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      • Socioeconomic Status
      • Education Level
      • Cultural Differences
      • Religious Differences
      • Psychological Factors – Emotions, Attitudes, & Motivations
      • Social Conditioning – Social Group Expectations & Norms
      • “ Normal” is relative.
      • The only valid sex is for procreation.
      • Therefore, sex must be penile-vaginal, male-female, & must produce orgasm.
      • Do you think this is related to foreplay? Performance anxiety? Sexual expectations? Our failure to recognize same-sex acts or other sex acts like anal or masturbation as legitimate?
      • Think back on your “first time” with another person.
      • What expectations did you have about the way that would happen?
      • Did the experience meet those expectations?
      • Men & women are very different!
      • Men must always initiate sex.
      • Women must always set the limits on sex.
      • Do you think this is related to women’s likelihood to put off their own needs? Men’s need to flaunt sexual conquests?
      • What do you think about women who enjoy sex & seek out opportunities to have it?
      • What about men who are more passive & don’t jump at the chance to have sex when it’s presented?
      • Does society agree with you?
      • Islamic Middle East:
      • Frown on sex before marriage.
      • Enjoy sex within marriage!
      • Men should take their time & make sure their women have pleasure.
      • Polygamy is okay if men treat all wives equally well.
      • China:
      • Taoism encouraged sexual pleasure.
      • Men should delay orgasm & provide multiple orgasms for women.
      • New, strict regime declared sex more than once a week in a marriage as excessive.
      • Led to low STDs, low female interest, & no sex ed until recently.
      • Roman Empire morals cause Christians to view eroticism as sinful.
      • Aquinas says sex organs exist for procreation & anything else is unnatural.
      • “ Virgin Mary” & “Temptress Eve” heighten antagonism toward women.
      • “ Madonna & Whore” push Victorian female delicacy & restraint for both sexes. Sex for profit flourishes.
      • Freud & Havelock Ellis declare sexuality innate. WWI puts women in workforce . Cars & movies help hook-ups. Great Depression makes family planning popular.
      • Post-WWII sought to “re-feminize” women as housewives. Kinsey studied sex & Playboy flaunted it as recreation.
      • 60s & 70s brought greater gender equality, the Pill, & abortion. Masters & Johnson make the female orgasm & sex therapy legit. Homosexuality is no longer an APA “mental disorder.”
      • 80s brought AIDS but 90s TV made GLBTQ culture mainstream. “Lesbian chic” gets hot in advertising.
      • Think about some television shows that involve characters who are gay or lesbian.
      • Do you think that these characters are portrayed as people or as caricatures?
      • Do you think these portrayals assists the GLBTQ cause, hinder the cause, or do a little of both?
      • Television – Music videos, cable true life stories, legal coverage, & educational programs.
      • Advertising – Sex & youth sell.
      • Magazines – Gender roles & exploitation or self-help.
      • Internet – Easily accessible porn, exploitation of children, extramarital affairs, but also access to wealth of educational resources.
      • Same-Sex Marriage
      • Health Care & Contraception
      • Fertility Technology & Conception
      • Abortion
      • Parental Consent for Contraception
      • HIV & Public Record
      • Legality of Prostitution
      • Rent “ Heavy Petting: A film by Obie Benz ” to hear celebrities & comedians discuss sex ed experiences. Contains sex ed video clips from the past.
      • Check out Sex…with Mom & Dad on MTV. Dr. Drew, an MD, internist, addiction specialist, & professor of Psychiatry, helps families & teens discuss sexuality. Full episodes online.
      • British Muslim Women [photograph]. Retrieved October 12, 2009, from: http://goatmilk.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/british_muslim_women.jpg
      • Chinese businessman [photograph]. Retrieved October 12, 2009, from: http://avicappartners.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/images/Chinese_Businessman.100140832_std.JPG
      • Crooks, R. & Baur, K. (1999). Our sexuality . (7 th ed.). Cengage.
      • Diversity Wheel [electronic image]. Retrieved October 11, 2009, from: http://www.ebogjonson.com/files/images/diversity_wheel.gif
      • Female Orgasm 1 [photograph]. Retrieved October 12, 2009, from: http://www.deeppencil.com/images/female-orgasm1.jpg
      • Freud [photograph]. Retrieved October 12, 2009, from: http://trustedadvisor.com/public/image/freud.jpg
      • Lisa Oakley comforts Nelly, one of her Community AIDS Response co-workers, after Nelly received an HIV test [photograph]. Retrieved October 12, 2009, from: http://blog.willamette.edu/stories/images/2006/171/full/02_Lisa_Oakley_comforts_Nelly,_one_of_her_Community_AIDS_Response_co-workers,_after_Nelly_received_an_HIV_test%5Bperiod%5D.jpg
      • Men vs Women [digital image]. Retrieved October 11, 2009, from: http://www.sitv.com/files/imagecache/LARGE/images/men_vs_women.jpg
      • Personalispolitical [digital image]. Retrieved October 12, 2009, from: http://www.wordle.net/show/wrdl/1217275/personalispolitical
      • [Photograph of Roman erotica]. Retrieved October 11, 2009, from: http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2009/5/14/1242297061256/ancient-erotica-Woman-and-008.jpg
      • [Photograph of Playboy bunny]. Retrieved October 12, 2009, from: http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2005/11/03/fashion/thursdaystyles/playboy.2.184.jpg
      • Rosie the Riveter [digital image]. Retrieved October 12, 2009, from: http://utahvalleybusinessq.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/rosie2.jpg
      • Sex Ed [digital image]. Retrieved October 11, 2009, from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/31284576@N06/3009084332/
      • Sex Shop [photograph]. Retrieved October 11, 2009, from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/moaksey/126547765/
      • Social Media Clutter [digital image]. Retrieved October 11, 2009, from: http://ecologyofeducation.net/wsite/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/social_media_clutter.png
      • [Untitled advertisement of females pressed together]. Retrieved October 12, 2009, from: http://www.trendhunter.com/images/phpthumbnails/47184_3_468.jpeg
      • [Untitled photograph of hugging family]. Retrieved October 11, 2009, from: http://www.mwmagazine.com.au/wp-content/uploads/Andrew%20Lansdown_photo%205.jpg
      • van der Werff, A. Adam and Eve. [Oil on panel]. Retrieved October 11, 2009, from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/telemax/3304568178/
      • [Victorian Brothel Illustration]. Retrieved October 11, 2009, from: http://www.hollywood-blog.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/brothel.gif