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Lecture 10 2007
Lecture 10 2007
Lecture 10 2007
Lecture 10 2007
Lecture 10 2007
Lecture 10 2007
Lecture 10 2007
Lecture 10 2007
Lecture 10 2007
Lecture 10 2007
Lecture 10 2007
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Lecture 10 2007

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  • 1. Female Sexuality QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  • 2. The Clitoris
  • 3. Two mini-movies • http://websrvr40nj.audiovideoweb.com/avwebdsnjwebsrvr4501/portal/media/media-050516-pregnancy.html • http://www.videosift.com/video/Myths-about-Female-Orgasm
  • 4. The penis and the vagina
  • 5. The Vagina during Sexual Response
  • 6. 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
  • 7. 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
  • 8. The Quandry of Sex Education • Many believe that formal courses will give a sense of “permissiveness” • Instructors are not 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!)
  • 9. 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).

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