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    seems to be erotic as well as constantly threating and violence. Humans have different degree of sexuality. They seem to react and aroused by certain kind of act in their bodies. Even though sexual preference can change occasionally, but sexual plasticity increase due to different sexual partners and getting to adapt to new partners. Sexual plasticity…

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    Romp In Fairyland

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    ‘Romp’ may be too colloquial and odd a word to use in a title of work which aims to engage critically with Scottish fairy tale literature in relation to desire, however it sums up quite nicely what this dissertation is, it is a brief ‘romp’ through Scotland’s Fairyland. ‘Romp’, according to OEDO, is defined as ‘play roughly and energetically’ and ‘[e]ngage in sexual activity, especially illicitly’. This piece seeks to energetically engage with sexual activity, and by that I mean sexual culture,…

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    This theme could also be linked to the theme of disease if one were to give Dracula a sexual context whenever he fed on a woman and infected them with vampirism. Another way that sexuality is explored in the novel is that after Lucy is turned by Dracula she is no longer seen as the sweet, innocent, and beautiful girl that she once was. She is now seen in a much more sexually desirable light, it is mentioned that she has become more…

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    Sexualization In Pop Music

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    Julianne Marshall Research Outline Research Question: Music plays a big role in today's society. There are many different forms of music and it is often categorized into genres. The most generic and arguably the most popular would be pop music (hence the name). Pop music has evolved over the decades but there seems to be a growth in the sexual content in this type of music. As pop music is incredibly popular, what are the affects of this sexualization on teenagers and young adults? If the main…

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    Erotic Art Censorship

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    Censorship of Erotic Art Media The most debatable issue currently is erotic art media. Figure drawing and sculptures signify sexuality, it speaks more to the magnificence of it rather than conjuring dirty, arousing emotions. It would be a miscalculation to judge it as an offence to intellectual dignity. Conservative officials tend not to favor explicit media. They feel that limitations should be placed on artist’s ability to express. Censorship is necessary in American society, however,…

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    The Webster definition of self-identification is “the act of identifying yourself as a particular kind of person”. For some people discovering themselves, moreover labeling themselves in alleged self identification, is a fear they cannot face. This fear often cripples them to the point where it affects the relationships they have with friends, family and loved ones. Along with the fear of self identification, some would rather live a life in denial, than to act in the lives of what they know is…

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    explores the concept of gender and sex through society’s perspective. Fausto-Sterling initiates the selection by introducing readers to the story of Maria Patiño. Patiño who is a Spanish Olympic hurdler who was forced to have a sex test to prove her sexuality. She tested positive for being a male and was eventually “barred from competing on Spain’s Olympic team” (Fausto-Sterling, 4). Readers eventually learned that the reason why Patiño tested positive for being a male was that she was born with…

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    Have you ever wondered how we, as humans, developed our sexual tendencies? Or perhaps you have wondered why and how it is that humans across the globe are generally attracted to certain traits in potential partners despite differences in culture. There are countless questions that people may have about sex, flirting, dating, love, and any other subcategory that falls under personal relationships – these same people may often find it difficult to ask the questions that they have been harboring.…

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    Hist/Wmns 313 1. I thought the reading by Walker-Bynum was very interesting. I have never thought of the idea that Christ could be seen as female. I learned a lot of reasons as to why people thought they saw the body of Christ as female. It surprised me that people thought it because most people always see Christ as a man just because men seem to have more power and a bigger part in history in general. The only question I have about this article is if anyone thinks that way today, because I had…

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    “Sex solely for pleasure, sexual promiscuity, prostitution, and homosexuality have all been the object not merely of stigma, but often of outright repression aimed at minimizing the threat they pose to normal sexuality,” says Parker (2009) in his work, Bodies, Pleasures, and Passions (Parker, 2009:96). Hegemonically, prostitution is seen as a monetary activity that seeks to exploit and transgress normative values. For this and other reasons, prostitution is considered to be one of the most…

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