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KEY TERMS AND CONCEPTS Sexuality Public Private Marriage Gay Marriage Group Marriage Premarital Sex Monogamy Polygamy Homosexuality Adultery Masturbation Pornography Prostitution Perversion Bestiality Unnatural Nature Natural law Rights Freedom ESSAY QUESTIONS 1. Examine the arguments for and against sexual freedom. State your view and carefully justify it making reference to the distinction between private and public. 2. Is gay marriage morally acceptable? Why or why not? What moral principles underlie your view? 3. âPornography is an acceptable practice because it brings a lot of pleasure to a lot of people.â What kind of argument is this? What are its strengths and weaknesses? 4. âProstitution exploits women and children, supports the drug trade, spreads sexual disease and breaks up familiesâ- Discuss. 5. Examine the role and function of the concept of ânatureâ in the morality of sexuality. TRUE/FALSE 1. The two major aspects of sexuality are public and private. 2. The main argument for sexual freedom is that it feels good. 3. Those opposed to premarital sex say that it encourages promiscuity and the spread of sexual diseases. 4. The main argument against adultery is that it is a violation of traditional family values. 5. Condoning homosexuality is also condoning child abuse. 6. The ancient Hebrews depicted in the Bible practiced polygamy. 7. If you masturbate you will go to Hell. 8. The main argument for the acceptance of pornography is individual sexual freedom and the fact that no proof exists that it degrades people. 9. The main argument for prostitution is that sex can be enjoyed solely for pleasure. 10. It is far more immoral to kill an animal without its consent and eat it than have sex with it without its consent and let it live. 89 Copyright Â© 2009 Pearson Education, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458. All rights reserved.