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  • Chapter Thirteen: Understanding Sexuality This chapter explores human sexuality as it relates to the dynamic interplay of the biological and psychosocial bases that form your masculinity or femininity.
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    • 1. Chapter Thirteen Understanding Sexuality
    • 2. Biological Basis of Human Sexuality
      • Genetic basis: at conception (xx=female, xy=male)
      • Gonadal basis: at 7 th week, males develop testes; 12 th week, females develop ovaries
      • Structural development: male/female structures determined by presence or absence of male hormones
    • 3. Biological Basis of Human Sexuality (cont’d)
      • Childhood years: latent stage for development
      • Puberty: gradual maturation process for young girls and boys; menarche in females; males develop 2 years later (nocturnal emission)
    • 4. Psychosocial Basis of Human Sexuality
      • Gender identity: at 18 th month
      • Gender preference: pre-school stage of developing “insight” of how we act
      • Gender adoption: learning adult behaviors
      • Gender identification : forming an identity
      Androgyny is the blending of masculine/feminine qualities
    • 5. Our Sexuality Development
    • 6. Gender Identity Issues
      • Transsexualism – sexual variation in which a person rejects his or her biological sexuality
      • Transvestitism – atypical behavior in which a person derives sexual pleasure dressing in the opposite gender’s clothes
    • 7. Male Reproductive System
    • 8. Female Reproductive System
    • 9. Menstrual Cycle Figure 13-4
    • 10. Identify 3 Phases of the Menstrual Cycle
      • Menstrual (lasts one week)
      • Proliferative phase (lasts 1 week)
      • Secretory phase (lasts 2 weeks)
    • 11. Menstrual Concerns
      • PMS
      • Fibrocystic breast condition
      • Menopause
    • 12. Human Sexual Response Pattern
      • 4 stages
        • Excitement
        • Plateau
        • Orgasmic
        • Resolution
      (Masters & Johnson)
    • 13. Human Sexual Response Pattern
    • 14. Human Sexual Response Pattern
    • 15. Differences Between Men and Women in the Sexual Response Pattern
      • Men are not multi orgasmic
      • Men reach orgasm quicker during coitus
      • Women are multi orgasmic
      • Women reach orgasm as quickly as men during masturbation
    • 16. Patterns of Sexual Behavior
      • Celibacy (avoidance of sexual intimacy)
      • Masturbation (self-stimulation of one’s genitals)
      • Erotic dreams/fantasy (used to increase sexual excitement)
      • Shared touching (erogenous zones)
      • Genital contact (foreplay)
      • Oral-genital stimulation (fellatio/cunnilingus)
      • Coitus (intercourse)
      • Anal sex (sodomy)
    • 17. Aging and Sexuality
      • Sexual activity declines with age, but a significant population of older adults remain active
      • Changes in women
        • Decreased vaginal lubrication, decrease in orgasmic contractions
      • Changes in men
        • Erection process is prolonged, decreased orgasmic contractions, ejaculations decrease
    • 18. Sexual Orientation
      • Homosexuality: sexual attraction to same gender
      • Heterosexuality: sexual attraction to opposite gender
      • Bisexuality: sexual attraction to both genders
    • 19. Lifestyles and Relationships
      • Love
      • Intimacy
      • Singlehood
      • Cohabitation
      • Gay and Lesbian Partnerships
      • Marriage
      • Divorce
      • Single Parenthood
    • 20. Recognizing Unhealthy Relationships
      • Abusive behavior (emotional/physical)
      • Excessive jealousy
      • Controlling behavior
      • Dishonesty
      • Lack of patience
      • Drug abuse
    • 21. Chapter Thirteen Understanding Sexuality

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