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    Recently there have been many controversies over the years on whether religious groups should give service to same sex couples. There has been an incident where a private owned cake business refused to bake a cake for a same sex couple. Another incident that has occurred is a woman refusing to give a same sex couple a marriage certificate. Accepting same sex couples allows religious groups to follow Jesus’s teaching, to avoid discrimination, and to follow the law. In many religions such as Mormonism, Christianity, and Judaism homosexuality (or same sex couples) are prohibited. In Mormonism, Christianity, and Judaism, they follow Jesus’s teaching. Jesus’s teaching says that, “we are to love one another and treat others the way you want to be treated.” During Jesus time on earth, many people like to test him in order for Jesus to prove that he was really the son of God. In this one instance (John 8), the Pharisees brought a woman who committed adultery, who the Pharisees wanted to stone, in front of Jesus. They taunted him saying, “Teacher, this woman was caught in the act of…

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    Acts Of The Flesh Essay

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    orgies are concerned, I’ve had threesomes, and foursomes multiple times, so technically, it’s group sex, which is still a form of an orgie. However, the memory’s that propelled me out of my bed, was not the recollection of the group sex I participated in behind closed doors, but the of having went to semi-public “Swinger” meeting I went to these meetings because I was the only dominatrix running her business at the dungeon that these meetings were held, so I would stay over to see what…

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    Melanogaster Essay

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    Sexual interactions with same-sex are widespread among animals, but until now the puzzle remains. One of the animals that exhibit this behavior is the Drosophila Melanogaster or fruit flies, in which this paper will be focusing on. Fruit flies have the ability to reproduce rapidly, tendency for males to mate intensely with immature males (Dukas, 2010). Over the past few years, since fruit flies’ genome are simple, researchers made a constant effort in studying the same-sex behavior in Drosophila…

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    binary relationship among sex, gender and sexuality is that the gender of males is masculine and the gender of females is feminine. Furthermore, it also suggests that the sexualities of males and females are attracted to its opposite gender, which is heterosexual. In addition, biological essentialism normalizes and naturalizes that there are only two different categories of biological sex based on biological features of human beings, which are male having a male reproductive organ and female…

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    All these factors make relating to the other sex a significant feature of nearly everyone’s daily experience. That, in turn, reinforces the role of gender as a significant definer of self and other in all social relational contexts. The othering process is the human tendency to believe that the group (race, religion, ethnicity, culture, gender, country, sexual orientation, species etc.) that they are a part of is inherently the 'right ' way to be human. As a consequence, social relational…

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    Prairie Voles Essay

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    forming long-lasting bonds with a single mate. Because of this feature, it is important to understand how the sex of the social partner could affect a vole’s drinking behavior when two animals are housed together. Hostetler and colleagues (2012) focused on the effect of a partner’s sex on the relationship between social interaction and alcohol consumption in this species. One experiment focused on the effect of social housing on alcohol consumption in male-female pairs. To avoid potential…

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    wearing nothing but a purple silk sheet. This sheet is held up by her arms just above her breasts revealing just the top of them. In her hands she is holding a purple iris flower that compares to the models beauty. Her body is turned to the left showing the skin on her back so you can see the curve of her smooth back. Her face is light and pale with a small application of makeup. Her lips are pink with lipstick and she has bright blue eyes staring out at you. Her hair light brown and is flowing…

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    Male dominance has a big affect in the way they differ. Female chimps are much more solitary than the females of bonobos and are often harassed by chimp males. For chimps, sex is strictly for producing offspring and to ensure ones genes are passed along. Chimps are also guilty of infanticide. This enables the infant-less mothers to become mate worthy much sooner. In contrast, the society of bonobos is strengthened by powerful bonds between the females and as I mentioned earlier, female bonobos…

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    The effects of handling and sex differences in rats on anxiety was tested using an elevated plus maze. This experiment was conducted to determine the impact of handling and sex on the level of anxiety in 60 day old rats. 24 rats were separated into groups based on sex and whether or not they were handled. The effects of handling on anxiety was determined by placing the rats in an elevated plus maze for 5 minutes and observing how they explored. This study showed that handling had an impact on…

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    Sex and gender may seem to go hand in hand but overtime I learned they are completely different. Our sex is biology, it is the biological characteristic that gives us our reproductive organs, where we are categorized into groups, male and female. James M. Henslin author of Essentials of Sociology a Down-To-Earth Approach explains gender best, “Gender in contrast, is a social, not a biological characteristic. Gender consists of whatever behaviors and attitudes a group considers proper for its…

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