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Lecture 10 2007 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Female Sexuality
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  • 6. The Clitoris
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  • 8. Two mini-movies
    • http://websrvr40nj.audiovideoweb.com/avwebdsnjwebsrvr4501/portal/media/media-050516-pregnancy.html
    • http://www.videosift.com/video/Myths-about-Female-Orgasm
  • 9. The penis and the vagina
  • 10. The Vagina during Sexual Response
  • 11. Viagra and its predecesors
    • Not much affect on women
    • Designed to dilate blood vessels of the penis
    • Work ~ 60 minutes after swallowing
    • ONLY work in presence of sexual stimulation
    • May cause prolonged erection (4-6 hours)
    • Interact (BADLY) with some heart medication
  • 12. Impaired Sexuality with Drugs
    • Anticholinergic- GI diseases that decrease muscle spasms (all smooth muscle)
    • Antiadrenergic- for hypertension (men) problems with ejaculation and muscle contraction
    • Oral contraceptives (but increased in other women)
    • Effect increases with age
  • 13. The Quandry of Sex Education
    • Many believe that formal courses will give a sense of “permissiveness”
    • Instructors are no t trained
    • Focus on reproductive anatomy but no sense of decision, choice or responsibility (this is where YOUR GENERATION NEEDS A LOUD VOICE FOR YOUR FUTURE CHILDREN)
    • Less focus on preventing STD, pregnancy and psychological effects (especially in women!)
  • 14. Abstinence
    • More than half of teenagers are virgins until they are at least 17 years of age.
    • • By the time they reach the age of 20, 20 percent of boys and 24 percent of girls have not had sexual intercourse.
    • • The largest study of adult sexual behavior found that 6.9 percent of men and 21 percent of women aged 18 to 59 had their first intercourse on their wedding night.
    • E. Laumann et al, The Social Organization of Sexuality--Sexual Practices in the United States (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1994).