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  1. 1. Communicating SexuallyThe Closest Physical Encounter
  2. 2. What influences our AttitudesToward Sex? Culture The Mass Media  TV (16 and Pregnant, Bachelor)  Music (Lady Gaga & Kesha vs. Marvin Gaye & Al Green)  Print (Playboy vs. Cosmo) Parents Peers Past Relationships
  3. 3. Three General Orientationstoward Sex Procreational: sex is for making babies Recreational: sex is for fun Relational: sex is an expression of intimacyWhat orientation is most accepted in the US?
  4. 4. Changing Attitudes about Sex How have attitudes toward sex changed over the years? Why do you think this is? Is this good or bad?
  5. 5. Safe Sex vs. Abstinence?
  6. 6. THE TALK!
  7. 7.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bL33hoaGM
  8. 8. The Talk When is the best time?  Are there consequences for starting the talks too young? What should be said? Why is there a debate on what schools should teach our children about sex?
  9. 9. Sexual Invitations and Coercion Why do men typically initiate sex in early relationships? What is date rape? The rape paradox~  If you come out  Victimized  If you stay quiet  Silenced  Both cases, Power is removed… What do you think are some of the causes of date rape?
  10. 10. What is sexual harassment?SEXUAL HARASSMENT
  11. 11. Sexual Harassment One out of every two working women is sexually harassed at some time. Women sometimes see behavior as more sexually harassing than men do. Various verbal and nonverbal behaviors can be interpreted as harassing, including:  comments about a person’s body, dating relationships, or sexual activity  touch, especially to vulnerable or intimate body parts
  12. 12. Responses to Sexual Harassment Passive: indirect strategies, such as ignoring the harassment or appeasing the harasser Assertive: directly telling the harasser to stop the behavior; issuing warnings or threats Retalitory: punishing or getting revenge on the harasser
  13. 13.  Based on what you learned in this chapter, what strategies would you use to protect yourself from sexual coercion or harassment? Why do you think people misinterpret supposed sexual cues so often?

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