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... These children are different in a number of ways -
Theorizing Sexual Harassment: Comment on Uggen and Blackstone
... therefore of modest significance. And of course young adults would be more
likely to report more sexual harassment, since they have lived longer and thus
had more time for that behavior to be directed toward them. The greater the
number of “person-years,” the greater the likelihood of people experie ...
Jeanne Hernandez, Frank Smith 1990
... AIDS education is still a critical need on the college
campus for the minority of college students who are
putting themselves at risk by their sexual behavior
and for those who may in the future. Some students
did not appear to learn from a past experience, as
unplanned or at least unscheduled sex i ...
Sexually harmful behaviour in young children and the link
... Hawkes (unpublished) examined the research subjects’ family histories and found that
around three-quarters of the boys had been either maltreated or neglected; in a quarter of all
cases, adult drug use had also played a part. This meant that the children had grown up in an
environment where their ph ...
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... hypersexual disorder. In the vernacular, hypersexual disorder is sometimes referred
to as sexual addiction, and a component of this training module discusses sexual
addiction in depth. As hypersexual disorder is a sexual deviation, it is also briefly
explained in this chapter.
The proposed criteria ...
Sexual selection in prehistoric animals: detection
... from those that have arisen through other types of selection (i.e., viability and survival) is an important aim for two
reasons: first, it will give insight into the evolution, reproductive biology, and behaviour of these extinct animals and
second, it will allow us to test hypotheses concerning the ...
Sexual suggestiveness is visual, verbal, or written material or behavior construed as having a sexual undertone or which is interpreted as intending to provoke sexual arousal or a sexual response. Sexually suggestive behavior or clothing may be regarded as risqué, or immodest or indecent. In entertainment, sexually suggestive humour may be referred to as bawdy or ribaldry.People may differ widely on what they consider to be sexually suggestive, and what is or is not acceptable depends largely on a community's social mores. Women in swimsuit advertisements, sexually-themed music or music with a strong beat meant for dancing, sexting, erotic lingerie or ""wolf whistling"" can all be thought to be sexually suggestive. Sexual suggestiveness can also involve nudity, or the exposure of the nipples, genitals, buttocks or other areas of the body considered to be taboo. Human feet can also be considered sexually suggestive, if it is part of a foot fetish. A brand name or phrase can be considered to be sexually suggestive if it has strong sexual connotations. In some societies, sexually suggestive scenes on television can be restricted so that they are aired only at a time when it is presumed that children will not be watching.