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Transcript
Human Sexuality
Sex is many things and some what of a
riddle as it isn’t for just one purpose
Sex is communication and closeness
A characteristic of a healthy family
It is psychological as well as physiological
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Human Sexuality
• Under conscious control, rather than
instinctual, biological control.
• Affected by learning and social factors and
thus more variable within the species.
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Human Sexuality
Sex knowledge Inventory Test
Page 226
3
Human Sexuality
• Largely directed by an individual’s beliefs,
values, and attitudes.
• Less directly attached to reproduction.
• Able to serve other purposes in addition to
reproduction, such as pair bonding and
communication.
4
Female fact
Human females are the only females
capable of intense orgasmic response and
multi-orgasmic capability
Females have a greater diversity of
sensation than men

Vagina fact from monologues
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Changing Sexual Mores
Double Standard no longer as strict.
Sexual Revolution made rules apply less.
Freer sexual expression for men and
women, heterosexual and homosexual.
6
Modifying Sexual Behavior
AIDS epidemic in 1980s

People are now more careful
Boredom with recreational sex

People want more emotional involvement
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Modifying Sexual Behavior
Dating becomes focused on sex

Many women suggest that affection,
tenderness, and cuddling are more important to
their happiness than sex
Lack of intimacy and commitment
8
Modifying Sexual Behavior
In the past, sexual intimacy was usually
accompanied by commitment to a broader
relationship.
As sex has become more an end in itself
commitment, caring, and the broader aspects of
a meaningful intimate have been lost
 People seem to be searching for these lost
elements

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Male and Female sexuality
Males are generally aroused more easily
and directly
Pictures of nude women
 Pornography

Women react more positively to erotica

Material that has emotional and romantic
overtones of sensuality and caring
10
Differences between Men & Women
11
5 Leading Sexual Fantasies:
Heterosexual Men
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Replacement of established partner
Forced sexual encounter
Observation of sexual activity
Homosexual encounters
Group-sex experiences
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5 Leading Sexual Fantasies:
Heterosexual Women
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Replacement of established partner
Forced sexual encounter
Observation of sexual activity
Idyllic encounters with unknown men
Lesbian encounters
13
Male and female sexuality
Women have to learn how to reach orgasm
Men do not
Some women never achieve orgasm
Some have multiples
Neither of these is true for males
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Sexual Response Cycle
Excitement Phase

Few minutes to several hours
Plateau Phase

A few seconds to about 3 minutes
Orgasm

3-10 seconds
Resolution

Body returns to its pre-stimulated condition
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Physiological terms
• Clitoris: A small organ situated at the
upper end of the female genitals that
becomes erect with sexual arousal;
homologous with the penis.
• Orgasm: The climax of excitement in
sexual activity.
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Lets go through the highlights
Page 236-237
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Frequency of Orgasm (%)
Always Usually Sometimes
Rarely
Never
Men
75
20
3
1
1
Women
29
42
21
4
4
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Marital sex
Married couples must work to maintain a
fulfilling sex life
Babysitting money
 Having a comfortable, romantic and private
place to go

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Sex and Aging
• Menopause (climacteric): Cessation of
ovulation, menstruation, and fertility in the
woman, usually occurs between 46-51.
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Sex and Aging
• Estrogen Replacement Therapy (ERT):
The process of supplying estrogen to
menopausal woman.
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Sex and Aging
• Osteoporosis: Deterioration of bone
strength, possible symptom of menopause.
22
Sex and Drugs
Aphrodisiac: A chemical or other
substance used to induce erotic arousal or to
relieve impotence or infertility.
Viagra
 Alcohol

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Sex and Drugs
Anaphrodisiac: A drug or medicine that
reduces sexual desire.
Certain antipsychotics
 Antidepressents

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Sexually Transmitted Diseases
(STDs)
Individuals under age 25 account for a
majority of cases.
Approximately 4 million teens get an STD
every year.
Experts estimate that as many as one in
three sexually active young people will
have an STD by age 24.
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Factors in the Resurgence of
STDs
The Pill
2. Antibiotics
3. The increased sexual activity among the
young, especially the increased number of
sexual partners.
1.
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Sexually transmitted Diseases
Appendix A page 545
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Female Genital mutilation
Page 235
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Prevalence of Female Genital
Mutilation
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Quick Quiz
30
1. A drug or medicine that reduces sexual desire
a) Aphrodisiac
b) Anaphrodisiac
c) Estrogen Replacement Therapy (ERT)
d) Viagra
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Answer: b
• A drug or medicine that reduces sexual
desire is an anaphrodisiac.
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2. According to the text, this is a symptom of
menopause
a) Cessation of ovulation
b) Cessation of menstruation
c) Osteoporosis
d) All of the above
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Answer: d
• Symptoms of menopause include cessation
of ovulation, cessation of menstruation,
and osteoporosis.
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3. According to the text, individuals under the
age of 25 account for the majority of cases of
a) Sexually Transmitted Diseases
b) Infertility
c) Unexpected Pregnancy
d) Inhibited Sexual Desire
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Answer: a
• According to the text, individuals under the
age of 25 account for the majority of cases
of sexually transmitted diseases.
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