in control c. Then passed from Father to Husband d. T
FSHD 450 SEXUAL PROBLEMS AND DISORDERS 1. Two types of sexual disorderssexual deviations and sexual dysfunctions 2. Definitions and characteristics a. Sexual deviations are characterized by arousal in response to sexual objects that are not part of normat
FSHD 450 Lecture outline April 2nd & 7th
1. The other side of intimacy relational conflict 2. Five components of conflict a. Differences of opinion i. The big five 1. sex, attention, affection 2. tasks within the relationship 3. money 4. communication 5.
FSHD 450 SEXUALITY WITHIN THE RELATIONAL CONTEXT March 12, 2009 1. Key question: What is happening in relationships when sex occurs? 2. Range of relationships within which sex occurs from casual sex to intimacy 3. Casual Sex a. One night stands i. Some ch
Human Sexuality Chapter 6
Intersexuality o External sex organs are neither clearly a penis and scrotum, nor a clitoris, and labia Sex o Referring to biological distinctions between males and females o Consists of two highly related components genetic sex
Chapter 7- The Sexual Self and Sexual Identity: Some people act on their sexual feelings and hook up with random guys where as others do not act on their feelings and hide them. Along with this idea, some people have motivations behind their behaviors whe
Human Sexuality Notes Chapter 3
Same-Gender Orientation o Intimate relationships often blurred with same-gender sexual relationships o Same gender romantic friendships were universally considered to lack any genital component in times prior to the 20th c
Human Sexuality Notes Chapter 2
Basic Principles of Ancient Judaism Overarching Premise o Principle: Preserving the integrity of aspects of the universe (especially separating the holy from the physical world) o Implication of Principle: Keep different ki
FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS Definition: sex in a non romantic friendship. An existing friendship that has added sex that is viewed as appropriate and safe.
Frequencyat least 50% maybe more
2. Gender differencesabout equal, males 3. Males and females differ i
FSHD 447a SOCIOCULTURAL CONTEXT OF DEVELOPMENT
Review Questions for Reading 1: Ecological Models of Human Development
1. What areecological modelsof humandevelopment?
2. After readingsection2 on TheGeneralEcological Model,