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  • Misogyny Towards Bercilak's Wife
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    Women Contribute to Their Own Misogyny Although society has advanced dramatically technologically, I feel that we still have a long way to go when it comes to how we view one another. It amazes me that in a society such as ours, that bases its existence on the equality of all people, that misogyny (as it occurred in medieval times) still takes place. A timeless example of misogyny is the objectifying of women, which suggests that a woman's sexual beauty is her only worth. In dealing with this mi...
  • S M Play
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    SADOMASOCHISM: A Form Of Deviance Sadomasochism is a sexually deviant behavior that is practiced by many people within today's society. It is the combination of two paraphilias, sadism and masochism, which are usually always linked together. An occasional mild or light form of sadomasochism (or S& M for short), is considerably common among the general population. Many people often enjoy being mildly dominant or submissive during lovemaking. They believe that it makes the experience more enjoyabl...
  • Use Of Pornography
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    Sexual Values Throughout history, society greatly esteemed morals. What used to hold a place of respect by many now appears ludicrous and pointless. Sexual values, for example, manifests this recently acquired, negative viewpoint. But attaining these goals not only constitutes a positive achievement for society, but also exemplifies what God asks of us. In 1 Corinthians 4: 8, it says to "flee from sexual immorality" because in our bodies dwells the living God. Our societies' lackadaisical attitu...
  • Higher Condom Use With Partners
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    Why people do not use condoms Many men and women prefer unprotected intercourse or using another contraceptive method rather than using a condom. Among currently married women of reproductive age, only 5 percent use condoms for contraception worldwide, and only 3 percent in less developed regions of the world, according to United Nations estimates of contraceptive use. In this chapter we a re going to analyze or try to explain why some people don't use condoms. In order to do this, we used some ...
  • Sex And Human Sexuality
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    Murray Davis's mut, Erotic Reality / Obscene Ideology In the book Smut, Erotic Reality / Obscene Ideology, by Murray Davis (1983), the author expresses the idea that the best source for studying human sexuality objectively is 'soft core', rather than "hard core" pornography. (Davis p. xix). The purpose of this paper is to critique Davis's claim and to study what understanding of human sexuality someone might have if they used some other resource that is available today, in this case the Internet...
  • Sex B Oral Contraception 1
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    Outline I. Introduction II. Process of Conception A. Ovulation B. Fertilization C. Gestation D. Birth. Methods of Contraception A. Abstinence B. Oral Contraception C. Intrauterine Device D. Condom E. Diaphragm F. Vaginal Contraception Sponge G. Cervical Cap H. Rythem Method I. Norplant J. Sterilization 1. Vasectomy 2. Tubal Ligation K. De pro Provera L. Morning After Pill (B-I, K-L) 1. What is it 2. What it does 3. Effectiveness 4. Advantages and Disadvantages 5. Who can use it 6. How it is used...
  • Sexual Problems
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    Intro to Human Sexuality Homosexuality is an erotic attraction, sexual behavior, emotional attachment, and a definition of the self. Over 7 1/2 million people in the United States are homosexual. These people are those who are interested in the same sex as lovers. They are often thought of gays for men and lesbians for the females. A persons sexual orientation is what sex one is attracted to, the types are: bisexuality (both sexes), homosexuality (same sex), and heterosexuality (opposite sex). M...
  • Use Of Hormone Treatments On Sexual Predators
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    Biological Psychology: Essay #2 "What are some arguments for and against the use of hormone treatments on sexual predators" California became the first state in 1997 to mandate chemical castration for several classes of convicted sexual predators. Proponents for the use of hormone treatments on sexual predators give several very good arguments. First the injections of Depo-Provera are a temporary and reversible suppression of sex drive in certain kinds of sexual predators. Therefore no harm is d...
  • Nick As Her Power Against George
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    In both, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf and A Streetcar name Desire, the roles of sex and power are of paramount importance and are a constant feature throughout the play. The emergence of certain characters from these two plays are emphasised by the way they portray sex and power. These two concepts are of great importance individually to the plays, but they are also linked, and work in unison to create the situations and relationships which the authors intend to explore. Whilst there are simil...
  • Effects Of Sexual Intercourse On Their Relationship
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    During the 17th century, certain poets wrote poems with the specific purpose of persuading a woman to have sexual intercourse with them. Three of these seduction poems utilize several strategies to do this: Andrew Marvell's "To His Coy Mistress", and Donne's "A Valediction: Forbidden Mourning" and "The Flea". Some of the reasoning used by both poets is similar to the reasoning used today by men to convince women to have sexual intercourse with them. These gimmicks vary from poem to poem but coin...
  • Use Of Sexual Stimuli In Advertisements
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    Introduction Sex is a word that catches everyone's attention. Whenever a person hears the word "sex" he looks in that direction. Sex, by definition, is the "sexual urge or instinct as it manifests itself in behavior" (web). Is it possible that this exact urge manifests in behavior to buy certain products that arouse that urge? For example, if a woman sees a beautiful model wearing sexy lingerie in a TV commercial, does she subconsciously want to purchase the product in an attempt to be like her?...
  • Sex Theme Of The Rocking Horse Winner
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    Lawrence, Freud, and Sex "The Rocking-Horse Winner", written by a great mind, D.H. Lawrence, carries a hidden theme influenced by Sigmund Freud. The theme relates to the sexual philosophy of Freud, and is supported by short story critics Kaplan and Snodgrass. D.H. Lawrence emphasized the sexual theme in this writing. He discovered that other writers had not written much about sex and so he decided to do so. This is shown clearly in "The Rocking-Horse Winner". According to Freud, sex is pleasurab...
  • Sexual Organ
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    Virginia Woolf's "Kew Garden " is, I think, very erotic. Virginia Woolf intentionally used nouns, verbs, small descriptions that are very typical Freudian symbols. Starting from a romantic atmosphere, the story is even erotic to a certain extent where the key for the episodes is hidden in the the separated part. To express my imagination, I shall enlist some of them: In the begining, "From the oval-shaped flower-bed there rose perhaps... ". Because of the oval-shaped word I think of an egg which...
  • Teenage Sexuality And Birth Control
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    Teenage sexuality and birth control are topics of conversation that many adults find themselves unwilling to discuss. However, ignoring these issues will not make them disappear. The fact of the matter remains that teens are having sex and need to be properly educated to prevent unwanted pregnancies and the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Because of the large number of unplanned teen pregnancies, the distribution of birth control amongst teens is a much-needed practice. However, many ad...
  • Pornography Due To The Many Positive Benefits
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    A Women's View on The Positive Benefits Of Pornography. While there are many women who oppose pornography because they think it degrades and demeans women, I believe that there are many women who approve of pornography due to the many positive benefits it has for them such as providing sexual curiosity opportunities and improving couples sexual relationships. In this paper I am going to discuss how women benefit from pornography through satisfying their sexual curiosity and how pornography can h...

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