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    When I think about what the regulation of sexuality means, I think back to when I was still living under my parent’s roof. My parents are both fairly conservative Christians, so growing up, there were rigid rules about what sexuality meant. Sexuality in my family meant a heterosexual relationship in a monogamous marriage between two people of similar age and status. Anything that did not fit into the confines of this vision of sexuality was strange to me up until I started to form opinions on my…

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    Our sexuality is a part of who we are, just as our religion, culture, beliefs, traditions, and ethnicity all add up to make us who we are so does our sexuality. Without our sexuality we would be missing a part of us. So if our sexuality is an important aspect of what makes us who we are why do our culture and or religion taboo this part of us? When our Founding Father of psychology, Sigmund Freud introduced his psychosexual developmental stages and talked about our sexual drives he was rejected…

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    how to facilitate a discussion about sexuality with the patient in order to elicit pertinent information to understand the dysfunction. It is important to recognize that “patients may cue the nurse into the presence of sexual concerns without explicitly verbalizing them (Halter, 2014, p. 385). Therefore, the nurse must be very…

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    among historians regarding whether or not this process ultimately had a positive or negative impact on the people of England, a re-conceptualization of sex and sexuality is nonetheless thought to have occurred during this time period (Hitchcock 1997; Trumbach 1987, 1977). The following paper will discuss and analyze how sex and sexuality were re-conceptualized, or socially constructed as deviant and “unnatural” during the eighteenth century in London, England. This will be illustrated using…

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    Human Sexuality The idea of discussing sexuality, especially in today’s world can be uneasy. Sexuality is an awkward topic but it is life and more often than not people do not have a true education of what it truly is. Human sexuality is the expression of sexual sensation and related intimacy between human beings. Psychologically, however it is the means to express the sincerity of love between a man and a woman. Biologically, it is the means through which a child is created so that the…

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    Sexuality is often considered independent and in disagreement with certain religious views and morality. Conversely, there is substantiation for individual transcendence through a spiritual portal of sexuality. The mainstream opinion associates sexuality with the exploits connected with genital manipulation. However, various theologies have proposed that sexuality remains a vital and holistic aspect of being human, and it is the basis of our function for intimate relationships, for emotional and…

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    person disregarding their right to say no. Ignoring one’s right to consent directly violates and disrespects sexuality and self. In a society where people do not understand or consider the irreparable damage caused by snatching away consent, teaching respect and mutual desire must occur. Through his poetry, Walt Whitman conveys a strong belief in a woman’s sexuality. By respecting feminine sexuality and endorsing passionate sex, Whitman firmly believes in the necessity of consent. In order to…

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    poem “What Lips My Lips Have Kissed and Where and Why,” written in 1925. Both poems were written to further the ability of women to have their own sexuality; while sharing similar language, subjects, and viewpoints. However, they are different in form, structure, and event time lines. Millay and Duhamel stretch the boundaries of women’s sexuality in poetry through each of their poems. Millay who wrote her…

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    Is The Internet Dominating Our Sexuality? We live in a society and generation that strives for perfection. We need to have the perfect car, house, clothing and above all else the perfect body. Men and women both face scrutiny for not having the “ideal body”. For women they must have big breasts, and a bottom, but with a thin hourglass figure whereas men must be built and muscular with abs chiseled to perfection. However all of these ideals come at a cost, and some individuals will do whatever…

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    Human Sexuality in the film ‘Her. ' ‘Her’ is a science fiction futuristic love story directed by Spike Jonze that features a depressed soon to be divorced man known as Theodore Twombly. Due to his boredom and loneliness, he decides to buy an operating system a form of artificial intelligence for companionship. The operating system names herself Samantha (Scarlet Johansen) and the two fall in love as the movie advances. Their innuendos develop into a relationship in which the two engage in a…

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